Russia delivered Egypt missile boat P-32

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Russia sold the P-32 rocket boat to Egypt from the Navy - the only ship of the 12421 project, which is an export version of the 12411М project, the blog reports bmpd.



The boat is equipped with a mosquito anti-ship missile system with supersonic anti-ship missiles of the 3М80 family.

“Thus, Egypt became the first recipient of rocket boats of the 12411 family in the version with the Moskit SCRC, and the second foreign buyer of the Mosquito complex after China, which acquired this SCRC as part of the 956E / 956EM destroyers armament,” the blogger notes .

The P-32 (serial number 01300) was laid out for sale abroad at the end of the 80-x at the Vympel plant. After the construction was completed, 2000 g was formally included in the Navy, although in fact it was in conservation pending its buyer.

In 2006, an agreement was concluded on the sale of boats in Turkmenistan. The ship was repaired and in 2009 transferred to the Caspian. However, the Turkmen by that time had already changed their minds about buying it. From 2010 to 2013, the boat was part of the Caspian flotilla, and then transferred to the Baltic.

In 2014, the Egyptians noticed P-32, and in 2015 they signed a contract for its acquisition. In late July, the boat arrived from Baltiysk in Alexandria.



The boat P-32 of the 12421 project is still with the Russian crew in the Suez Canal at the celebrations to mark the end of the canal expansion.
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  1. +9
    15 August 2015 08: 34
    Field Marshal As-Sissi holds the right course (rapprochement between Moscow and Cairo).
    1. +8
      15 August 2015 11: 41
      And he buys FREMM, Rafaley, Thalesov and other goodies frigates from France at 4,5?

      He buys, then what the sponsor in the person of SA permits him, all purchases for the money SA. Including P-32.
      1. +1
        15 August 2015 14: 22
        Well, maybe ours and the Saudis rubbed about it. Egypt is becoming something of a Saudi bodyguard, so they are interested in strengthening it. Of course, P32 was unexpectedly fused - it has been considered in the fleet for many years, but it has never been part of the permanent readiness forces, as the entire filling on it was exported.
        1. +3
          15 August 2015 20: 12
          Quote: g1v2
          Well, maybe ours and the Saudis rubbed about it. Egypt is becoming something of a Saudi bodyguard, so they are interested in strengthening it. Of course, P32 was unexpectedly fused - it has been considered in the fleet for many years, but it has never been part of the permanent readiness forces, as the entire filling on it was exported.

          ... similarly .. hi .. to the same place with 300VM in performance already .. something tells me that this is a no-fly zone over Tel Aviv and most of Israel .. there would be heels of such as P-32 and from the ports of Israel not a single galosh would leave without permission Egypt .. range along the combined trajectory of 240 km., "Positive-ME1" at 250 sees easily, and target designation "Harpoon-B" (ZTs-25E) will provide without straining .. laughing ..
  2. +29
    15 August 2015 08: 37
    The Egyptians, like no other, are well aware of the value of such ships to the fleet.
    After all, it was in Egypt, the world's first combat launch of the P-15 "Termit" anti-ship missile system from a Soviet-built boat, on October 21, 1967, that the Israeli Navy destroyer Eilat was sunk.


    An Egyptian boat of the Komar type launches a P-15 rocket.

    1. +24
      15 August 2015 10: 44
      Quote: Tanais
      After all, it was in Egypt, the world's first combat launch of the P-15 "Termit" anti-ship missile system from a Soviet-built boat, on October 21, 1967, that the Israeli Navy destroyer Eilat was sunk.

      -------------------------
      Now the Professor will come running, prove to you that your version of events is far from reality, the destroyer did not sink, but made a planned dive ... laughing
      1. +10
        15 August 2015 10: 50
        Quote: Altona
        Now the Professor will come running, prove to you that your version of events is far from reality, the destroyer did not sink, but made a planned dive ...


        So it will be, not Professor, so the others from the gop company.

        We will be "overgrown with minuses", for the edification of those who are ready to "encroach" ...

        Alas ... Such is our destiny, mournful ...
        1. +8
          15 August 2015 10: 55
          Quote: Tanais
          Quote: Altona
          Now the Professor will come running, prove to you that your version of events is far from reality, the destroyer did not sink, but made a planned dive ...


          So it will be, not Professor, so the others from the gop company.

          We will be "overgrown with minuses", for the edification of those who are ready to "encroach" ...

          Alas ... Such is our destiny, mournful ...

          Do not worry, this fact is recorded in history. No professor can refute this. laughing
        2. +1
          15 August 2015 14: 24
          The opinion of a likely adversary is also useful to know. Consider that you receive valuable intelligence from our Israeli colleagues. wink
    2. +3
      15 August 2015 11: 32
      Quote: Tanais
      On October 21, 1967, the Israeli Navy destroyer Eilat was sunk.


      How the destroyer Eilat was sunk

      On October 21, 1967, the Israeli destroyer Eilat, with 199 crew members on board, was on duty on a patrol along the coast of the Sinai Peninsula, which was captured during the June 1967 Six Day War.
      The destroyer had a glorious history. Launched in Britain in 1943 under the name HMS Zealous in the British fleet, the destroyer participated in the deployment of Arctic convoys delivering weapons and equipment to Murmansk.

      In 1955, Israel bought a destroyer from Great Britain. Already under the name "Eilat" he became part of the Israeli Navy. A year later, during the Suez Crisis, the destroyer distinguished itself by boarding the Egyptian destroyer Ibrahim I, which inadvertently approached the Israeli port of Haifa - a case unprecedented in modern naval history. Then the Israeli sailors disembarked aboard an Egyptian warship and took them to the port of Haifa along with the captured crew. The captured destroyer under the name "Haifa" also became part of the Israeli Navy.
      In July 1967, Eilat sank two Egyptian torpedo boats with the fire of its artillery guns. But in October, the destroyer's luck changed.
      During a patrol raid, Eilat approached the Egyptian port of Port Said and was spotted by Egyptian radars.
      At 17:25, when Eilat was about 14 miles from Port Said, the Egyptian missile boat Komar, located in the port's harbor, fired the first P-15 anti-ship missile.

      The rocket hit the engine room. Four minutes later, the second missile hit the left side of the ship. Despite heavy damage, the commander of the Eilat, Lieutenant Colonel Yitzhak Shoshan, with the crew fought for the survivability of the ship. However, at 19:40, the destroyer was hit by a third missile that hit the bow of the ship. "Eilat" was engulfed in flames, and ammunition began to explode.

      The captain ordered the crew to leave the dying ship. But for the Eilat's crew, the fourth P-15 rocket became fatal, exploding in the water among lifeboats and rafts, when the destroyer's hull almost disappeared under water. The hydrodynamic shock killed many Israeli sailors who were on the rescue equipment. In total, 47 Israeli sailors were killed and about 90 were wounded as a result of the rocket attack, including the ship's captain.

      The rescue operation, which continued under the fire of the Egyptians, was attended by Israeli helicopters and torpedo boats, which managed to save the living and collect the bodies of the dead.

      Note

      According to the Israeli military, Eilat was 22 kilometers from Port Said and 3 kilometers from Egyptian territorial waters when it was hit by two P-15 Termit missiles. After being hit, "Eilat" turned up keel, but did not sink. Two hours later, the Egyptians, seeing that the ship was still afloat, fired two more missiles, one of which sent the ship to the bottom, and the second exploded on the surface of the water, injuring and killing many of the crew.
      According to the Egyptian side, "Eilat" was located at a distance of 16 km from Port Said, inside the territorial waters of Egypt. Only two missiles were fired, enough to sink an Israeli ship immediately.
  3. +7
    15 August 2015 08: 39
    The project is still not new, but rather successful. Project 1241 missile boats (code "Lightning", according to NATO classification - Tarantul-class corvettes) - a project (series) of large missile boats built at Soviet shipyards in 1979-1996 and delivered both the Navy of the USSR and export, in the fleet of USSR-friendly states.

    As part of the USSR Navy, ships were actively operated in all fleets (Baltic, Black Sea and Pacific) except the North during the 1980s and served in the coastal waters of the Soviet Union. For 2011, Project 1241 missile boats and their modifications are in service with the Russian Navy and the Navy of other states. The series consists of several subtypes that differ in composition of weapons and type of power plant.
  4. +8
    15 August 2015 08: 56
    Strange, I noticed one tendency, any military man in power begins to be friends with Russia.
    1. +2
      15 August 2015 09: 45
      Maybe "Frunzevka" finished? Where else could you study in the absence of dough? The USSR was laying the foundation for decades to come!
    2. 0
      15 August 2015 09: 49
      Quote: Alex_Rarog
      Strange, I noticed one tendency, any military man in power begins to be friends with Russia.



      Well, we were definitely not friends with Pinochet and the "black" Greek colonels ... Although then the USSR was still ...
  5. -4
    15 August 2015 08: 58
    Export ships are so export, but why from the Navy? Of course, we won’t get any full-fledged money for such a ship, but consider no military unit. Then, logically, there should be information that a new missile boat has been laid down, but is it missing or have I missed?
    1. +10
      15 August 2015 09: 16
      P-32 (serial number 01300) was mortgaged for sale abroad back in the late 80s at the Vympel plant. After completion of construction in 2000, it was formally included in the Navy, although in fact was on conservation awaiting its buyer.
      1. +2
        15 August 2015 13: 26
        They brought out the old stuff ... and thank God, the money received was used for the construction of a new RK, modern.
  6. +4
    15 August 2015 09: 19
    Quote: APASUS
    Export ships are so export, but why from the Navy?

    Is it not destiny to read the entire article? "... After the completion of construction in 2000, it was formally included in the Navy, although in fact it was mothballed awaiting its buyer ...."
    1. 0
      15 August 2015 11: 22
      Quote: Homo
      Quote: APASUS
      Export ships are so export, but why from the Navy?

      Is it not destiny to read the entire article? "... After the completion of construction in 2000, it was formally included in the Navy, although in fact it was mothballed awaiting its buyer ...."

      So to teach someone to hunt, that he himself can not afford to ??
      . From 2010 to 2013, the boat was part of the Caspian Flotilla, and then transferred to the Baltic.

      I'm not talking about the fact that the ship on preservation itself reached Egypt, probably easy preservation ?? lol
  7. +7
    15 August 2015 09: 20
    Quote: Alex_Rarog
    Strange, I noticed one tendency, any military man in power begins to be friends with Russia.

    And because the military, like no one else, knows the value of male word for support, and not empty talk about democracy, minority rights and betrayal.
  8. +5
    15 August 2015 09: 35
    R-32 missile boat - the only ship of the project

    Everything military is a ship. A ship, it is always civil.
    1. -1
      15 August 2015 09: 49
      In fact, the "ship" has its own meaning, it is a three-deck ship, unfortunately it has now been exaggerated to the point of public consciousness. A vessel is everything that has a sealed bottom, if there is a hole for the drain, it is a bath.
      1. +1
        15 August 2015 10: 02
        Quote: shasherin.pavel
        In fact, the "ship" has its own meaning, it is a three-deck ship, unfortunately it has now been exaggerated to the point of public consciousness. A vessel is everything that has a sealed bottom, if there is a hole for the drain, it is a bath.

        Well, at least make a discount! On the naval specifics, she saywink ...

        For the military, "SHIP" is the same as the analogy with "WHAT IS FLOATING" ...
      2. +3
        15 August 2015 11: 56
        Quote: shasherin.pavel
        if there is a hole

        That is kingston!
  9. +1
    15 August 2015 09: 56
    The Egyptians have good experience in using our ships in their navies .... And this boat will shoot through half of the Mediterranean Sea with "Mosquitoes" ...
    1. 0
      15 August 2015 11: 44
      In mosquitoes, a huge question. Missiles in export and domestic versions have not been manufactured for about 10 years, only maintenance. China bought 150 missiles and no longer orders. The Navy also does not order new mosquitoes.

      That is, either the P-32 is empty and will be used as a guard, to drive IG Sinai from the gun. Or he received sets of missiles from the presence of the Navy - but then the issue is in execution.
  10. -3
    15 August 2015 10: 31
    We are planning excellent relations with the United States from a position of strength, and we are selling the last ships ...
  11. +3
    15 August 2015 12: 18
    Quote: Tanais
    An Egyptian boat of the Komar type launches a P-15 rocket.

    The photo does not match the caption. On the photo RCA type "Osa"
    1. +1
      15 August 2015 12: 30
      Quote: Old26
      The photo does not match the caption. On the photo RCA type "Osa"


      Not special in the classification of individual boat projects, I used a photo from the description of the event, with this particular signature ...
  12. +2
    15 August 2015 12: 25
    Quote: Angry 55
    .... And with "Mosquitoes" this boat will shoot through just half of the Mediterranean Sea

    This is what it means to visit the Mediterranean on vacation 4 years ago. I will not go again, since it has become so shallow that the Mosquito shoots half of the Mediterranean. crying
  13. +1
    15 August 2015 12: 41
    Quote: Tanais
    Not special in the classification of individual boat projects, I used a photo from the description of the event, with this particular signature ...

    And there are no complaints about you. Take a look, http://otvaga2004.ru/atrina/atrina-sovr/aka-rka/2/. On them "mosquito" - project 183R, "Wasp" (according to our "Tsunami") - project 205
    1. +2
      15 August 2015 12: 51
      183Р Komar - a series of missile boats. It is the first missile boat in the world [1].
      It was created in 1959 on the basis of a project 183 torpedo boat, on which instead of torpedo weapons two hangar-type launchers for P-15 missiles were mounted.
      They were built at two enterprises - Plant No. 5 (Almaz) in Leningrad and Vladivostok. From 1959 to the end of 1965, 112 boats were built under this project, including project 183E - 2 units, project 183P - 58 units, project 183TP - 52 units, project 183P-TR - 2 units.

      For the first time in the history of naval wars, boats of this type have successfully used guided anti-ship missiles. On October 21, 1967, two Egyptian boats of Project 183P, No. 504, commanded by 3rd-Class Captain Ahmed Shaker Abd al-Waheda and No. 501, by the command of 1st-Class Captain Lutfi Jadall, used Termit missiles P-15 on an Israeli destroyer "Eilat" (an English-built ship of 1944, with a displacement of 1710 tons). As a result of the hits, the destroyer sank, 47 sailors were killed. [2]
      On May 13, 1970, an Israeli trawler Orit with a displacement of 183 tons was sunk by an Egyptian boat 70Р, fishing in the al-Bardawil lagoon. Killed 4 crew members.
      Later, Komar boats were used in the 1973 Arab-Israeli war.

      Just add info.
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  14. 0
    15 August 2015 15: 28
    There are buyers, we must build and sell. We also need money for the development of our fleet.
  15. 0
    15 August 2015 22: 30
    There are too many ships in the Russian fleet. To sell something that is not needed, you must first buy something that is not needed.

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