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Lipetsk Aviation Center - Su-25 attack aircraft

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The center was renamed 2010 and currently has the name of the Fourth State Order of Lenin Red Banner Center for the Training of Aviation Personnel and Military Tests of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation named after V.P. Chkalov. However, most often it is called Lipetsk Aviation Center.

Lipetsk Aviation Center conducts its history from the Center for Combat Use of the Air Force, formed April 19 1953 in Tambov. In 1954, the Center was located in Voronezh, and in 1960, the compound was relocated to Lipetsk and transformed into the Center for Combat Use and Retraining of the Air Force flight personnel.

The objectives of the Center are to conduct research, development and development of methods of combat use of the military aviation, as well as training and retraining of personnel. At present, the Center includes four air squadrons: the 1st fighter air squadron on the aircraft Su-27, Su-27UB, Su-27SM and Su-30, the 2nd fighter air squadron on the MiG-29 and MiG-29UB, 3rd bomber air squadrons on the Su-24, Su-34 and the 4th assault air squadron on the Su-25 and Su-25UB.

Lipetsk Aviation Center - Su-25 attack aircraft





















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  1. kursk87
    kursk87 April 9 2015 08: 18
    +1
    SU-25 is an excellent combat attack aircraft. But it's time to think about more advanced attack aircraft. Attack aircraft have proven effective in Afghanistan, the Chechen Republic, and in a military conflict with Georgia (despite the loss of several attack aircraft). In the current geopolitical confrontation, this is very important
    1. tchoni
      tchoni April 9 2015 08: 38
      +2
      Quote: kursk87
      But it's time to think about more advanced attack aircraft.

      Preferably unmanned ....
    2. 501Legion
      501Legion April 9 2015 09: 25
      +1
      it's time to do PAK SHA
    3. Lt. Air Force stock
      Lt. Air Force stock April 9 2015 16: 29
      0
      Quote: kursk87
      SU-25 is an excellent combat attack aircraft. But it's time to think about more advanced attack aircraft. Attack aircraft have proven effective in Afghanistan, the Chechen Republic, and in a military conflict with Georgia (despite the loss of several attack aircraft). In the current geopolitical confrontation, this is very important

      Already have a Su-34, capable of using guided bombs, missiles. The future is with precision weapons. It is better to launch 6 guided bombs and hit the targets precisely. Than to hit the area with 20+ NURami. In addition, the Su-25 has virtually no on-board electronic warfare system, they need to be covered. Su-34 is not necessary to cover.
    4. max702
      max702 April 9 2015 17: 40
      0
      The most sought-after aircraft, the lion's share of REAL sorties precisely for these aircraft ... And the forces and means for their development and production allocated ten times less than the same destroyers, bombers .. everything was practically done on bare enthusiasm, I wonder how much it would there be a more thoughtful and efficient aircraft if the same amount of money was spent on its development as for example on the MIG29?
  2. 31rus
    31rus April 9 2015 08: 29
    0
    Dear, yes attack aircraft, will be in service for a long time, and a bunch of UAV-attack aircraft, in general a new area, good luck and peaceful sky to our pilots
  3. Alexey M
    Alexey M April 9 2015 10: 11
    +1
    The best attack aircraft in the world today !!!!!!!!!!!!
    With that set of attachments, this is the most versatile machine.
    1. bolat19640303
      bolat19640303 April 9 2015 11: 48
      +1
      I do not know why the "experts" minus, the Su-25 showed itself excellently in combat work. With the new sighting and navigation system, it is capable of working in limited visibility and at night. What is the alternative to it? Yak-130?
      Probably confused "Rook" with "Warthog" (A-10 Thunderbolt)).
      1. Foxbet
        Foxbet April 10 2015 12: 57
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        Quote: bolat19640303
        What is the alternative to it? Yak-130?


        The Yak-130 is generally a training machine. Although able to conduct hostilities.
  4. sanja.grw
    sanja.grw April 9 2015 12: 10
    +5
    The Rooks Have Arrived
  5. stpv1
    stpv1 April 9 2015 13: 54
    +1
    My deep respect for the well-deserved aircraft! However, if we compare his electronics with the notorious A-10, then our car is inferior to him. Rook needs modernization, modern avionics, an aiming navigation system, night vision system.
    Played the game LockOn (flight simulator) A-10 electronics makes it more efficient, easier to aim, easier to hit targets without entering the air defense zone. Modernization of the Su-25 in the form of the Su-39 is a very heavy machine, flies like an iron
    1. Alexey M
      Alexey M April 9 2015 15: 13
      0
      Please. wink
      In January 1986, by decision of the military-industrial complex under the Council of Ministers of the USSR, work began on an all-weather, capable of operating at any time of day, modification of the Su-25T, which received the designation Su-25TM (factory - T8TM). The installation of a new avionics and an expanded range of weapons was envisaged on the new machine. The developed machine was required to reliably overcome enemy air defense and the effective use of weapons in the target zone. As well as the possibility of flying at low altitude with enveloping the terrain.

      In the early 90s, two Su-25T gliders: T8M-1 and T8M-4 were converted into T8TM-1 and T8TM-2, respectively. The first flight on an experimental T8TM-1 aircraft was performed on February 4, 1991 by Anatoly Alexandrovich Ivanov, Sukhoi Design Bureau test pilot.

      In 1993, equipment for the serial production of T8TM (Su-25TM) aircraft was prepared at the aviation plant in Ulan-Ude. And on August 15, 1995, the T8TM-3 pre-production aircraft made its first flight. From the same year, the car received a new official name - Su-39.

      In 1995, the Aviaavtomatika Design Bureau began developing a weapon control system, which received the designation SUO-39P. Flight tests of new equipment at the GLITS MO began on October 21, 1998 (T8TM-4 machine, the first flight on March 25, 1998).

      Currently, tests of the Su-39 are ongoing.

      There is a project to finalize the Su-25T to the Su-25TM (Su-39).
      But in general there are a lot of modifications of the su-25.
  6. Foxbet
    Foxbet April 10 2015 12: 54
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    Quote: stpv1
    modernization of the Su-25 in the form of the Su-39 is a very heavy machine, flies like an iron


    Tested by piloting, or how ???
  7. hoshinokoe
    hoshinokoe April 11 2015 00: 22
    0
    Flight simulator, all things.
    It’s the same as comparing WWII tanks for the game Wold of tanks.
  8. vik669
    vik669 April 12 2015 03: 03
    0
    Quote: stpv1
    very heavy machine flying like an iron

    Yes, and stroking lightly and smoothly!