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The cruiser "Admiral Kuznetsov" returned to sea after recovery

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Heavy Aircraft Cruiser (TAVKR) "Admiral fleet Soviet Union Kuznetsov ”returned to the landfill in the Barents Sea, completing the planned restoration of technical readiness.

The cruiser "Admiral Kuznetsov" returned to sea after recovery


“For several days, the crew of the TAVKR will have to check the operation of all the units and mechanisms of the ship, consolidate the command and control skills in the management of subordinate personnel, as well as planned intra-ship survival exercises at the sea, communications exercises, and organization of the daily activities of the crew,” quotes the representative of the press service of the ZVO Vadim Sergi RIA "News».

Among the measures worked out were work on measuring shipboard physical fields, as well as on checking the operability of the complexes responsible for ensuring deck flights aviation.

In the near future, the sailors will conduct combat training with the pilots of the separate naval fighter air regiment of the SF to improve the skills of take-off and landing on the cruiser deck on the Su-33 fighter jets, as well as Su-25UTG training aircraft and interaction with search and rescue forces.

TAVKR "Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov" - this is the only aircraft carrier in the Russian Federation, as well as the only ship on the planet, the pilots of which rise into the air in the polar latitudes.
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  1. AlNikolaich
    AlNikolaich 30 September 2014 07: 35
    +9
    Good news! Plus article!
    1. aktanir
      aktanir 30 September 2014 07: 59
      +1
      little repair information. how long did it last? what updated? What is the resource now before the next statement for repair? Previously, the problems were with the power plant, how true is this and what has been done?
      1. Bombardier
        Bombardier 30 September 2014 08: 43
        +2
        Yes, it seems that they were in a hurry with the repair, I suppose that not everything that was planned was done. After all, the ship is needed now and on the go. That will hold a range of activities in the Mediterranean Sea ..
      2. avt
        avt 30 September 2014 09: 36
        +2
        Quote: aktanir
        Good news! Plus article!

        request What is joy then? Can you really answer the question?
        Quote: aktanir
        little repair information. how long did it last? what updated?

        It’s good time for it to be repaired with a REAL update and with a replacement for MiGs. A small fry patched up the campaign and will go to Syria.
      3. Evil Pole
        Evil Pole 30 September 2014 11: 19
        +1
        Quote: aktanir
        little repair information. how long did it last? what updated? What is the resource now before the next statement for repair? Previously, the problems were with the power plant, how true is this and what has been done?

        Excuse me, why are you interested in? Especially what is the resource before the next statement for repair? Can you tell me where else it will go and what combat missions will it perform? Strange questions right ..
    2. Revolver
      Revolver 30 September 2014 08: 01
      +11
      And 7 feet under the keel
      1. Lenar
        Lenar 30 September 2014 08: 02
        0
        And what does this phrase mean?
        1. kolyhalovs
          kolyhalovs 30 September 2014 08: 14
          +5
          Wish a happy journey. I’m a man, damn far from the sea, but everyone knows that ...
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        2. adept666
          adept666 30 September 2014 08: 24
          +4
          Wish a favorable sailing and that the ship does not run aground
          1. Lenar
            Lenar 30 September 2014 09: 15
            -9
            You don’t know anything.
            7 feet is just a little over 2 meters. What could be a favorable swimming at such a depth from the keel to the bottom.
            There are many interpretations, for example:
            1. YOU ARE OUR GLORY IN DAYS OF SHAME, SEVEN FEET UNDER WATER, AURORA!
            The communist slogan at the rally near the cruiser "Aurora" on November 7, 1991 The irony is that the cruiser "Aurora" stands on a concrete base (at an eternal anchor), and there is no water under its keel.
            2. Seven feet under the keel is the wish of the last good luck. The average person is about 6 feet tall - that is, up to 180 centimeters. For the funeral of a sailor in the sea, 7 feet is enough - that is, for the sea to receive the sailor with his head. And the draft of the ship has nothing to do with it. However, like the old Russian sayings. From here - seven feet under the keel there is a stern sea wish for the last mercy - the one that the sea can give you. Written from the words of the old captains.
            1. kdale1980
              kdale1980 30 September 2014 10: 10
              +6
              Regarding paragraph 1:
              If "Aurora" is on a concrete base, then how do you explain the fact that "Aurora" was towed to Kronstadt on September 21 this year to the Kronstadt Marine Plant for repairs?
              Actually, the Aurora has an absolutely normal underwater hull. During repairs in 1987, the cruiser's underwater hull was completely replaced due to the strong corrosion of its own. So the cruiser is quite afloat and there is no concrete there. And the myth itself that the "Aurora" stands on a concrete pedestal was born due to the peculiarities of the repair of the hull leaks before the capital in 1987. By the way, you can watch on the same YouTube how "Aurora" floats beautifully (although ships do not sail, but go) accompanied by tugs along the Neva.
              1. Lenar
                Lenar 30 September 2014 11: 34
                -2
                Read the date carefully, and then open Wikipedia or another source:

                August 18, 1984 "Aurora" was aft forward brought up to the wall of the plant. The following year, the hull was entered into the dock, where almost the entire underwater part of the hull was separated. By August 1987, the “restoration” of the Aurora, which cost about 35 million rubles, was over. There are various assessments of the work performed: a new underwater part. The underwater part of the cruiser was not disposed of and, as of 2011, is in a flooded state near the settlement of Brooks of Kingisepp District [244] [247]. Parts of the skeleton sticking out of the water in the 1980s were pulled away by building residents of a nearby village


                Give the incontrovertible facts that in 1991. Aurora could not stand at all for repair.
            2. adept666
              adept666 30 September 2014 10: 50
              +2
              The irony is that the cruiser "Aurora" stands on a concrete base (at an eternal anchor), and there is no water under its keel.


              Read less nonsense ... Cruiser at the moment (probably with a concrete base laughing ) is located in the dock of the Kronstadt Marine Plant, where it was recently towed.

              Written from the words of the old captains.


              I do not know from which such old captains this is written, but 7 feet are desired not only for the crew, but also for the ship (ship). Even in the days of the "old captains", 7 feet was often not enough to swallow the entire ship wassat In general, of course, there are different interpretations of this wish, for example, a variant of yours:
              At all times, sailors were buried in the sea and, according to the general tradition, in cloth or canvas with a weight (stone, core, etc.) tied to their legs. the body remains buoyant under water and rises vertically above the load with its feet down. average human height plus cable and weight = about 7 feet or 2,135 meters. Therefore, 7 feet under the keel, the desire during the voyage not to disturb the peace of the dead sailors.

              But if we study the matter more deeply, then it completely sounds like this: A fair wind and seven feet under the keel. Hence, such an interpretation is most likely (and I hold this opinion):
              Around 6000 BC, the Egyptians used sailing ships to navigate the Nile, but due to the poor maneuverability of the ship, the captains tried to sail only along the river bank so that they would not be dragged to the middle quickly and without control. The ships of the Egyptians were not large, the draft did not exceed 2 meters, which is approximately equal to 7 feet. in order not to run aground, the captains had to hold ships at a little more depth and, before setting sail, they wished each other 7 feet under the keel. What became over time a saying. So they say when they want to wish a person good luck.


              It's just that the first part of it is now practically irrelevant (with a few exceptions), so the phrase was cut off a bit. smile
              1. Lenar
                Lenar 30 September 2014 11: 39
                -1
                1. Your accusations of reading nonsense by me are groundless. 23 years have passed since that communist rally before the recent towing of Aurora.

                During this time, there were many different events, including restoration, on the cruiser.

                2. Regarding "7 feet under the keel", the presence of several interpretations in this matter is obvious.
                However, here on the forum "experts" explain this phrase very one-sidedly
                1. kdale1980
                  kdale1980 30 September 2014 12: 01
                  +1
                  Of course, you can read the wiki, but what is written there does not always correspond to reality ... "Aurora" underwent a major overhaul which was completed in 1987. The underwater part of the hull was completely removed from the cruiser due to the fact that it had numerous centers of perforating corrosion, and therefore leaks. While the Aurora was at the embankment of the Neva (before being docked for a thorough overhaul), these leaks were simply repaired - there was a leak and was filled with bags of cement. Hence the origin of the myth about the concreting of "Aurora". During the overhaul, a completely new underwater part of the hull was made according to the preserved drawings. Subsequently, the surface part and the underwater part were docked together. After which the cruiser was returned to the parking lot.
                  From 1987 to 2014, no repairs were made to the underwater cruiser. Only scheduled maintenance and painting.
                  On September 21, 2014, the cruiser Aurora was taken in tow and towed to the Kronstadt Marine Plant for scheduled repairs. During it, inspection and necessary repair of the underwater part of the ship, modernization of the fire extinguishing system, etc. will be carried out. After that, the "Aurora" will be returned to the parking lot and further repairs will take place at the parking lot.
                  And on the account of the old underwater part - the military thought for a long time what to do with it .. many called for preserving it as history, but in the end it was flooded in the vicinity of the Baltic Fleet’s naval base Ruchey
                  1. gjv
                    gjv 30 September 2014 12: 29
                    0
                    Is there any information about the possible restoration of the propulsion system and the cruiser’s independent travel?
                  2. gjv
                    gjv 30 September 2014 12: 29
                    0
                    Is there any information about the possible restoration of the propulsion system and the cruiser’s independent travel?
                  3. Lenar
                    Lenar 30 September 2014 14: 57
                    0
                    Link to the source of information in the studio please. Otherwise, these are just your words, not confirmed by anything.
                2. Severomor
                  Severomor 30 September 2014 12: 31
                  +1
                  Quote: Lenar
                  However, here on the forum "experts" explain this phrase very one-sidedly

                  Why is it one-way?
                  The man wished the ship and the crew good luck with the phrase "seven feet under the keel"
                  But why did you ask the question: "What does this phrase mean?" not quite clear.
                3. adept666
                  adept666 30 September 2014 13: 26
                  0
                  Your accusations of reading bullshit by me are unfounded.


                  Thorough. Aurora never stood on a concrete base.

                  As for "7 feet under the keel", the presence of several interpretations in this matter is obvious.


                  Interpretations by interpretations, but I wrote, how they relate to this and interpret it in the modern fleet:

                  Wish a favorable sailing and that the ship does not run aground


                  1. Severomor
                    Severomor 30 September 2014 15: 34
                    -1
                    Quote: adept666
                    Wish a favorable sailing and that the ship does not run aground

                    That's right, seven is a lot
                    Seven times to measure
                    Lock on seven locks
                    Seven do not wait
      2. Very old
        Very old 30 September 2014 08: 19
        +2
        The day should begin like this, NAGAN
        Join
        And so that every day - forward!
      3. skipper83
        skipper83 30 September 2014 08: 23
        0
        7 feet is even less than 2,5 meters under the keel, not enough for a happy swim. Now it is customary to say at least 7 feet under the keel. Respectfully JCCM
        1. Very old
          Very old 30 September 2014 08: 28
          +1
          Tradition, CENTURY
          We will not break
      4. skipper83
        skipper83 30 September 2014 08: 23
        0
        7 feet is even less than 2,5 meters under the keel, not enough for a happy swim. Now it is customary to say at least 7 feet under the keel. Respectfully JCCM
  2. TECHNOLOGY
    TECHNOLOGY 30 September 2014 07: 40
    +4
    "Kuzya" in the sea-class! Looks like he is soon shining Middle-earth. Even there is restless.
    1. muginov2015
      muginov2015 30 September 2014 07: 43
      +1
      the ship is beautiful, I do not argue. But the barge with fuel oil on the trailer is sad.
    2. muginov2015
      muginov2015 30 September 2014 07: 43
      0
      the ship is beautiful, I don’t argue. But the barge with fuel oil on a trailer is a bit sad.
    3. volot-voin
      volot-voin 30 September 2014 07: 49
      0
      Quote: TECHNAR
      "Kuzya" in the sea-class! Looks like he is soon shining Middle-earth. Even there is restless.

      The last of the Mohicans. One aircraft carrier for such a power as the Russian Federation is not enough. The Black and Mediterranean Sea, Far East require their mobile aircraft carrier bases.
      1. TECHNOLOGY
        TECHNOLOGY 30 September 2014 07: 59
        0
        So, Rodoslav hi this is understandable. But our planes are not going to build in the near future. Maybe sanctions will be decided in the custody. But in fact, the devil knows him. Do we need them or not. The opinions on the site are twofold. I'm not very much in this matter. More on Ground Based Aviation.
        1. mgfly
          mgfly 30 September 2014 08: 21
          +2
          an aircraft carrier is still more likely an offensive weapon, for support in lands remote from native shores. and we have not seen such doctrines (or just overlooked request ).
          1. pahom54
            pahom54 30 September 2014 11: 11
            +1
            Quote: mgfly
            and we have not seen such doctrines (or just overlooked


            As I understand it, the doctrine our national security looks defensive, and that's what it comes from. BUT (!!!) in any pact-treaties, and even more so in internal doctrines, there may be secret pitfalls. Well, who will speak in their doctrines about "offensiveness" and "aggressiveness" ???
            Well, here's an example: now Kuzya will be sent somewhere closer to Syria, the stump is clear, with what tasks. Well, what do you call these tasks - defensive or offensive ???
            To be honest, we need aircraft carriers for only one purpose - to resist American and NATO pressure, to resist not only ourselves, but also potential "friends." And you can only resist by force.
            If we proceed from the "peace-loving" doctrines of national security, then we can say that ... we have the army, aviation, navy ???
            So, my friend, the doctrine of national security is essentially a conglomerate of offensive and defense measures ...
      2. Professor
        Professor 30 September 2014 08: 33
        +6
        Quote: volot-voin
        The Black and Mediterranean Sea, Far East require their mobile aircraft carrier bases.

        Black Sea? Requires an aircraft carrier? Give a card? wink
  3. vitaz
    vitaz 30 September 2014 07: 41
    0
    Maybe you should visit the southern seas, for example, Black
  4. Barakuda
    Barakuda 30 September 2014 07: 46
    +4
    In the morning, the article pleased. It is necessary to demonstrate "Kuzkin Mother" to someone. Well, the book by N.G. Kuznetsova "On the Eve of the Course to Victory" stands side by side - shines.
  5. cat hippopotamus
    cat hippopotamus 30 September 2014 07: 47
    +5
    Yes, the news is good, but the only word is a little sad. It is a pity that ships of similar characteristics were not completed in due time. They stood in Nikolaev and rusted, they sold them to the Chinese at the price of scrap metal already Svidomo, and the ships were laid down in the USSR. And Russia did not show due interest, and apparently did not want to, then this pleasure was not affordable. Moreover, I remember how the Ukrainians, with the help of the USA, destroyed the TU160 and did not pay us back for debts. Back then, the rulers of Ukraine showed what kind of neighbors and "brothers" they were.
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 30 September 2014 07: 57
      +3
      When carcasses were cut in Uzin (Ukraine), some officers cried. I did not quite understand then. My dad then the whole military enlistment office was drinking for about three days, probably the boss of the type, it hurt in my heart.
  6. Balamyt
    Balamyt 30 September 2014 07: 48
    -1
    Oh! Heel, and even a dozen of them would be useful to us now oh!
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 30 September 2014 09: 43
      0
      Oh! Heel, and even a dozen of them would be useful to us now oh!

      Such now they are no longer needed, here "Ulyanovsk" would be useful wink
  7. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 30 September 2014 07: 48
    +2
    There is Crimea in the Black Sea, it is unsinkable. But off the coast of Lebanon it makes sense to spin. To touch the raptors with radars, to say "well, yes, those who are at a height ..., at a speed ..., a course ... - we can't see it at close range, so we don't shoot."
  8. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 30 September 2014 07: 48
    -1
    Quote: vitaz
    Maybe you should visit the southern seas, for example, Black


    In the Black Sea, on a tip from the Pin ... Stan, Turkey will not miss.
    1. sanja.grw
      sanja.grw 30 September 2014 08: 14
      +1
      In the Black Sea, on a tip from the Pin ... Stan, Turkey will not miss.

      He can safely enter the Black Sea, he is not an aircraft carrier in class, but an aircraft carrier, and he can pass the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles
      1. mgfly
        mgfly 30 September 2014 08: 24
        +1
        moreover, the convention does not seem to apply to it - Russia kakbe shores on the Black Sea and it can be reached there without restrictions ...
      2. Wiruz
        Wiruz 30 September 2014 09: 42
        +1
        Black Sea countries can navigate through the straits any ships, with the exception of those with YaSU. So you can keep at least 10 Kuz at the Black Sea Fleet. Would be ...
        1. gjv
          gjv 2 October 2014 17: 53
          0
          ... the mode of passage of warships is different for the Black Sea and non-Black Sea states. Subject to prior notification by the Turkish authorities, the Black Sea Powers may navigate their warships of any class through the straits in peacetime. Significant class restrictions have been introduced for warships of non-Black Sea powers (only small surface ships are allowed), tonnage and length of stay.
          In the case of Turkey’s participation in the war, and also if Turkey considers that it is directly threatened by war, it is granted the right to allow or prohibit passage of any military vessels through the straits. During a war in which Turkey is not participating, the straits should be closed to the passage of military vessels of any belligerent nation.
          The last military incident (apart from the exercises), when the mechanisms provided for by the Convention were activated, was the South Ossetian conflict of August 2008: through the Straits towards the Georgian ports of Batumi and Poti, a series of warships of the Sixth Fleet of the U.S. Navy then proceeded.
          https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A7%D0%B5%D1%80%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%BE%D1%80%D
          1%81%D0%BA%D0%B8%D0%B5_%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%B2%D1%8B
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      3. Severomor
        Severomor 30 September 2014 12: 25
        0
        Sure. All TAKRs left Nikolaev.
  9. father nikon
    father nikon 30 September 2014 07: 49
    0
    Welcome back drinks
  10. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 30 September 2014 07: 51
    +1
    It’s only a pity that he is alone with us!
  11. Evgesh91
    Evgesh91 30 September 2014 07: 57
    +1
    I heard that his modernization is coming, no one in the know?
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 30 September 2014 09: 39
      -1
      I heard that his modernization is coming, no one in the know?

      No, well, they’ve been talking about this for a long time, only now the start of the repair is constantly delayed. Yes, and now in its modernization does not make sense, if only cosmetic repairs, then it is still possible. There it is necessary to put YaSU and catapults, which are now being developed by the way.
  12. bva1963
    bva1963 30 September 2014 08: 02
    +2
    In the late 80s, I had the honor of testing it for aircraft suitability (at the stage of factory sea trials). Then the abbreviation was more correct - TAKR of project 1143
    1. Professor
      Professor 30 September 2014 08: 38
      -1
      Quote: bva1963
      In the late 80s, I had the honor of testing it for aircraft suitability (at the stage of factory sea trials). Then the abbreviation was more correct - TAKR of project 1143

      TAKR project 1143 is "Kiev", and "Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov", aka" Soviet Union ", aka" Riga ", aka" Leonid Brezhnev ", aka" Tbilisi ", aka" Vladimir Putin "of project 1143.5.
      1. gjv
        gjv 2 October 2014 18: 35
        0
        Quote: Professor
        Putin

        And when was he - Putin and the Soviet Union?
        1. Professor
          Professor 2 October 2014 20: 20
          0
          Quote: gjv
          And when was he - Putin and the Soviet Union?

          "Soviet Union" he was at the design stage, and "Putin" he will still be.
  13. TECHNOLOGY
    TECHNOLOGY 30 September 2014 08: 08
    +1
    Even with one aircraft carrier, our fleet will not become too small. This is only the first of three. Including "Petya"!
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 30 September 2014 08: 41
      +1
      This is so, by the way .. Petya hollows, although old.
    2. Wiruz
      Wiruz 30 September 2014 09: 36
      +1
      Even with one aircraft carrier, our fleet will not become too small. This is only the first of three. Including "Petya"!

      And what are they talking about "minor" replacement of weapons? Wasn't it planned to completely replace Granite with Onyx / Caliber, and S-300F with Redoubt?
    3. silver_roman
      silver_roman 30 September 2014 12: 52
      +1
      stop stop stop. something I did not understand at all. how is this not a significant upgrade? they seemed to be going to remodel them under the Kyrgyz Republic. Plus, modern air defense (logically based on the S-400), artillery ... this is already a lot of things. Plusus BIUS most likely. Is this what they call minor modernization, or have plans changed? who will bring, tell me!
  14. vdtomsk
    vdtomsk 30 September 2014 08: 48
    +2
    Heavy aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov
  15. zheka
    zheka 30 September 2014 08: 52
    0
    Our pride!
  16. gunter_laux
    gunter_laux 30 September 2014 09: 20
    -2
    We need to build more of such beautiful cruisers, and not to buy the Mistral!
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 30 September 2014 09: 32
      +1
      such beautiful cruisers

      Well, firstly: he was beautiful about 30 years ago, and even then not against the background of the Nimtsev.
      And secondly: before you build beautiful aircraft carriers, you need to configure a dozen beautiful destroyers.
  17. Wiruz
    Wiruz 30 September 2014 09: 30
    0
    He would now be relocated to Tartus. So pure for the sake of showing the flag.
  18. kolyasha19rus
    kolyasha19rus 30 September 2014 09: 32
    -1
    Still 3-4 such aircraft carriers in our army. Eh .. Dreams, dreams ..
    1. For the Marines
      For the Marines 30 September 2014 09: 42
      0
      Yes, we are not an attacking power, but a defender. We are more practical 3-4 cruisers such as Peter the Great
  19. clerk theophan
    clerk theophan 30 September 2014 09: 45
    -1
    Well, the fact that the technical readiness was restored and he went to sea is an absolute plus. But with the main power plant, as I understand it, nothing was done. So KTU remained. "Granites" were not dismantled either, most likely. But they wanted ... To increase the aircraft hangars. And are there (in PU) these granites ??? In general, a demonstration of the flag and, probably, training of flyers ..
  20. 00105042
    00105042 30 September 2014 09: 53
    -1
    the ship, of course, is majestic and formidable, but it’s embarrassing to watch somehow when the entire squadron accompanying it consists of a tanker, tugboats, supply ships and some ancient anti-submarine.
  21. pahom54
    pahom54 30 September 2014 10: 58
    0
    "the only ship on the planet whose pilots take off in the polar latitudes" ...

    And not only in the polar regions ... It seems to me that soon our pilots will have to take off and land in warmer places, at least in the Mediterranean Sea ...
    It is a pity, and the country has not enough time and finances - at least a couple more of these Kuz (more modern) to build ...
  22. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 30 September 2014 15: 06
    0
    Quote: sanja.grw
    He can safely enter the Black Sea, he is not an aircraft carrier in class, but an aircraft carrier, and he can pass the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles


    The irony in the comments should be understood and not set cons, if a person does not have a sense of humor, then this is for a long, if not forever.