Nuclear submarine missile cruisers "Antey" completed the preparatory stage of the exercises of the forces of the Northern Fleet

Representative of the North fleet Russian Federation, Captain 1st Rank Vadim Serga said that two nuclear submarine missile cruisers of Project 949A Antei carried out testing of interaction with marine aircraft aviation and diesel submarine.


Nuclear submarine missile cruisers "Antey" completed the preparatory stage of the exercises of the forces of the Northern Fleet


"According to the legend of the exercises, the naval strike group of the conditional enemy was designated by the vessels providing for the Northern Fleet - tankers" Manych "and" Kama ", - he cites "Military Industrial Courier".

The captain noted that the crews of the diesel submarine of the Kola Flotilla of heterogeneous forces and the long-range anti-submarine aircraft of the Northern Fleet naval aviation Tu-142 received the task of detecting ships of the conditional enemy. Naval pilots and submariners tested skills to highlight the surface situation in various conditions of warfare at sea and transfer guidance data to heterogeneous shock forces.

“Crews of nuclear submarine missile cruisers have worked out practical deployment actions for launching a missile strike from a submerged position on ship groups of a conditional enemy. This episode of command and staff exercises of heterogeneous forces of the Northern Fleet was the final preparatory stage before the actual shooting of the crews of nuclear-powered submarine missile cruisers at target positions. Rocket firing practical weapons will be executed by the forces of the Federation Council in the near future. They are planned in the framework of the command-staff exercises of heterogeneous forces of the Northern Fleet, which began on September 14, ”he added.
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  1. tlauicol 17 September 2015 05: 56 New
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    I wonder what kind of boat? rearm them or Granite shoot in the old way?
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    2. kote119 17 September 2015 07: 55 New
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      Voronezh and Smolensk
      1. tlauicol 17 September 2015 08: 05 New
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        thank. logical - there are no others in the ranks. mean granite
  2. A1L9E4K9S 17 September 2015 05: 58 New
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    Work guys and learn, let the enemies look from the side and beware even with an oblique look at Russia, in words they are all brave, they are going to new campaigns to Moscow, but in reality they are afraid to get p ... leu, weak in the nerves.
  3. polkovnik manuch 17 September 2015 06: 10 New
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    “To study, study and study again,” - as V.I. Lenin bequeathed
  4. Zaurbek 17 September 2015 06: 36 New
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    I read that amers have a universal rocket mine (on new boats), you can put 1 ballistic or 4-5 tomogawks (in the cassette in the same mine). making the strategic boat a very flexible weapon. And, given that the strategist is a large vessel, it turns into a large repository of the Kyrgyz Republic. Ours are moving in this direction?
    1. tlauicol 17 September 2015 06: 50 New
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      7 Tomahawks per mine, + minisubmarin per 100 fur seals. but the mines are redone
    2. PSih2097 17 September 2015 14: 17 New
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      Quote: Zaurbek
      I read that amers have a universal rocket mine (on new boats), you can put 1 ballistic or 4-5 tomogawks (in the cassette in the same mine).

      The first four Ohio boats from Trident-1 were converted into SSGNs during 2002-2008 during major repairs. On September 26, 2002, the US Navy entered into a contract with Electric Boat for $ 442,9 million to complete the first phase of the conversion of the SSBN 726 to SSGN. Additionally, in 2002, $ 355 million was allocated for the program. $ 2003 million was allocated in fiscal 825, $ 2004 million in 936, $ 505 million in 2005, and $ 170 million in fiscal 2006. As a result, the average cost of re-equipping one boat in a submarine was about $ 800 million.
      It was like this...


      It became so ...


  5. roskot 17 September 2015 07: 52 New
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    Not a day without teachings. Want peace, get ready for war.
  6. Darwin 17 September 2015 09: 24 New
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    APRK project 949A Antey
    Oscar II class SSGN.svg
    K-186 "Omsk"
    K-186 "Omsk"
    Project
    Country
    Flag of the Soviet Union.svg USSR
    Flag of Russia.svg Russia
    Years in service since 1986
    Scheduled by 18
    Built 11
    1 losses
    Main characteristics
    Displacement 14 t
    Full displacement 24 tons
    Xnumx length m
    18,2 width m
    Draft 9,2 m
    Power plant 2 OK-650V reactors with a capacity of 190 MW each
    total rated power 98 liters. with.
    Surface speed 15 knots
    Underwater speed 32 knots
    Working depth 500-520 m [1]
    Depth limit 600 m [1]
    Autonomy of swimming 120 days
    130 crew
    weaponry
    Missile armament 12 twin launchers RCC
    complex P-700 "Granite"
    only 24 ZM-45 missiles
    Mine-torpedo armament 2 × 650 mm and 4 × 533 mm TA
    total 28 torpedoes
    1. kote119 17 September 2015 09: 54 New
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      if you are talking about all the granites then what does Omsk have to do with it, where does such a transfer come from?
    2. kote119 17 September 2015 13: 00 New
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      that the crew is too big, and 24 twin pu are in doubt
      1. PSih2097 17 September 2015 14: 24 New
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        Quote: kote119
        that the crew is too big, and 24 twin pu are in doubt

        see for yourself ...

        1. kote119 17 September 2015 15: 12 New
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          here show paired pu on this infographic, in my opinion they have 12 containers in one row on-board, regarding the crew - 118 submariners died on the Kursk, that is, according to your information, they went to sea with not equipped crew, while these 118 died The submariners included field officers and civilian specialists?
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  7. smoke break 17 September 2015 15: 18 New
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    With a photograph of the article, the lapsus is on the image of the Tver apprc, and this is a cruiser from the Pacific Fleet bully