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Armavir radar - the "all-seeing eye" of Russia

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On September 1, the personnel of a separate radiotechnical center for anti-missile defense warning systems (missile attack warning system), located in Armavir, celebrated its anniversary, reports Make a star.

Armavir radar - the "all-seeing eye" of Russia


According to the newspaper, “10 years ago, in accordance with the directives of the leadership of the military department in Kuban, a group of the object under construction was formed - an over-the-horizon radar station of the Voronezh high prefabricated rocket attack warning system.”

According to the creators of the project (SRI DAR), the station "is capable of detecting ballistic, space and aerodynamic objects, including ballistic and cruise missiles."

All this time, commanded part of the Colonel Vadim Severov. When he arrived in Armavir in 2004, weeds were still growing on the site of the center. However, soon there began to grow unique buildings that embody the miraculous plans of the Russian "defense industry". On combat duty, the station entered into 2013.


The newspaper writes that "the most modern and today radar is installed in a very difficult direction: it is through its sector that most of the trajectories relating to Europe pass." "Armavir radar covers the southern, south-eastern and south-western borders of the country and" observes "everything that happens outside its borders, from France to China and Mongolia, from Iraq to North Africa," the newspaper notes. Later she took on another load from the radar station located near the city of Gabala (Azerbaijan). The station’s area of ​​responsibility was closed after Russia abandoned its operation due to the high rental cost.

In early September last year, the center recorded the launch of two ballistic missiles in the Mediterranean. At first, none of the states whose ships were present in the specified region were recognized to conduct shooting. Only later did the Pentagon publish information about launches that proved to be missile defense tests conducted by Israel and the United States. It is indicative that no one except the Russian military, who were behind 1,5 thousand km from the theater of events, recorded the flight of target rockets.

The latest launch of a ballistic missile from the Mediterranean waters has been made by Armavir radar station recently - 9 September of this year.

According to the "Red Star", the 2018 of the Russian Federation will create a radar ring in all missile-prone areas.
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  1. 1111111
    1111111 22 September 2014 16: 30
    +3
    ..... Vadim, hello to you ...)) ... good luck ....)) ......
  2. Spasatel
    Spasatel 22 September 2014 16: 33
    +18
    It would be necessary to put the same in Cuba!
    The Americans will get fucked up ...
    1. Ratmir
      Ratmir 22 September 2014 16: 43
      +30
      Quote: Spasatel
      It would be necessary to put the same in Cuba!
      The Americans will get fucked up ...

      We already have our station in Cuba. After a visit there, the GDP, as far as I heard, began to be restored. It would be nice to plant a small forest around that station "Topley-M" ... And so that no one doubts our commitment to peace and democratic values ​​- immediately inform America that this is against ISIS terrorists and, in general, how could they think something bad about us ...
      1. Nitarius
        Nitarius 22 September 2014 17: 43
        +3
        I agree .. WE ALSO WANT TO SAVE A BODY OF DERMOCRACY and all FASHINGTON from ISIS terrorists .... they ask for help .. WE WILL HELP
      2. Goha
        Goha 22 September 2014 19: 41
        0
        Poplars are not needed there. Too close Americans, enough iskander.
      3. 77bob1973
        77bob1973 22 September 2014 21: 36
        0
        In Cuba, not a radar but a radio interception station!
      4. Sars
        Sars 23 September 2014 05: 54
        0
        "Poplar" should be called ISIS missile defense.
      5. Sars
        Sars 23 September 2014 05: 54
        0
        "Poplar" should be called ISIS missile defense.
    2. Ivan Denikin
      Ivan Denikin 22 September 2014 18: 17
      0
      I support, all the more, there are all possibilities for this, both political and financial. 3,4ndos will not just get frenzied, but will begin to pack their bags and stock up on burgers.
  3. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 22 September 2014 16: 40
    +9
    Voronezh-DM, a Russian over-the-horizon missile attack warning system, high factory readiness, located in Armavir, Krasnodar Territory (object 1653, military unit 41003). Started on combat duty in 2009. Closes the southwest direction, controlling the airspace from Southern Europe to the northern coast of Africa; replaced the radar station "Dnepr" in Mukachevo and in Sevastopol. The second segment is planned to cover the area of ​​the Gabala radar station. The radar operates in the decimeter range, with a range of up to 6 thousand km. over the horizon and up to 8 thousand km. vertically (near space). It is capable of simultaneously monitoring up to 500 objects. Developed by NPK NIIDAR with the participation of RTI im. Mints ".
    Chief Designer - S. D. Saprykin.
    The basis of the radar is a phased array, a quick-mount module for personnel and several containers with electronic equipment, which allows you to quickly and cost-effectively upgrade the station during operation.
    The high degree of factory readiness and the modular principle of building the Voronezh radar made it possible to abandon multi-storey structures and build it within 12-18 months (the previous generation radars were commissioned in 5-9 years). All station equipment in container design is delivered from manufacturers for subsequent assembly to pre-concreted areas. When installing the Voronezh station, 23-30 units of technological equipment are used (Daryal radar - 4070), it consumes 0,7 MW of electricity (Dnepr - 2 MW, Daryal in Azerbaijan - 50 MW), and the number of its staff is no more than 15 people.
    Adopting Voronezh into service allows not only to significantly expand the capabilities of missile and space defense, but also to concentrate the ground grouping of the missile attack warning system on the territory of the Russian Federation.


    1. nikrandel
      nikrandel 22 September 2014 16: 45
      +8
      It is noteworthy that on this map Mongolia is part of the Russian Federation! fellow
    2. enot73
      enot73 22 September 2014 17: 00
      +1
      Quote: Novel 1977
      (The previous generation radars went into operation after 5-9 years)
      The Armavir radar station should just replace a similar radar station located in Gabala (Azerbaijan), which is being removed from combat duty.
      1. 77bob1973
        77bob1973 22 September 2014 21: 40
        0
        That's interesting and what they are going to do with the Crimean SNPRN ...
        1. vinnie
          vinnie 22 September 2014 22: 04
          0
          Radar early warning system in Crimea - "Dnepr" - turned out to be in a rather tolerable condition, unlike, for example, the same one in Mukachevo ... First it will be restored and put into operation (there are a lot of spare parts for it), and then replaced with a new one - type "Voronezh"
  4. Ezhaak
    Ezhaak 22 September 2014 16: 41
    +1
    Useful business. Very necessary. Pleased with the ability to determine small targets at large distances from Russia. I hope that in the future, the West and the box with matches will not be discreetly discarded. laughing laughing laughing
  5. Same lech
    Same lech 22 September 2014 16: 42
    +1
    According to the "Red Star", the 2018 of the Russian Federation will create a radar ring in all missile-prone areas.



    Finally, the holes will be closed for all kinds of reconnaissance aircraft of foreign countries.

    You feel somehow calmer, I would like to wish the designers not to stop there and improve the system to full automatism, starting from detecting a target at a distant frontier and destroying it if the intruder disobeys a forced landing.
  6. Drewlik
    Drewlik 22 September 2014 16: 44
    +1
    It was necessary to shoot down the target missile with ours, then the Americans would crap themselves with the Jews ...
    1. lentai2264
      lentai2264 22 September 2014 17: 11
      +1
      and even better to shoot down all the targets in range, then not only they crap.
      1. And Us Rat
        And Us Rat 22 September 2014 17: 24
        +1
        Quote: lentai2264
        and even better to shoot down all the targets in range, then not only they crap.

        Well, these are the basics of controlling a military theater ... and the Hindus knew this by placing an order for an air defense system for their warships. wink
    2. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 22 September 2014 17: 20
      +3
      Quote: Drewlik
      It was necessary to shoot down the target missile with ours, then the Americans would crap themselves with the Jews ...


      1. I don’t know about the amerikosov, but we are already frightened, rather a missile launched for interception would become a "bonus target" for the missile defense systems, together with those two imitators. tongue
      (And then another question is who would put the bricks laughing )

      2. How to bring down? 2000+ km, after all. Even for (not yet brought to release) S-500 such distances are too tough. But even assuming that there would be something - the interceptor would not have had time to fly, the flight distance of the simulators was about 500-600 km, they would have completed the trajectory earlier. wassat
  7. fridge
    fridge 22 September 2014 16: 45
    0
    I hope our eye has serious security, otherwise there are many who want to poke an awl in the eye.
  8. Oml
    Oml 22 September 2014 16: 57
    +2
    Quote: Spasatel
    It would be necessary to put the same in Cuba!
    The Americans will get fucked up ...


    Also (like Azerbaijan) they can request exorbitant rents. It is necessary to improve, so that everyone can see from their territory, and even space helps.
  9. SIBIR38RUS
    SIBIR38RUS 22 September 2014 17: 05
    0
    Quote: nikrandel
    It is noteworthy that on this map Mongolia is part of the Russian Federation!

    Exactly!!! I didn’t even pay attention right away belay : laughing laughing laughing Plus for attention good
  10. Andy1967
    Andy1967 22 September 2014 17: 08
    0
    One or two more "little sisters" of Armavir, and we will close the ring - the hell who will slip by unnoticed !!!
  11. Romass
    Romass 22 September 2014 17: 11
    +1
    Hurray to Russia! Know ours.
  12. Major Yurik
    Major Yurik 22 September 2014 17: 14
    +2
    Quote: enot73
    Quote: Novel 1977
    (The previous generation radars went into operation after 5-9 years)
    The Armavir radar station should just replace a similar radar station located in Gabala (Azerbaijan), which is being removed from combat duty.


    In, let Aliev dry the apricot on it! wassat
  13. Grabberxnumx
    Grabberxnumx 22 September 2014 17: 16
    +3
    We have such a handsome "Voronezh" complex in the Leningrad Region!
  14. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 22 September 2014 17: 22
    0
    The Russian eye will not miss anything ..
  15. Sergeiys
    Sergeiys 22 September 2014 17: 31
    0
    impressive!
  16. TECHNOLOGY
    TECHNOLOGY 22 September 2014 17: 43
    +1
    They promised to cover by the 12th year. Specialists, what happened?
    1. vinnie
      vinnie 22 September 2014 21: 41
      0
      Who promised where and when?
      The reality is somewhat different: according to the current GPV, the complete restoration of the peripheral radar field of the PRN should be completed by the end of 2018 due to the construction of new Voronezh-type early warning radars (M and DM bands). In the future - only increasing the characteristics of the system
  17. Vadim12
    Vadim12 22 September 2014 18: 04
    +1
    Azerbaijan, it is interesting to know what is doing with the Gabala radar station? Amer given or abandoned?
    1. vinnie
      vinnie 22 September 2014 21: 52
      +1
      Neither one or the other ... They handed it over to the Isaacs, a special commission was established to receive and transfer the product and that's all ... Yes, we don’t need it now
  18. Ze Kot
    Ze Kot 22 September 2014 18: 20
    +1
    Quote: Ratmir
    Quote: Spasatel
    It would be necessary to put the same in Cuba!
    The Americans will get fucked up ...

    We already have our station in Cuba. After a visit there, the GDP, as far as I heard, began to be restored. It would be nice to plant a small forest around that station "Topley-M" ... And so that no one doubts our commitment to peace and democratic values ​​- immediately inform America that this is against ISIS terrorists and, in general, how could they think something bad about us ...



    Why are ballistic missiles so close to the target? To be knocked down when taking off from ships?
    There RKMD should be set ...
    1. vinnie
      vinnie 22 September 2014 21: 46
      0
      In Cuba, we had radio and radio intelligence stations. They had nothing to do with the PRN system and do not. Yes, and with OTR, there was also a problem ... many remember how it all ended ... You need to act more creatively here - the CLUB complexes in container execution are the very thing !!!
  19. pvv113
    pvv113 22 September 2014 19: 19
    +3
    System warnings about missile attack

    Forewarned is forearmed. Not a single rotten plot of adversaries will go unnoticed !!!
  20. aniza
    aniza 22 September 2014 19: 33
    0
    Quote: OML
    Quote: Spasatel
    It would be necessary to put the same in Cuba!
    The Americans will get fucked up ...


    Also (like Azerbaijan) they can request exorbitant rents. It is necessary to improve, so that everyone can see from their territory, and even space helps.


    What princes do this? Repeated re-reflection from the ionosphere is still fountain. From space, too, the light will not work, the exact same ionosphere will not. Although I think if we put such a task before our scientists, they will solve it! Always found a solution ....
  21. demand1
    demand1 22 September 2014 19: 50
    +2
    Proud of my Armavir!
  22. ISKANDER25
    ISKANDER25 22 September 2014 20: 27
    0
    Hello! Congratulations to all the servants! hi
  23. Glavspez
    Glavspez 22 September 2014 21: 07
    +2
    He served on the Balkhash-9 radar in the USSR SAVO in 1986-1988, there were two reinforced concrete objects in the bandura. While the equipment was being built, it was outdated. So they converted it. I made it to the Indian Ocean.
    1. vinnie
      vinnie 22 September 2014 21: 49
      0
      Probably served on the "Darial"? This radar burned out ... it never went into operation ... And the old Dnipro woman is still fiddling about ...
  24. vinnie
    vinnie 22 September 2014 21: 34
    0
    Here it is necessary to clarify the essence of the issue ... In the pictures in this article, there really is a high factory readiness radar (VZG) "Voronezh", only it has nothing to do with Armavir, tk. This is a low-potential VHF radar, i.e. Voronezh-M (Lekhtusi settlement, Leningrad Region). This radar is the only one in our country, all other VHF radars are high-potential - Voronezh-VP. These are all RTI products. A.L. Mints.
    In Armavir (and in some other places) a radar station of the decimeter range - "Voronezh-DM" was created. Its appearance is completely different, you can see it in the grid ... Something like this ...
  25. Wolka
    Wolka 23 September 2014 05: 37
    0
    definitely a good eye and will never be superfluous ...
  26. Dragon-y
    Dragon-y 23 September 2014 07: 19
    0
    Something either my knowledge is wrong, or the terms "have changed".
    Previously, we called such stations not "NAD-", but "OVER-the-horizon" radars. Because an "ordinary" locator sees only what is "above" the visible horizon. But in order to look beyond the horizon (for a couple of thousand km), such stations are being built.