"Admiral Gorshkov" will pass the final test in the White Sea

The lead frigate of the 22350 project has entered the White Sea today to carry out the final stages of state tests of equipment and weapons, reports MIC With reference to the representative of the Federation Council Vadim Sergu.




“On board the frigate Admiral Gorshkov, in addition to crew members, are industry representatives who oversee the progress of the tests. On September 30, the ship completed the inter-naval transition from Baltiysk to Severodvinsk and temporarily became part of the forces of the White Sea Naval Base of the North fleet. During the inter-naval transition, the navigation system, communications and radar systems were checked on the frigate, ”said Serga.

“According to the results of the final stages of state tests, a decision will be made to admit the ship to the fleet,” he noted.

The officer recalled that “the frigate passed sea trials in the Baltic, where he successfully conducted artillery and rocket firing and worked out the fight against submarines along with the sea aviation Baltic Fleet. "

Help "MIC": “Admiral Gorshkov” was laid at the start of 2006 of the year and launched in the fall of 2010. For the first time, a new ship was launched in November 2014. The 4,5 frigate with a displacement of thousands of tons can reach speeds up to 29 nodes, and is armed with 16 Onyx or Caliber missiles, as well as the Polimen Redut air defense system. ”
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  1. Bys
    Bys 20 October 2015 17: 18 New
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    well done of course, well, very long
    1. Kostyar 20 October 2015 17: 22 New
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      But in NATO they will again be surprised !!!
      1. gg.na 20 October 2015 18: 08 New
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        And surprise Nat belay and the quality will be on top good ! That’s why and for a long time! And if such a boat tyap blunder can be done then quickly ... That will only be tyap-blunder!
    2. GSH-18 20 October 2015 18: 41 New
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      and armed with 16 Onyx missiles or "Caliber"

      What is that supposed to mean? Gauges start vertically from glasses, and Onyxes from horizontal inclined PUs? In addition, the "Caliber" subsonic KR, and the "Onyx" hypersonic RCC! In general, everything is different. So what will they arm him with?
      1. Wiruz 20 October 2015 18: 55 New
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        I don’t know if Caliber has limitations on the type of launch, but Onyx starts both vertically and at an angle, both at 60 and 30 degrees (here I’m about, by eye).

        And in what place is Onyx hypersonic? What, Mach 2,5-2,9 suddenly became hypersound? I remember recently, on some of the foreign sites there was information saying that Onyx in the final section accelerates to 4,5 Machs, but this is not hypersonic

        hi
        1. GSH-18 20 October 2015 19: 13 New
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          Quote: Wiruz
          I don’t know if Caliber has limitations on the type of launch, but Onyx starts both vertically and at an angle, both at 60 and 30 degrees (here I’m about, by eye).

          It will hurt my eyes. Let's be more precise. Onyxes are anti-ship missiles. Onyx anti-ship missiles are 8,2 meters long and weigh 3 tons.


          "Caliber" of the Kyrgyz Republic is from their entire range of 6-meter rockets.


          So how to unify PU (difference in length-2 meters) and controls?
          1. Wiruz 20 October 2015 19: 29 New
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            The hole will be painful. Let's be more precise. Onyxes are anti-ship missiles. Onyx anti-ship missiles are 8,2 meters long and weigh 3 tons.
            "Caliber" of the Kyrgyz Republic is from their entire range of 6-meter rockets.

            Honestly, I hardly understand how your post is connected with the previous one, but still I put my three pennies.

            So you say that Onyx is a hyper-RCC (by the way, you didn’t say where, in your opinion hypersound begins). Yes, the mass is 3 tons, and the length is more than 8 meters. And what? Granite, it weighs 7 tons, and it is 10 meters long, they have the same speeds, although the P-700 has a range of more than 500 km (and few people know the real Onyx range).

            As for Caliber, well, I’ll open a terrible secret, known, apparently, to everyone except you. There is also the RCC Caliber. Can you imagine? In narrow circles "3M54" is called. Its length is also more than 8 meters, weight 2,3 tons, range and speed ... well, google to help you. Just keep in mind that all you find is the performance characteristics of an export rocket. We turn on logic and fantasy (the order does not play a role) and we get that the non-export RCC Caliber flies, well, at least 500km, and at the end is supersonic.

            By the way, the Caliber that is 6 meters long is an export 3M14E, "ours" will be more authentic, almost like 3M54 (by eye)

            hi
          2. opus 20 October 2015 21: 18 New
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            Quote: GSH-18
            "Caliber" of the Kyrgyz Republic is from their entire range of 6-meter rockets.

            6,20 m = only "E", which is for export,
            under NATO, the TA E1 standard is even shorter. 54E -8,22 m "not included in NATO"
            "Tomahawk" (more precisely, its protective starting capsule) - diameter 21 inches (533 mm), length 20 feet 6 inches (246 inches = 6,25 m) originates from the TA for the Mark 14 in 1931, when the US Navy adopted the 533-mm Mark 14 anti-ship torpedo boat.

            Ours is longer.
            Grenade (3M10) 8,09 m, 53-65K = 7,945 m, TE-2 with a detachable (boat) towed telecontrol coil - 8,3 m, etc.

            3M14 is similar (like a twin) to 3M10 and 3M10B2.
            those. from 7,2 to 8,1 m

            UPU 3S-14 vertical launch can take various types of missiles in the transport launch tubes (TPS) SM-324 or in TPS 3C-44 of various modifications (R length up to 9m)

            The 3C-14K universal deck launcher - a vertical universal PU launcher (modular) is designed to accommodate four 3C-44 or SM-324 TPNs on a cushioned platform with missiles for various purposes (R length up to 9m)
            data on "E"
          3. SIvan 20 October 2015 21: 50 New
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            Quote: GSH-18
            Caliber "KR is from their entire range of 6-meter rockets.

            No, ZM-54AE, for example, has a length of ~ 8m
        2. GSH-18 20 October 2015 19: 19 New
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          Quote: Wiruz
          And in what place is Onyx hypersonic?

          Onyx is an export option. Like the "Club-k" flying only 300 km, unlike the "Caliber". Feel the difference. On our ships will be "Yakhont" and its performance characteristics are not declassified. Written about him in the Internet is taken from the Onyx.
          1. Wiruz 20 October 2015 19: 34 New
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            Onyx is an export option. On our ships will be "Yakhont" and its performance characteristics are not declassified

            As my physics teacher said "That's exactly the same thing, just the opposite."

            Onyx is for sebe. Yakhont (based on Onyx) - for export. BrahMos (based on Yakhont + Indian sticker) - Indians.

            bully
          2. opus 21 October 2015 00: 13 New
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            Quote: GSH-18
            On our ships will be "Yakhont"

            Dimensions Yakhont and Onyx are the same, the rocket is the same. Rocket 3M55 / ZM55E (limited range)

            the limitation on the SRMT is solved differently (not smaller):
            Beep
            self-liquidator
            "smaller" TK tank (capacity is stupidly selected .. "foamed"?)
            Quote: GSH-18
            Written about him in the Internet is taken from the Onyx.

            Launch of anti-ship missiles 3M55 "Onyx" with RTOs "Nakat" pr.1234.7 in 1996
      2. Falcon 21 October 2015 08: 29 New
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        Quote: GSH-18
        What is that supposed to mean? Gauges start vertically from glasses, and Onyxes from horizontal inclined PUs? In addition, the "Caliber" subsonic KR, and the "Onyx" hypersonic RCC! In general, everything is different. So what will they arm him with?


        There is a universal PU. Everything is launched from it. In the future, I hope they will launch the 48n6 SAM

  2. remy 20 October 2015 17: 19 New
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    I agree for a long time. But here the main thing is not to rush. almost ready. here the fundamentals for the destroyer are being worked out on the basis of this project.
    1. Wiruz 20 October 2015 18: 47 New
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      here the fundamentals for the destroyer are being worked out on the basis of this project.

      Your words, as they say ...
    2. remy 20 October 2015 21: 16 New
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      only here is the problem in the engines. we have analogues. but more aviation. and generally between repair cycles no more than 4000 hours.
      and all responsible GTE remained in Ukraine - GP NPKG "Zorya" - "Mashproekt"
      DR59 - 12316 hours
      DZh59 (afterburner 22500 hp) - 12872 hours (x 2 on BOD pr. 1155)
      DG90 (marching 9000 hp) - 14199 hours (x 2 on BOD pr. 1155)

      in short, I don’t like my personal conclusions about our future destroyers!
  3. MIKHAN 20 October 2015 17: 20 New
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    It goes beautifully, and most importantly, what's inside it!
    1. Duke 20 October 2015 17: 30 New
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      Frigates project 22350 - Multipurpose frigates of the far sea zone, designed for the rearmament of the Russian Navy.
      Main characteristics
      Displacement 4500 tons (full)
      135 m length (longest)
      16 width m
      Draft 4,5 m
      Engines Diesel-Gas Turbine Power Plant (CODAG)
      Power 65 000 l. with. (general)
      2 diesel engine 10D49 power on 5200 l. with.,
      2 GTE M90FR with a capacity of 27 liters. with.
      29 nodes travel speed
      Cruising range 4000 nautical miles (at 14 knots)
      Crew 180-210 people
      weaponry
      Artillery 1 × 1-130mm AU A-192
      Missile armament of up to 16 anti-ship missiles ZM55 "Onyx" or 3M54 (family "Caliber-NK"),
      SAM "Poliment-Redut" (32 9M96 missiles or up to 128 9M100 missiles in any combination),
      2 ZRAK "Broadsword"
      Anti-submarine weapons up to 16 anti-submarine missiles 91RE1 (Caliber-NK family),
      2x4 PU complex PLO and PTZ "Package-NK"
      Aviation Group 1 Ka-27PL helicopter
      1. Wiruz 20 October 2015 18: 43 New
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        And still, his air defense systems haunt me. Too fat cells there for 9m96m, whose diameter does not exceed a quarter meter request
        1. Falcon 21 October 2015 08: 34 New
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          Quote: Wiruz
          And still, his air defense systems haunt me. Too fat cells there for 9m96m, whose diameter does not exceed a quarter meter request


          You probably confuse accelerated redoubts with ss-14. They’re not fat. just in diameter



          But the ss-14 is certainly larger, but they do not put 9m96 there either

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  4. venaya 20 October 2015 17: 22 New
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    “Sea trials frigate passed in the Baltic

    It is urgent to improve the quality of sea trials, passing through to the Mediterranean. There will be more warmer and more useful.
  5. A-Sim 20 October 2015 17: 26 New
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    Seven Feet Keel.
  6. Thronekeeper 20 October 2015 17: 29 New
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    Yes. Very strong ship. The thief corresponds to the EM project "Arly Boeck" or the Ave. of the Ticonderoga Ave., heavy complexes of anti-ship missiles and air defense / missile defense with a missile defense system, a PLO complex. It can be used for strategic defense, especially effective off the coast of the enemy, intercept ICBMs on an active site. Indispensable in closed waters, where it provides the closure of the sky and the sea. At the Franks and the United States frigates did not stand nearby.
    I am glad that this ship was sent for state testing. The limited range and "non-squadron" thing is relative, the ship is technological and refuel without a headache, which allows the projection of force to provide.
    Notable positive event.
    1. Wiruz 20 October 2015 18: 45 New
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      Yes. Very strong ship. The thief corresponds to the EM project "Arly Boeck" or the Ave. of the Ticonderoga Ave., heavy complexes of anti-ship missiles and air defense / missile defense with a missile defense system, a PLO complex. It can be used for strategic defense, especially effective off the coast of the enemy, intercept ICBMs on an active site. Indispensable in closed waters, where it provides the closure of the sky and the sea. At the Franks and the United States frigates did not stand nearby.

      Forgot to mention the destruction of the Death Stars by the exact hit of a shell in the main reactor laughing
    2. red_october 20 October 2015 19: 23 New
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      Alas, the Arly Burke project with a displacement of 9 thousand tons carries more than 70 cruise missiles against 16 pcs. at our 22350; "Ticonderoga" and even more - 122 missiles.

      Only Admiral Nakhimov modernized TARK 1144.2 will have such indicators, then, apparently, Peter the Great and 3 1164 cruisers, if they are upgraded by Caliber.

      But 22350 needs to be built, and a lot, especially since it is the largest warship that we have mastered from scratch. And that is a lot.
    3. mav1971 20 October 2015 19: 44 New
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      Quote: Thronekeeper
      Yes. Very strong ship. The thief corresponds to the EM project "Arly Boeck" or the Ave. of the Ticonderoga Ave., heavy complexes of anti-ship missiles and air defense / missile defense with a missile defense, and a complex of anti-aircraft defense. ...
      Notable positive event.


      Only now, the number of portable weapons is approximately 2.5-3 times less ...
      Do not try to keep silent about it.
      Well, her 4.5-kiloton frigate can carry as many weapons as 9.7-kiloton destroyers and cruisers.
      Physics and mathematics cannot be fooled.
      Even if you really want.
      1. Wiruz 20 October 2015 19: 54 New
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        Most recently, on the same site, I explained to one resident of the promised land that a non-export Caliber could not fly just 300km, if only because its mass + speed + length + diameter + height_flight is almost the same as that of Tomahawk with a Grenade, whose ranges are almost much higher. I didn’t believe it. Fortunately, the recent shooting showed everything to everyone. Today people do not know how to use the brain, but blindly believe in all the inscriptions on the fences

        request
      2. Garris199 21 October 2015 02: 30 New
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        Quote: mav1971
        Only now, the number of portable weapons is approximately 2.5-3 times less ...

        In general, comparing ships of different classes is wrong, but for that matter, his price is much lower than that of a destroyer.
    4. Falcon 21 October 2015 09: 11 New
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      Quote: Thronekeeper
      Air defense / missile defense


      There is no missile defense there! And even more so

      Quote: Thronekeeper
      intercept ICBMs on an active site


      NO ONE CAN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Here's a comrade case says:

      Quote: Wiruz
      Forgot to mention the destruction of the Death Stars by the exact hit of a shell in the main reactor

      wassat
  7. Million 20 October 2015 17: 36 New
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    I read how: “Admiral Gorshkov” will pass the final test in the WHITE HOUSE)
    1. Masya masya 20 October 2015 17: 51 New
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      You’ll read about Ukraine, everywhere the “white house” will seem
    2. red_october 20 October 2015 19: 12 New
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      You have the right thoughts, colleague!)
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  8. Mareman Vasilich 20 October 2015 17: 44 New
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    Time will tell us good luck. Well, if it reaches the glory of project 1135.
    1. Wiruz 20 October 2015 18: 59 New
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      Well, if our naval commanders give preference to building as many as (!) 12 nuclear destroyers ala-WunderKirov, then, I think, 20-30 frigates 22350 / 22350M will be built in pairs with them.
  9. s.melioxin 20 October 2015 17: 44 New
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    “Admiral Gorshkov was laid in early 2006 and launched in the fall of 2010. For the first time, a new ship was launched for testing in November 2014. The frigate with a displacement of 4,5 thousand tons can reach speeds of up to 29 knots, and is armed with 16 Onyx or Caliber missiles, as well as the Poliment-Redut anti-aircraft system
    Well done. But gentlemen, this is not a deadline. But I hope it will be better. And the best thing is not how much we can, but how much we need. Seven feet under the keel. Good luck Admiral Gorshkov.
  10. Roman 11 20 October 2015 18: 33 New
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    It is gratifying.
    But I do not like the power reserve (little) and the manufacturer of the power plant.
    1. red_october 20 October 2015 19: 13 New
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      The main thing, “Caliber” fly far.
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  11. Old26 20 October 2015 19: 40 New
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    Quote: Bone
    But in NATO they will again be surprised !!!

    Doo well? Do you think that they know nothing and are surprised at every occasion? At one time, Professor Preobrazhensky gave good advice: "Never read before eating Soviet newspapers." There are no Soviet newspapers now - so don’t read the electronic media ... How is something - so the West is surprised at everything ... Damn, are you tired of writing and talking about all this?

    Quote: GSH-18
    What is that supposed to mean? Gauges start vertically from glasses, and Onyxes from horizontal inclined PUs? In addition, the "Caliber" subsonic KR, and the "Onyx" hypersonic RCC! In general, everything is different. So what will they arm him with?

    How to understand? But simple. Exist 3C14 Universal Deck Launcher. Vertical, by the way. And it is intended to launch the Caliber and Onyx missiles. By the way, Onyx has never been HYPERSONIC rocket. If the speed is in 2,5-2,9М became for you HYPERSONIC - then no problem, consider it not just hypersonicand even superlight

    In addition, you would have decided. Onyx launches from horizontal or inclined launchers? AND horizontal inclined is nonsense

    Quote: Thronekeeper
    Yes. Very strong ship. The thief corresponds to the EM project "Arly Boeck" or the Ave. of the Ticonderoga Ave., heavy complexes of anti-ship missiles and air defense / missile defense with a missile defense system, a PLO complex. It can be used for strategic defense, especially effective off the coast of the enemy, intercept ICBMs on an active site. Indispensable in closed waters, where it provides the closure of the sky and the sea. At the Franks and the United States frigates did not stand nearby.


    Oh, really? That 16 cells in the Kyrgyz Republic (not at all heavy, as you write) and 32 missile cells (again not at all heavy) correspond to 96 universal launchers for Burke (I don’t take Tiku). That is, 48 ​​cells are equivalent to 96 cells? And a maximum of 16 cruise missiles are equivalent to options from 8 to 56 cruise missiles? Oh well. Well, as for the interception of ICBMs - this is STRONG. Rocket with speed in 900-1000 m / s capable of intercepting ICBMs at speeds of 7,5 km / s?
    American "Standards" at a speed of 3,5-4,2 km / s cannot, but ours at a speed of 0,9-1 km / s they can. By chance you don’t know, our starships in the orbit of the Moon cannot intercept us or the "Death Stars"?

    Quote: Thronekeeper
    At the Franks and the United States frigates did not stand nearby.

    Of course. even decommissioned American frigates, Oliver Perry, had 36 Standard missiles in service, which were more powerful than 9M96 in terms of performance characteristics ... How could it be otherwise ...
    1. Falcon 21 October 2015 09: 36 New
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      How tough you are with Urya patriots then!

      Quote: Old26
      What are 16 cells in KR (not at all heavy, as you write)


      Why not? they have more loaded rockets than MK 41. They are just heavy, and even heavier than MK41.

      Quote: Old26
      Is a missile with a speed of 900-1000 m / s capable of intercepting ICBMs with speeds of 7,5 km / s?
      American "Standards" at a speed of 3,5-4,2 km / s cannot, but ours at a speed of 0,9-1 km / s they can.


      Speed ​​is not the most important parameter.

      For example, the speed 48n6 (2100m / s) which is more precisely for air defense is greater than that of 9М82 (1800m / s) which is more than PRO.

      The question is the height of the interception, since the ICBMs on the marching section reach too high a height in space - we simply cannot get it. And even more so, the principle of kinetic interception has not yet been implemented with us - this is the whole problem of missile defense
  12. BULLIT 20 October 2015 22: 25 New
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    I agree that everything has been going on for a very long time !!!
  13. Zomanus 21 October 2015 00: 51 New
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    Great ship.
    We would have such a couple in the Pacific Fleet.
    And Caliber, as I look, becomes a brand similar to Kalashnikov.
  14. Oqtagooi 21 October 2015 03: 29 New
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    Quote: Old26

    Of course. even decommissioned American frigates, Oliver Perry, had 36 Standard missiles in service, which were more powerful than 9M96 in terms of performance characteristics ... How could it be otherwise ...

    Yeah, they did. Only here, the sense of them was like a goat of milk, because the most advanced version has a minimum height of damage of 15m. Our P-270 Moskit, which was put into service 5 years after the construction of the lead ship Oliver Hazard Perry, flew on a low trajectory at an altitude of 10-7 meters. Accordingly, knocking them down with the Standard was impossible. By the way, the 9M96 you mentioned has a minimum height of 5 meters.
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    We are able to build ourselves !!! And why the heck feed the custodians. It is not clear why so long ??? The armament is impressive.
  16. Old26 21 October 2015 08: 05 New
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    Quote: OQtagooi
    Yeah, they did. Only here, the sense of them was like a goat of milk, because the most advanced version has a minimum height of damage of 15m. Our P-270 Moskit, which was put into service 5 years after the construction of the lead ship Oliver Hazard Perry, flew on a low trajectory at an altitude of 10-7 meters. Accordingly, knocking them down with the Standard was impossible. By the way, the 9M96 you mentioned has a minimum height of 5 meters.

    So what? It was about quantity. About quality if, i.e. height of interception, the same "Americans" were armed not only with "Standards". but also other anti-aircraft systems. The point is that here our frigate in armament is put on a par with the cruiser and destroyer, and they say about the Americans that they didn’t stand next to the armament. Alas, they stood ...