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Artillery and anti-aircraft missile systems appeared on the Indian aircraft carrier "Vikramaditya"

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The Indian Navy completed the first (after being commissioned) modernization of the aircraft carrier Vikramaditya, the former Russian aircraft carrier Cruiser Admiral Gorshkov, reports MIC with reference to the Indian commander fleet Murugesana.



Murugesan said that “in the process of modernization, the ship was equipped with Russian 30-mm six-barrel automatic ship-based artillery systems AK-630 and Israeli ship-based missile-launched Barak-1 artillery systems”.

“In the near future, Vikramaditya will be ready to return to service,” he added.

Help newspaper: “The aircraft carrier arrived in India in January 2014 of the year. The supply contract was signed on 2004. Under the terms of the agreement, India received the ship free of charge, but paid for its repair and modernization in Russia, as well as the delivery of MiG-29K / KUB carrier-based fighters, Ka-27 and Ka-31 helicopters intended for basing on the aircraft carrier. "
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  1. Mayer1980
    Mayer1980 16 July 2015 14: 55
    +15
    Hindus cunning guys-) love hodgepodge
    1. jjj
      jjj 16 July 2015 15: 00
      +2
      Interestingly, the deck cover remained the same or were ripped off and a new one laid down? And then they can remain without an air wing
      1. KERTAK
        KERTAK 16 July 2015 15: 31
        +5
        The main thing that he served them faithfully and for many years to him
        1. Motherland Russia
          Motherland Russia 16 July 2015 17: 47
          +5
          And for the benefit of BRICS ...
          1. Grandfather bear
            Grandfather bear 16 July 2015 18: 32
            +4
            One single ocean and already an aircraft carrier, another is under construction. With our participation it seems.

            And how many oceans does Russia have? And the seas?
            What about aircraft carriers?
            That's it.
        2. Duke
          Duke 16 July 2015 20: 41
          +7
          Barak - Israeli ship-based anti-aircraft missile system designed to conduct object-based air defense of ships from aircraft, anti-ship missiles and guided bombs. A ground version of the system has been developed.
          The Barak air defense missile system was developed jointly by the IAI and Rafael firms. It was adopted by the Israeli Navy in 1987 and is in service with the Navy of India, Singapore, Taiwan, Venezuela. The first complex delivered to India was installed on the Indian aircraft carrier Viraat.
          The launch of Barak anti-aircraft missiles is carried out from a vertical launch installation. When in the TPK, the wings and rudders of the rocket are folded. An interceptor missile is a two-stage solid fuel missile equipped with an active homing radar. After launch, the Barak rocket performs vertical climb for 0,6 s, and then turns on a combat course.
          When intercepting an air defense system, Barak uses an EL / M-2248 multi-purpose surveillance, tracking and guidance radar (MF-STAR) manufactured by ELTA Systems, which consists of four fixed antenna arrays.
          Advanced Barak air defense systems can shoot down planes, ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, guided aerial bombs, unmanned aerial vehicles and helicopters of the enemy within a radius of up to 10 km in difficult weather conditions at any time of the day. The defeat sector is 360 °.
          The cost of the Barak air defense system is about 24 million dollars, the Barak rocket has a cost of about 1,6 million dollars per unit
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    3. sub307
      sub307 16 July 2015 20: 25
      0
      Not only buy:
      "The Indian Air Force has adopted the Akash short-range anti-aircraft missile systems developed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) of India.
      The development of the Akash anti-aircraft missile system, designed to combat aircraft, helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles, has been underway since 1984. There is an opinion that the Indian air defense system was constructed on the basis of the 2 Soviet 12K1971E “Square” anti-aircraft missile system.
      The complex includes a fire control center, a multifunctional radar station, three rocket launchers, communication and support vehicles. A phased array radar allows you to simultaneously track up to 64 targets and guidance up to 12 missiles.
      Akash is capable of engaging targets at low and medium altitudes at a distance of 25 kilometers, being the only air defense system fully developed by Indian enterprises. By 2030, the Indian military intends to arm itself with XNUMX Akash to protect critical facilities. "
      http://www.popmech.ru/weapon/181971-indiyskie-voennye-poluchili-sobstvennye-zrk/
      ? utm_source = popmech & utm_medium = rss & utm_campaign = public-all-articles
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  2. ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 16 July 2015 14: 55
    +12
    anti-aircraft missile systems ship-based "Barak-1

    Was it really named after that? belay
    1. A-Sim
      A-Sim 16 July 2015 14: 59
      +5
      It can be camouflaged under a barrack type building.
    2. An60
      An60 16 July 2015 15: 04
      +5
      Bow "Barack 1", stern "Obama 0". laughing
    3. Trailer
      Trailer 16 July 2015 15: 19
      0
      Stalin's?
    4. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 16 July 2015 15: 53
      +6
      Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
      anti-aircraft missile systems ship-based "Barak-1

      Was it really named after that? belay

      "Barak" in Hebrew is lightning.
      1. jjj
        jjj 16 July 2015 19: 22
        +3
        I remember still Alexei Maksimovich prophetically wrote:
        "The petrel soars proudly
        BLACK LIGHTNING is like ... "
  3. PROSTEEL
    PROSTEEL 16 July 2015 15: 00
    +2
    Oh, and in vain Boris Nikolaevich gave "Gorshkov" to the Indians, now they would modernize it for themselves ...
    1. Yuri from Volgograd
      Yuri from Volgograd 16 July 2015 15: 15
      +3
      Yes xs, under Boris it would hardly be.
      In general, I was surprised by the present, how was it invented to sell it for free?
      Is it really worthy to take off for modernization?
      1. veksha50
        veksha50 16 July 2015 15: 38
        +4
        Quote: Yuri from Volgograd
        Is it really worthy to take off for modernization?


        And for the modernization, and for the aircraft ...

        And so ... his fate could be deplorable ... so it’s better than rusting somewhere in the back ...
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 16 July 2015 17: 57
      +3
      What would they upgrade from? Pot then had two ways:

      - still squeeze the Indians for perestroika
      - go in tow to India, to Alang, on the last trip, like Condors.
  4. pomegranate
    pomegranate 16 July 2015 15: 00
    +17
    Here are the Indians at our enterprise in Moscow, they accept the SSO "Saturn" and "Moon" for Vikramaditya! (Personally photographed)
  5. pomegranate
    pomegranate 16 July 2015 15: 05
    +3
    ,,,,,,,,,,,,
  6. pomegranate
    pomegranate 16 July 2015 15: 06
    +2
    ,,,,,,,,,,
  7. PROSTEEL
    PROSTEEL 16 July 2015 15: 07
    +5
    Quote: jjj
    Interestingly, the deck cover remained the same or were ripped off and a new one laid down? And then they can remain without an air wing


    New put :)
    Yes, there almost the whole new ship turned out.
    1. jjj
      jjj 16 July 2015 17: 06
      +1
      At the insistence of the Indian side, the deck was coated, which began to fly off pieces. After the first running, bald spots appeared. The Indians did not give anything to change. So interestingly, they still replaced this coating, or so they will fly
  8. Normal ok
    Normal ok 16 July 2015 15: 12
    +1
    And what about the power plant. Working?
    1. pomegranate
      pomegranate 16 July 2015 15: 15
      +6
      They were replaced
      Steam turbines: 4 × 50 liters. with.
      Turbogenerators: 6 × 1500 kW
      Diesel generators: 6 × 1500 kW
      1. jjj
        jjj 16 July 2015 17: 07
        0
        Now everyone is interested in what happened after Severodvinsk
        1. dvina71
          dvina71 16 July 2015 22: 32
          +2
          I explain .. In the boilers, at the insistence of the Indians, the walls were laid with asbestos-free bricks. China production .. During the tests, he swam, the boilers began to fail. One was repaired directly at sea and returned to the factory.
          There, Chinese bricks were thrown out and overlaid with those that were prescribed by the manufacturer.
          The problems disappeared.
  9. PROSTEEL
    PROSTEEL 16 July 2015 15: 15
    -1
    Quote: Normal ok
    And what about the power plant. Working?


    Yeah ... After the ovens fell apart during the tests, I had to do everything honestly. laughing
    1. vadson
      vadson 16 July 2015 17: 34
      +1
      most likely by the mind, as far as I remember it was Indians then the reins got under the tail
    2. atesterev
      atesterev 16 July 2015 20: 01
      +4
      Firstly, not stoves but boilers,
      secondly, there the lining (lining of the combustion zone) flew,
      thirdly, turkeys insisted on this decision,
      in the fourth after the Chinese brick, they gladly accepted our technologies
      1. Cat man null
        Cat man null 16 July 2015 20: 05
        -1
        Quote: atesterev
        Firstly, not stoves but boilers,
        secondly, there the lining (lining of the combustion zone) flew,
        thirdly, turkeys insisted on this decision,
        in the fourth after the Chinese brick, they gladly accepted our technologies

        So them, the victims of the exam .. "according to his tinsel, according to the tinsel .. Ce la vie" (c) Strugatsky, "Monday ..."

        good
  10. Hannibal Lecter
    Hannibal Lecter 16 July 2015 15: 27
    +3
    Manditia would have sounded worse.
    1. bubla5
      bubla5 16 July 2015 16: 33
      0
      And Mandalayne is better
  11. Denis_469
    Denis_469 16 July 2015 15: 42
    +3
    The Israelis threw the Indians with the Israeli air defense systems. Those air defense systems that were installed on the aircraft carrier were removed from the decommissioned Indian ships, one of which was specially written off ahead of time in order to remove the Barak-1 air defense system from it and install it on the aircraft carrier. Air defense systems ordered in Israel were not delivered to India. India ordered new air defense systems for an aircraft carrier in Israel, but did not receive it. And it is unlikely to receive. Therefore, they decided to put the old Israeli air defense systems from the decommissioned ships.
    1. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 16 July 2015 15: 56
      +1
      Quote: Denis_469
      The Israelis threw the Indians with the Israeli air defense systems. Those air defense systems that were installed on the aircraft carrier were removed from the decommissioned Indian ships, one of which was specially written off ahead of time in order to remove the Barak-1 air defense system from it and install it on the aircraft carrier. Air defense systems ordered in Israel were not delivered to India. India ordered new air defense systems for an aircraft carrier in Israel, but did not receive it. And it is unlikely to receive. Therefore, they decided to put the old Israeli air defense systems from the decommissioned ships.

      Where is this fake from? request ?
      1. Denis_469
        Denis_469 16 July 2015 17: 21
        0
        Oddly enough, from India and Israel.

        "" An air defense system will be installed on an aircraft carrier from another ship, which is about to expire. "" The system is working, and we have such plans. "

        So this is not a fake. This is reality.
      2. Denis_469
        Denis_469 16 July 2015 17: 26
        +1
        The air defense systems installed on the aircraft carrier were removed from the Indian frigate "Godavari" decommissioned for this purpose. From it, both launchers and a radar station are installed on the aircraft carrier. The anti-aircraft missiles themselves for the complex were also taken from the decommissioned patrol ship.

        I understand that it’s unpleasant to realize that Israel is throwing weapons and not fulfilling contracts, but it’s real.
  12. jovanni
    jovanni 16 July 2015 16: 13
    +4
    But actually handsome! Sorry, spruce fallen ...
  13. NDR-791
    NDR-791 16 July 2015 16: 37
    +6
    I, of course, put a plus on the article, and precisely for the fact that ours STILL CAN !!! Roosevelt said even before "Harbor": Who owns the ocean, he owns the world. To be honest, we were a great maritime power, but "through I can not." And if they wanted her to stay, they would have stayed. BUT: The best drg of the "iron lady" ruined what had been done for centuries. And this starts not with Peter, but also with the Hansa of Novgorod. Who remembers kissing a daisy with the first president? I think many of those present. And who remembers the speech of the daisy in parliament 79m? : "A population of 15 million is quite enough for Russia." For example, I remember my grandfather's indignation - I was 10 years old, but he owned an English language and in the "international panorama" listened not to what Bovin was saying, but to the voice in the frame between the translation and the comments ...
    Now, for the last 5 years, judging by the accumulated information, I got the impression that the military industry forces working for OUR OBORN are mainly involved in the air defense and the Strategic Missile Forces (including the underwater component). - We keep "to inflict unacceptable damage from under the air defense-missile defense umbrella" in force, and this is still the main thing. And then we do not know what we need ... From a purely human point of view, it is clear - do not climb and there will be no problems, but then why do we need "Mistrals" and even outdated in the 80s? Why are aircraft carriers intended to cover amphibious operations if you know which ones? where? and most importantly why?
    Here, in order not to lose the experience of their construction, as well as the entire range of weapons equipment, etc., then of course. To do this, work is definitely necessary and it turns out not just for money, but also for the future that you cannot predict.
    1. hrych
      hrych 16 July 2015 18: 17
      +4
      Quote: NDR-791
      Who owns the ocean, owns the world.

      And who owns the true earthly firmness, what owns? By the way, it only seems to them that they own the ocean, there in the depths lies a Dolphin with Sineva and Borey with a Mace and not only ...
  14. LINKor55
    LINKor55 16 July 2015 18: 05
    +1
    I do not understand the free transfer of the ship. And many forgiveness of debts. It was estimated at about 1,5 billion back then (from memory). Even dumber than the French act: to build the Mistral and not give back because of sanctions. Keep expensive? Yes do not make me laugh. As Professor Preobrazhensky said: you need to work, then there will be no ruin.
  15. AZB15
    AZB15 16 July 2015 18: 42
    -1
    Dear! And what about the boat in that thing that is above the island under the antennas (so big, like a cylindrical one)?
  16. Manul
    Manul 16 July 2015 19: 03
    +1
    Where do Indian pilots train? Do they have their own "Thread", or do they rent from us?
  17. Old26
    Old26 16 July 2015 20: 05
    +1
    Quote: Grandfather Bear
    One single ocean and already an aircraft carrier, another is under construction. With our participation it seems.

    C6 now one and plus one more (atomic) and both, as I understand it WITHOUT OUR PARTICIPATION
  18. Barakuda
    Barakuda 16 July 2015 21: 45
    +1
    There is an opinion that the Indian air defense system was constructed on the basis of the Soviet anti-aircraft missile system 2K12E “Square” of the 1971 model

    What "Square"? Everything there is on lamps and in silver-colored waveguides from the inside. there the mathematics is completely different. Well, if they like the "Cube" according to the algorithm, then please let them sculpt the last century on microprocessors.
  19. Wolka
    Wolka 17 July 2015 04: 43
    0
    glorious boat, sorry sold to chess players ...
  20. Markiz_A
    Markiz_A 17 July 2015 06: 20
    +1
    Despite the fact that the Israeli complex is already almost 30 and it is certainly more expensive than our air defense systems, the Indians still preferred to buy it. Maybe the assertions of our military that our complexes are "the best" are a little wrong?
    1. Denis_469
      Denis_469 17 July 2015 09: 56
      0
      No. It’s just that Israelis are big lovers in envelopes.