Strategic Missile Forces are ready to rearm 100%

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A spokesman for the Ministry of Defense on the Strategic Missile Forces, Colonel Yegorov, reports that by the end of the year the strategic rocket forces will conduct around 120 exercises of various formats, of which fifty tactical and special tactical ones. In addition, it is planned to put the Yars RK on several combat regiments on combat duty.

Strategic Missile Forces are ready to rearm 100%


Igor Yegorov quotes RIA News:

In the context of increasing the intensity of combat training in the 2014 year of the year, strategic rocket men will need to prepare and conduct more 40 headquarters and around 20 command and staff training, around 10 command and staff exercises, around 50 tactical and special tactical exercises.


The Yarsy will take up combat duty in the Kozelsky, Novosibirsk and Tagil formations as part of the rearmament of the Strategic Missile Forces with new equipment. According to the statements of the leadership of the Strategic Missile Forces, by 2020, the troops can re-equip by 100%. Initially, the plans were rearmament at 70%.

During the exercise, scheduled for the period from June to December 2014, the Ministry of Defense announces 12 launches of ICBMs.

Yars (PC-24) is a Russian solid-fuel ICBM with a split head. The rocket is a modernization of the Topol-M missile complex. The range of "Yars" - 11 thousand. Km. The first launch of the PC-24 took place on 29 on May 2007, and after 2, the rocket was put into service.
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    1. +22
      2 2014 June
      Strategic Rocket Forces is our only reliable ally.
      1. 0
        2 2014 June
        Well, queen.
        1. +18
          2 2014 June
          rearm on 100%.


          It's impossible. Monoblock poplar-M and 3 block Yars will not replace the Scalpel and Voivode.
          "Sarmat" will be tested only in 2018, they will be tested for a long time, like the Voevoda in due time, until they bring it to mind ... In short, it will be put into production only by the year 2025, the forecast is as follows.

          Good news is also needed in moderation. And then they promise in MO, but they will not be able to fulfill.
          1. +1
            2 2014 June
            Everything has its time! I think IN THE STAFF DO NOT FOOLS SIT!
            1. 0
              3 2014 June
              NO FOOLS do not sit, NOT FOOLS walk free. And at the expense of the headquarters, wait and see.
            2. 0
              3 2014 June
              -Americans landed on the moon !!! We will make a return move !!! Land in the sun !!
              - WE will burn nafig there !!!
              -Do you think fools are sitting in the Duma ??? Fly at night !!!
          2. pahom54
            +9
            2 2014 June
            for interface
            The whole problem is that the aforementioned Voivode created Dnepropetrovsk enterprises of the military-industrial complex under the USSR, and then repeatedly the terms of its combat duty were extended and extended ... Due to our relations with Ukraine, it is necessary to completely get rid of the dependence of our nuclear missile shield on the actual enemies of Russia . So love, brothers, love! And we’ll change the missiles purely to our own Russian ones, and remove obsolete products from combat duty, and wait for the Sarmat DB to be deployed ... But the Yarses will provide an opportunity to bring Sarmat to mind during this time.
          3. AVV
            +1
            2 2014 June
            Quote: Interface
            rearm on 100%.


            It's impossible. Monoblock poplar-M and 3 block Yars will not replace the Scalpel and Voivode.
            "Sarmat" will be tested only in 2018, they will be tested for a long time, like the Voevoda in due time, until they bring it to mind ... In short, it will be put into production only by the year 2025, the forecast is as follows.

            Good news is also needed in moderation. And then they promise in MO, but they will not be able to fulfill.

            Well, the Voivode will stand still by 2020 !!! And there you look and can reach the age of 25, Soviet equipment, reliable !!!
          4. +1
            2 2014 June
            I agree. P-36 and modifications must be changed to modern models. A little bit in time. And where to post the question too. Maybe it’s time in the area north-east of Novosibirsk?
            1. 0
              3 2014 June
              and north and east for a long time there
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          6. 0
            2 2014 June
            You are absolutely right, let’s hope that it’s the same and the Russian Defense Ministry will also understand, maybe some surprises for the West are being prepared, I hope so!
          7. 0
            3 2014 June
            I don't quite understand the meaning of the title of the article. What do you mean ".. ready to rearm .."? Is this a new level of alert now? Directly, at least the entire Strategic Missile Forces are at a low start, only the signal is not enough. With BAT, they demolished everything old, cleared it out for new equipment and now they are waiting, smoking, collectively experiencing, they even decided to write an article on the Internet so that the state would not forget about them. Or is it a battle meditation?
      2. +3
        2 2014 June
        Hmm ... A vital task ... !!! The answer must be Lethal ... !!! AND GUARANTEED !!!
        1. -1
          2 2014 June
          THIS IS VERY HAPPY. THE ONLY REMAINS IS THE QUESTION, DO WE NOT TAKE INTO THE NEXT ARMS RACE ?!
          1. Anton-sed
            +3
            2 2014 June
            Updating weapons, this is normal. We are not Czechs or Poles, they are fat, American asses are not hiding. All hope is only on oneself
          2. +1
            2 2014 June
            in general, the arms race is ongoing.
            the question is rather in the other - at what time it will get up to ordinary people.
          3. +5
            2 2014 June
            We are not getting involved, without a nuclear triad we would have been eaten probably before Yugoslavia. There are no options. We need to modernize nuclear weapons, we can’t cope with conventional weapons against the Tan and Geyropa. One must always be able to at least inflict unacceptable damage on the enemy in order to deter madmen from starting a war.
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          5. +1
            2 2014 June
            You can rephrase your fears differently: but shouldn't we stop developing and building up modern weapons ?! Those. Do not participate in the race and lose in it. But this only means a guaranteed blow to Russia from the United States. I think that hardly anyone doubts such abilities of these nonhumans.
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      4. +12
        2 2014 June
        It remains in response to the US withdrawal from missile defense to resume production of medium-range missiles. There is nothing to clatter with them. What is hi, such should be the answer !!!
      5. Andrenaline
        +1
        2 2014 June
        Well, now nobody can blame us for the unreasonable buildup of the Strategic Missile Forces good pen.dosy jumped wink
      6. +3
        2 2014 June
        Well, I honestly doubt the land missiles, it’s kind of dumb that they will be covered with the first blow.
      7. 0
        2 2014 June
        Quote: Athenogen
        Strategic Rocket Forces is our only reliable ally.


        And the other kind of unreliable?
      8. 0
        2 2014 June
        Hurry cudgel, as a weighty argument, for spiteful critics!
      9. 0
        3 2014 June
        Slowly rockets fly away, do not wait for meetings with them anymore ... smile
    2. +28
      2 2014 June
      Earlier in Russia in difficult times, they hugged a birch and cried bitterly, but now they hug “Topol” and smile very badly.
      1. +7
        2 2014 June
        Class !!! I propose to call the next rocket a birch!
        1. 0
          2 2014 June
          patriot75 - the next rocket will be called pine - and the slogan appears - fear the Russian pine - let's be hostile to the pine wassat
    3. +11
      2 2014 June
      Quote: Athenogen
      Strategic Rocket Forces is our only reliable ally.

      and a nightmare for our Western "partners" !!! glory to Russian weapons at all times!
      1. 0
        2 2014 June
        Quote: psychologist
        and a nightmare for our Western "partners" !!!



        Sorry, they are not just partners for us now. Now they are "lower" for us ... feel
    4. +9
      2 2014 June
      Let the author correct the range, otherwise 11 km, we do not need such a rocket.
    5. +5
      2 2014 June
      Still to annul the INF Treaty!
    6. +2
      2 2014 June
      Well, thank God. Faster. drinks The news is good.
    7. +5
      2 2014 June
      Put guys new complexes, master! You are the hope and support of the country, its security.
      And GOD give you only training firing!
    8. +4
      2 2014 June
      "The range of Yars is 11 thousand meters."
      Wash with the distance made a mistake.
    9. Escander_84
      +2
      2 2014 June
      Range "YARS" 11 thousand meters?!?! belay
      1. +3
        2 2014 June
        Such a missile (11000m range) is wrecking !!! laughing laughing
        1. +6
          2 2014 June
          morgan is the length of the rocket laughing
    10. Arh
      0
      2 2014 June
      This is good when the army is being modernized, some kind of childish delight))) smile
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    12. +3
      2 2014 June
      Yes, so far this is the only thing that brings to life even p.i.nd.so.sov.v! Strategic Missile Forces must be protected and increased! And then they will tear apart the Motherland ...
    13. +3
      2 2014 June
      by 2020, troops can rearm by 100%.

      I am glad for the troops that they can ... but can the industry succeed? will it pull? I would like to hope feel
    14. Palych9999
      +5
      2 2014 June
      Everything is more complicated and simpler: by 2018 the term (twice extended) for "Satan" ends, the regulations for which were provided by specialists from Dnepropetrovsk (ours for 20 years did not contrive to "buy" their specialists or "take out" the documentation)
      The heavy missile will have to be removed from combat duty, its analogous is not yet on the way, it will be necessary to replace the Yarsami ...
      So 70% turn into 100%, statistics - it is a political thing, it depends on what and how to count ...
      1. +2
        2 2014 June
        Satan is just an obsolete rocket. Yes, unique, powerful. But outdated. I think that issues have been worked out with specialists and documentation. So, by the 2018 of the year, we are shooting the last products, and there Sarmat will be on the way. In addition, recent events should explicitly push for acceleration of work on a heavy rocket.
        1. Palych9999
          0
          2 2014 June
          God grant that "Sarmat" does not expect the fate of "Bulava" ...
      2. POCC
        0
        2 2014 June
        They definitely know how to hang noodles soldier
    15. +1
      2 2014 June
      There’s already a lot of poop in Phasington ... laughing
    16. 0
      2 2014 June
      Let them be afraid. Yes, and there is no need to "DONATE". It is clear that there is a typo with the range.
    17. +1
      2 2014 June
      We hope that our Strategic Missile Forces, besides updated, will deprive many of them of a calm sleep of the Atlantic.
    18. 0
      2 2014 June
      Tell me, do other countries even carry out exercises with the launch of the BR, or do we only shoot dozens every year?
      Not when the news on TV and on the Internet did not come across news about it. I have not heard that the same America carried out launches to confirm the reliability of its BRs and extend their service life. Do they have them without an expiration date, or are they on the contrary already in the state that half will not fly up? In general, why do we launch so many missiles in order to produce one, it probably does not take a month.
      1. 0
        2 2014 June
        And how many countries are armed with ICBMs and the ability to conduct such exercises?
      2. +2
        2 2014 June
        I have not heard that the same America carried out launches to confirm the reliability of its BRs and extend their service life.

        The Runet and the domestic media are not particularly interested in their launches, and therefore they have not heard. ) And so they let it go of course. Trident-2 is generally the record holder for trouble-free starts - 148 of successful launches in a row since 1989 of the year.
        1. 0
          2 2014 June
          Quote: clidon
          I have not heard that the same America carried out launches to confirm the reliability of its BRs and extend their service life.

          The Runet and the domestic media are not particularly interested in their launches, and therefore they have not heard. ) And so they let it go of course. Trident-2 is generally the record holder for trouble-free starts - 148 of successful launches in a row since 1989 of the year.

          From this, according to probability theory, what follows? .....
          It’s time, really ...
          Without leaving SSBN .....
          (God forgive me ...)
          1. 0
            3 2014 June
            It follows that Americans are very reliable SLBMs in the first place. We should step up efforts to create rockets of similar reliability.
    19. +1
      2 2014 June
      Yes, they wrote above already. And what are the heavy liquid fuel rockets going to change? Yars? You don’t have enough yars. Or just remove the old missiles from the armament and declare that we have all the new missiles, without specifying how many are new?)
      1. 0
        2 2014 June
        The number of carriers is limited by contract. We won’t be able to put so much on combat duty due to restrictions.
      2. 0
        2 2014 June
        It seems like for the same liquid-propellant missiles being developed on the Sarmat theme.
    20. shitovmg
      +1
      2 2014 June
      DBC should be launched in a new format. Well, to clarify that 100% replacement of mobile systems, and not all strategic missile forces.
      1. 0
        2 2014 June
        For this, a heavy solid-fuel rocket is needed, but it is not and is not yet planned.
    21. +6
      2 2014 June
      Good luck in testing, good luck in rearmament
    22. 0
      2 2014 June
      Glad for strategic rocketeers! Keep it up! Special greetings to all who have served and are serving in Mirny!
    23. Palych9999
      +1
      2 2014 June
      One "Satan" is at least 10 "Yars", not by the heads of the warhead, but in a complex, by power (heads, range, separation, interference, etc.) and the ability to overcome missile defense
      1. +1
        2 2014 June
        Quote: Palych9999
        One "Satan" is at least 10 "Yars"

        The comparison is incorrect. First of all, on technical readiness, failures, vulnerability from a preemptive strike, etc. Yars can carry 3 RGH IN. But there is infa about 6 carrots to the joy of USeram. In this case, the missile defense system is easier to work out on 1 goals than on 10.
        Therefore, the 10 solid fuel ICBMs of the 21 century are better than the 1 heavy liquid ICBMs of the past. IMHO.
        1. boris_britva
          0
          2 2014 June
          no better .. a heavy liquid-propellant rocket has more energy and, accordingly, the possibility of withdrawing additional missile defense means .. and if we talk about "Satan" - it is simply outdated
    24. 0
      2 2014 June
      Satan is kicked out by Satan. (new Russian proverb)
    25. +2
      2 2014 June
      Positive news! "Yars", "Bulava" and "Satan" are our best friends!
    26. 0
      2 2014 June
      Quote: clidon
      The Runet and the domestic media are not particularly interested in their launches, and therefore they have not heard. ) And so they let it go of course. Trident-2 is generally the record holder for trouble-free starts - 148 of successful launches in a row since 1989 of the year.

      On the other hand, the missile defense tests carried out by the Americans last year showed their efficiency of 54% at ground-based and 85% of sea launches.
      1. +1
        2 2014 June
        54% is an excellent result for such tests. That is, three or four interceptor missiles are guaranteed to intercept a single monoblock ICBM or combat unit.
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      1. +1
        2 2014 June
        what for? it’s cheaper to put it in a gas pipe and straight into a geyropu under pressure. they wanted to go there. cheap and cheerful.
    28. yrion
      +1
      2 2014 June
      At present, RUSSIA really needs powerful, mobile armed forces. so that all mongrels barking and trying to offend RUSSIAN dignity look at our actions in fear.
    29. 0
      2 2014 June
      Well done once, almost Stakhanovites! good
    30. 0
      2 2014 June
      That's right, we need to hurry with the re-equipment of the US containment forces from the stupidities of McCain and the bouncer of Obama Monkey.
    31. 3vs
      0
      2 2014 June
      Who would send old complexes? ... smile
    32. Vlad1408
      0
      2 2014 June
      We hope that the plans will be implemented.
    33. +3
      2 2014 June
      The news is good, it can not but rejoice. But we need to think about supporting actions to neutralize ABM amers at the frontiers: Euro missile defense, space echelon and the Continental Frontier. By the force method (strike rpkSN, plaRK), suppression of SU (EW, destruction of satellites, destruction of KP and CSS), the failure of SPRN. Then we can talk about 100% success of combat launches.
    34. +1
      2 2014 June
      The amount of information is an occasion to activate the enemy’s imagination!
    35. boris_britva
      0
      2 2014 June
      Why nuclear weapons if they don’t give loans in the west, and there’s a button for military salaries and pensions
      MasterCard?
    36. skifo
      0
      2 2014 June
      Yars go that yankee)
    37. Serg93
      0
      2 2014 June
      Quote: Anton-Sed
      Updating weapons, this is normal. We are not Czechs or Poles, they are fat, American asses are not hiding. All hope is only on oneself

      Well, yes they hid))) and now they dictate from the top what to do and how)))
    38. Metal bro
      -1
      3 2014 June
      Another well-proven US strategy is to drag it into an arms race that we cannot win. We will rejoice in a bunch of missiles that will simply stand idle, and in all other respects we will add salt and just sell raw materials to maintain our economy. So it goes. USSR experience)
    39. Palych9999
      0
      3 2014 June
      So in a year you can re-equip EVERYTHING by 100%: write off the old (take out of service), make 20 new pieces (planes, ships, boats ...) and REPORT: "In the troops, new weapons are 100%." Hurray, comrades !!!
    40. 0
      3 2014 June
      the saddest thing is that Russia will abide by all the treaties .... here for medium and short-range missiles, for example
    41. 0
      3 2014 June
      The best remedy for mattresses: More good and new missiles, and preferably in Cuba, and under water !!!)))
    42. 0
      3 2014 June
      can rearm

      They may rearm, or they may not. Some kind of vague definition.
      1. +1
        3 2014 June
        Yes, and rearm somehow strange. One of the units of the Strategic Missile Forces was given the command to take up pilot combat duty in the ... of this year. From the point of view of the construction, the horse had not yet rolled. Stupidly, nothing is being done on the BSP and in general in terms of infrastructure.
        Summary: they will most likely be on duty in one or two field divisions.
        But they will report that the unit took up combat duty ...
    43. 0
      3 2014 June
      but I don’t like such statements = =: When Yars was adopted, and not one more regiment was put on the database! and promised last year !!!
      Again the old song - Everything will be, but then maybe !!!

      Thank God, what else are missile systems - UD veterans carry! And a huge gratitude to the rocket men for keeping them in combat readiness against all odds !!!
    44. 0
      3 2014 June
      Quote: Interface
      It's impossible. Monoblock poplar-M and 3 block Yars will not replace the Scalpel and Voivode.
      "Sarmat" will be tested only in 2018, they will be tested for a long time, like the Voevoda in due time, until they bring it to mind ... In short, it will be put into production only by the year 2025, the forecast is as follows.

      Good news is also needed in moderation. And then they promise in MO, but they will not be able to fulfill.


      So what??? After all, no one bothers to remove all P2020s from service by 36. And then there will be 100% rearmament with a significant reduction in capabilities. And on the other hand, where to go ??? Governors are not eternal. It was necessary to think about it earlier, and not to invest in different "Commercial projects". Naturally, Yars in terms of combat capabilities, even next to Satan and Scalpel, is not worth it. And ground complexes are also more vulnerable than mine complexes with the maximum degree of protection. And the Strategic Missile Forces is the only thing that holds back the United States and !!!! China !!!
      We urgently need new heavy ICBMs !!!!!!
    45. 0
      3 2014 June
      Quote: 51064
      I agree. P-36 and modifications must be changed to modern models. A little bit in time. And where to post the question too. Maybe it’s time in the area north-east of Novosibirsk?

      And let's get rockets right to the New Earth? Let them carry their missiles in the snowdrifts ... Well, at least you crack - I don’t understand the logic of relocation for Novosib! Here I will present one logistics in the taiga - the nails turn gray.
      1. +1
        3 2014 June
        The only justification that comes to mind is that the tactical aviation of the "partners" will not reach Iraq and Yugoslavia, not only because of the presence of the S-300 (400 and beyond), but also for purely geographical reasons.
        Only ballistic missiles and missiles with the B-52 (on the second - the big question is whether they will let fly up). Saboteurs - by itself.
        And logistics, infrastructure - yes, is lame. For dirt roads - count on the fingers, new shafts - the navel will begin to build ...

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