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Belarus received the first Yak-130

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Today, April 15 2015, the Belarusian Air Force received the first combat training Yak-130. The plane is located at the airport of the city of Lida. It is reported by the Belarusian defense ministry:

On April 15, the first combat training aircraft Yak-130 arrived at Lida airfield, which will go into service with the Air Force and air defense forces. The supply of these aircraft will expand the possibilities for preparing the flight personnel for operation up to promising fifth-generation aircraft.


Belarus received the first Yak-130


The delivery of the Yak-130 aircraft (and the total number of Yak-130 aircraft, which should be commissioned in Belarus in the near future, will be four) is carried out within the framework of an agreement between Moscow and Minsk on military-technical cooperation.

Training of Belarusian pilots and maintenance is carried out in the Russian training center - in the city of Zhukovsky.

Belarusian Information Agency BelTA reports that the Yak-130 arrived in Belarus unassembled on board the IL-76. Its assembly involved Russian experts.
Photos used:
function.mil.ru
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  1. Byshido_dis
    Byshido_dis April 15 2015 12: 46
    +2
    More to the fraternal people on advanced technology and weapons ...
    1. ilya_oz
      ilya_oz April 15 2015 12: 53
      +6
      It would be better if it were the region of Russia.
      1. Giant thought
        Giant thought April 15 2015 13: 05
        +6
        It’s a good thing to support the allies, a hundred times justified.
        1. gjv
          gjv April 15 2015 17: 49
          +1
          The BelTA news agency reports that the Yak-130 arrived in Belarus disassembled aboard the IL-76. It is being assembled by Russian specialists.

          In the photo in the article is the Russian Yak-130 from the Lipetsk center for combat training and retraining of personnel.
          It is strange that the author did not put a photo of the Belarusian Yak. After all, he already flew in Irkutsk.
        2. gjv
          gjv April 15 2015 17: 49
          0
          The BelTA news agency reports that the Yak-130 arrived in Belarus disassembled aboard the IL-76. It is being assembled by Russian specialists.

          In the photo in the article is the Russian Yak-130 from the Lipetsk center for combat training and retraining of personnel.
          It is strange that the author did not put a photo of the Belarusian Yak. After all, he already flew in Irkutsk.
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    2. FAZE
      FAZE April 15 2015 12: 59
      -18
      and nowhere else to push money? warriors ...
      no, well, I'm not saying that this is bad)) Russia benefits from the barrier between it and Europe, no matter how much you discuss this topic. So this is not a "gift" but just work for the future. Belarus is already almost dependent
      1. Roshchin
        Roshchin April 15 2015 13: 15
        +10
        Pan FAZE loves poles?
        1. Eugene-Eugene
          Eugene-Eugene April 15 2015 23: 53
          0
          Pan FAZE loves poles?

          And where did you get that he is from Belarus?
          Bulk, enough hooligans, hiding behind the flags of our friends. Your flag is American, and put it without embarrassment.
      2. Vitaly Anisimov
        Vitaly Anisimov April 15 2015 13: 38
        +10
        Quote: FAZE
        So this is not a "gift" but just a work for the future. Belarus is already almost dependent

        Do you want Maidan? Burn tires, etc. Belarus, Europe? .. To smash and sell everything?
        1. FAZE
          FAZE April 15 2015 16: 52
          -3
          No, not at all. The purchase of yaks will save from the Maidan and direct the level of development
          economy to heaven? We must order another dozen
          1. 0255
            0255 April 15 2015 17: 54
            +5
            Quote: FAZE
            No, not at all. The purchase of yaks will save from the Maidan and direct the level of development
            economy to heaven? We must order another dozen

            Do you think we don't need the Yak-130? Yes, we need modern air forces, and not just 4 units. Yak-130. How long can you still fly the Soviet MiG-29 and Su-25? It would be better if our "bright minds" allocated money for new planes, and not for another ice palace or "Holy Veski Dazhynki"
  2. jjj
    jjj April 15 2015 12: 47
    +1
    At first they will learn to fly on a new technique, then they will buy a new technique. And Belarus will gain strength, and Russia will earn
    1. KBR109
      KBR109 April 15 2015 13: 16
      +5
      Will they buy ?? I don’t understand, are you kidding me like that? laughing
  3. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov April 15 2015 12: 47
    +1
    Well, get a modest gift Old Man ..! (will you hug with a bucket?))))
  4. Shurik70
    Shurik70 April 15 2015 12: 47
    +2
    Old Man, though not affectionate, but also from the East and West manages to receive dividends.
    He swears in words with Russia, but in fact cooperates.
    Good for you!
    1. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov April 15 2015 13: 28
      +1
      Quote: Shurik70
      Old Man, though not affectionate, but also from the East and West manages to receive dividends.
      He swears in words with Russia, but in fact cooperates.
      Good for you!

      Thanks of course ..! hi That’s only Russia is pushing the United States .. Excuse me .. we’ll push your dad .. And we’ll take all the money ..! A lot of you in Russia have been lavish and welded ..! bully Russia is a good soul ... bully
  5. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 April 15 2015 12: 49
    +11
    These four Yak-130 will be the first aircraft received by the Belarussian Air Force during their independence since 1991. It is worth noting that the situation with the Air Force in Belarusians does not matter:
    Over the past few years, the Air Force of Belarus has written off more than fifty units of combat aircraft, not counting helicopters, having purchased at the same time, absolutely zero aircraft.

    http://afn.by/news/i/179950
    1. Not so long ago, a plane flew from Lithuania to Belarus, flew to Minsk, circled around, scattered campaign materials and flew away. "Air Defense" of Belarus did not see him.
    2. In zero in Belarus there was a huge scandal associated with falsifications of internal checks of the air defense system. Nobody really tested and tested the system. This is the real level of air defense of the republic, and not what they are trying to show in Ashuluk with all their might.
    3. High accident rate:
    2009 crashed Su-27 two corpses. Materials are classified
    2010 crashed MiG-29 pilot managed to eject
    2010 crashed MiG-29 two corpses. Materials are classified
    2011 crashed helicopter of State Border Committee five corpses
    2011 crashed Mi-24 air force three corpses
    2012 crashed Su-25 corpse. Materials are classified
    Total: 4 of the year 6 machines
    In total, the Air Force of Belarus remains: 17 MiG-29B, 12 MiG-29BM and 8 MiG-29UB (2 squadron). MiG-29BM-deep Belarusian modernization.

    17 Su-25 and 5 Su-25UB. Also about 20 Su-25 are in storage.

    The situation with the Belarusian Su-27 is not clear. After the collapse of the USSR, the country received 23 Su-27P and 5 Su-27UB. In September 2013, the operation of the Belarusian Su-27 was discontinued due to the expiration of the aircraft resource. In January 2014, a decision was made to carry out a major overhaul and modernize the Su-27. However, there were reports that Belarusians sold part of the Su-27 to Libya.

    If not for deliveries from Russia, not for our air base in Baranovichi, where 10 Su-27SM3s are located, then the Belarusians practically have no "distant hand". A similar situation is with the supply of long-range air defense systems. So, in 2005-2006, 2 S-300 divisions were delivered from the RF Armed Forces, payment on barter with the MZKT-79221 eight-axle chassis for the RS-12M1 Topol-M missile systems. Now the next delivery of 4 more S-300 divisions. Also, the delivery of 12 TOR-2ME air defense systems took place.
    1. UNFAMILIAR
      UNFAMILIAR April 15 2015 16: 37
      +1
      Quote: Novel 1977
      So, in 2005-2006, 2 S-300 divisions were delivered from the RF Armed Forces, payment on barter with the MZKT-79221 eight-axle chassis for the RS-12M1 Topol-M missile systems. Now the next delivery of 4 more S-300 divisions. Also, the delivery of 12 TOR-2ME air defense systems took place.

      And the sold S-300P division in the mid-90s means interfering with dad? As for the "military-technical" cooperation, "gifts", I hope, is not foreseen until there is no serial heavy chassis in Russia, barter is quite profitable (if this is really so), and Lukashenka will find something to feed the workers from the MZKT.
  6. Wedmak
    Wedmak April 15 2015 13: 51
    0
    And also the Yak-130 passed the first modernization.
    Last year, the aircraft was finalized at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant, part of the Irkut Corporation, and is now being tested at the M. M. LII Gromov in Zhukovsky under the development program of the shock version of the Yak-130 for foreign customers.
    http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/60925/
    1. gjv
      gjv April 15 2015 17: 36
      +1
      Yak-130 (tail number "01 red"), modified to be installed in the bow section from above in front of the laser rangefinder cabin. It is reported that tests are being carried out as part of the ROC to create a shock version of the Yak-130 in the interests of an unnamed foreign customer.
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  7. 0255
    0255 April 15 2015 14: 51
    +4
    Discussion of news about the Yak-130 on the popular Belarusian site onliner.by - Russophobia is over the top for some belay
    http://people.onliner.by/2015/04/15/sam-15
    1. KBR109
      KBR109 April 15 2015 15: 47
      +4
      Thank you for the link, read. Approximately as on the Internet about six months before Maidan. The impression is that two-thirds are maidanoids. Does everything rest on Lukashenko? Then not long before the dissection of the abscess. A couple of years. And your opinion, dear 0255?
      1. 0255
        0255 April 15 2015 17: 00
        +1
        Quote: KBR109
        And your opinion, dear 0255?

        My opinion is that Russophobia is growing, as it is not sad. Many Belarusians want to join the EU, Ukraine does not teach them anything fool
        1. KORESH80
          KORESH80 April 15 2015 21: 57
          +1
          Quote: 0255

          My opinion is that Russophobia is growing, as it is not sad. Many Belarusians want to join the EU, Ukraine does not teach them anything fool

          It’s not that Russophobia would grow (I don’t see this in the east of Belarus), but the people are very angry with the authorities. A couple of recent years, decrees and decrees have been issued one dumber than the other, moreover, contrary to the Constitution. Crises come with a frequency of 2 years. The bureaucrats sit comfortably in their places, surrounded by relatives, occasionally you can observe the show trial. The views of the majority have not been heard for a long time, the people cannot influence anything. Elections are held before their start. Normal people do not watch state channels and newspapers, so everything spills out in private conversations and in networks. Doesn’t it resemble anything?
  8. noWAR
    noWAR April 15 2015 22: 51
    0
    For each trick, there are a couple of normal ones. By the way, there is hardly a state where voiced voices are not born.