What will increase sea power

What will increase sea power



The past 2015 was for the Admiralty Shipyards, part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC), one of the busiest periods in the construction of a series of Project 636 submarines for the Black Sea fleet Russia.

On the day of the 311 anniversary of the enterprise, a solemn ceremony of raising the Naval flag took place on the fourth ship of the series - the large diesel-electric submarine Krasnodar.

PL "KRASNODAR" - TO BUILT EARLY!

“Become! Equal! Attention! ”- these teams to build the crew marked the beginning of the solemn ceremony of raising the flag of St. Andrew on the submarine“ Krasnodar ”. The atmosphere of the holiday, which prevailed at the plant on this bright sunny day, was emphasized by the sounds of the naval orchestra and the guard of honor, frozen in a ceremonial formation on the outfitting quay. Honored guests, dozens of admiralties and numerous media representatives gathered here.

“It’s symbolic that the flag raising ceremony takes place on November 10, the birthday of the Admiralty shipyards, and the completion of the fourth submarine for the Russian Black Sea Fleet was a worthy working gift from the team,” Alexander Buzakov, general director of the Admiralty Shipyards, welcomed the participants. - Recent running and state tests of the order convincingly confirmed the high seaworthy and combat quality of the new ship. And the pace of construction of the submarine "Krasnodar", which surrenders almost a month earlier than planned, clearly confirms: the series took place!

Rear Admiral Viktor Kochemazov, head of the Combat Training Directorate of the Main Command of the Navy, emphasized the particular significance of this event:

- Today is a momentous day in the life of the Navy. During state tests, the ship fully justified all the hopes placed on it, and there is no doubt that the submarine will retain these high technical indicators during combat service.

"OLD OSKOL" UNDER ANDREW FLAG


The submarine "Krasnodar" became the second ship of the "Black Sea" series, which the JSC "Admiralty Shipyards" transferred to the Navy in the past year.

Four months earlier, on July 3, the rise of the flag of St. Andrew’s took place on the third boat of the Stary Oskol series. The solemn ceremony was held at the Lenexpo exhibition complex as part of the 7 International Maritime Defense Exhibition (MVMS-2015) and became one of the main events of the forum.

... Even before the official commencement of the event, the crews of the base minesweeper Alexander Obukhov, the amphibious assault ship Eugene Kocheshkov and the corvette The Stoic were built on the deck of the ships moored at the passenger berth of the Marine Station complex. Decorated with flags, the warships greeted not only representatives of the Ministry of Defense and the command of the Navy, but also their new "colleague" - the submarine "Stary Oskol", preparing to raise the flag of St. Andrew.

Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Denis Manturov, Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Yury Borisov, Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy Viktor Chirkov, President of the United Shipbuilding Corporation Alexei Rakhmanov, Director General of the Admiralty Shipyards Alexander Buzakov, representatives of foreign delegations took part in the ceremony.

“This ship was built according to a modernized 636 project, which has no analogues in the world,” said Admiral Chirkov. - It is equipped with the most modern weapons, military equipment and radio-electronic means. In the near future, the submarine "Stary Oskol" will help the fleet to ensure Russia's national interests in the Black, Mediterranean and other seas. "

Gratitude to the designers and builders of the new ship, Denis Manturov expressed in his greeting, wishing the crew that the newest weapons installed on the submarine should be used only in exercises.

"The Stary Oskol submarine is very much needed by the Russian Black Sea Fleet," said Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov. - The ship successfully passed all types of tests and confirmed its quality and reliability. Good luck and seven feet under the keel to the crew! ”

"ADMIRALTY" TEAM IN NOVOROSSIYSK



The submarines of the 636.3 project are considered the best among the submarines of their class in the world. Photos provided by the USC press service

The construction of a series of ships, named after the cities of military glory of Russia, marked the beginning of the formation of the 4 brigade of submarines of the Black Sea Fleet.

September 21 in the military harbor of the city of Novorossiysk moored a submarine of the same name, built on the JSC "Admiralty Shipyards."

The arrival of the new submarine was truly historical an event for the country's naval forces: Novorossiysk is the first submarine to be included in the Russian Black Sea Fleet since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

During the tests and the transition from the Northern to the Black Sea Fleet, the sailors performed torpedo and rocket firing, passed more than 6500 nautical miles and participated in the Black Sea Fleet maneuvers, spending a total of 40 days at sea.

As sounded in the report of the commander of the ship, the technical means and life support systems of the diesel-electric submarine Novorossiysk showed themselves from the best side during the transition.

“I am sure that Novorossiysk will become an excellent combat unit of the Black Sea Fleet,” Admiral Alexander Vitko, commander of the Black Sea Fleet, said at the solemn welcome ceremony. “Its appearance will lead to some shift of emphasis in the Black and Mediterranean seas and will make a huge contribution to the maintenance of peace.”

In December of last year, the second ship of the Rostov-on-Don series arrived at the location. While making the transition from the Northern to the Black Sea Fleet, this boat struck with Kalibr-PL cruise missiles at the targets of the Islamic State in Syria. It is highly accurate. weapon sea-based for the first time used from a submerged position. As a result of the strike, all the intended targets were hit.

This year, the submarine forces of the Black Sea Fleet will join the Stary Oskol diesel-electric submarine, which is currently undergoing a test program in the Northern Fleet. ” Until the end of 2017, all six boats of the series will take their places in the military harbor of Novorossiysk. The latest hydroacoustic systems and rocket-torpedo complexes were installed on all six boats of the Black Sea series.

636 ST: CONTINUED SHOULD


The high rating of the 636 project ships from the High Command of the Navy has been repeatedly heard at ceremonial events dedicated to the launch and transfer of submarines.

“In these ships, built according to a modernized project, all the most modern designs were laid and implemented, they have increased secrecy and high combat effectiveness,” Rear Admiral Viktor Kochemazov said during a press conference for journalists at the flag raising ceremony on the submarine “Krasnodar” ". - The uniqueness of this series is that all the boats are built for exploitation on the Black Sea, are being tested in the Baltic Sea, and they are being completed in the waters of the Barents Sea! And in all climatic zones they demonstrate their reliability and confirm all the technical characteristics of the project. And today the high command of the Navy is working on the issue of building boats of this series not only for the Black Sea Fleet, but also for other fleets.

At the present time, the construction of two final series of submarines Veliky Novgorod and Kolpino is in full progress at the stockpiling shop of Admiralty Shipyards JSC. Their construction is strictly within the contractual terms. In September and November, the hulls of the ships were docked, in March and May they were scheduled to launch into the water. Transfer of ships to the customer will occur in accordance with the terms of the contract 2016 year.

“The 2015 year was a good test of professionalism for our team,” said Alexander Buzakov, General Director of Admiralty Shipyards, at a gala evening dedicated to the company's 311 anniversary. - We have successfully coped with the peak load on the transfer program, which we can now orient with and say with confidence: Admiralty shipyards can take on three submarines annually.

As the head of the shipbuilding department of the Russian Navy, captain of the 1 rank, Vladimir Tryapichnikov, said recently, the construction of a series of six submarines of the 636.3 project for the Pacific Fleet may begin in the near future.

“In the future, the Navy is making attempts and, in general, they must find their continuation in laying and building six more submarines of the 636 project, which will go to the Pacific Fleet,” said Vladimir Tryapichnikov.

According to the United Shipbuilding Corporation, at the moment it has not received official notification from the Ministry of Defense about the need to continue the 636.3 “Varshavyanka” series for the Pacific Fleet. No such plans appear yet in the state defense order for 2016. Nevertheless, the country's largest shipbuilding holding is ready to build new ships and is able to successfully implement such an order.
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  1. yuriy55 7 February 2016 07: 46 New
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    The strengthening of sea power will be facilitated by the rational use of ice-free shipyards of the Crimea. It is real and takes place to be ...
    1. MIKHALYCH1 7 February 2016 07: 50 New
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      Quote: yuriy55
      The strengthening of sea power will be facilitated by the rational use of ice-free shipyards of the Crimea. It is real and takes place to be ...

      Our Crimea, how much meaning has been embedded in this word for the Russian soul!
      1. kil 31 7 February 2016 11: 00 New
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        "The Stary Oskol submarine is very much needed by the Russian Black Sea Fleet," said Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov. - The ship successfully passed all types of tests and confirmed its quality and reliability. Good luck and seven feet under the keel to the crew! ”
        It’s great that it passed the test. Well, I went to the store. Holiday after holiday. We still had a holiday on Friday.
        February 5, 1943 - the day of the liberation of Stary Oskol from Nazi troops.
        We’ve been walking here since Friday. drinks
  2. SAM 5 7 February 2016 07: 48 New
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    The past 2015 was for the Admiralty Shipyards, part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC), one of the busiest periods in the construction of a series of Project 636 submarines for the Black Sea Fleet of Russia

    This makes me happy.
    Only now what they thought before. We have, as usual, until the thunder strikes ...
    1. The black 7 February 2016 07: 57 New
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      This makes me happy.
      Only now what they thought before.
      Earlier, Mr. Serdyukov thought that he would still have to sell to businessmen and buy another diamond, Zhenya Vasilyeva, to please her sad
    2. Dart2027 7 February 2016 09: 07 New
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      Quote: SAM 5
      Only now what they thought before. We have, as usual, until the thunder strikes ...

      They just hoped for the arrival of a submarine with an air-independent installation, so they pulled it to the last. It’s like with frigates - there was an opportunity to begin construction of 11356, but they waited until they brought to mind the weapons for 22350 and as a result lost time.
      1. Per se. 7 February 2016 22: 46 New
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        Quote: Dart2027
        They just hoped for the arrival of a submarine with an air-independent installation, so they pulled it to the last.
        Probably, sometimes you just have to hope and wait. For example, the plot from the First World War, and the Britons and Germans were supposed to get new 381 mm guns for the fleet, the Germans meticulously waited for the test results, the British, without waiting for the tests, laid new super dreadnought under these guns. As a result, the British got to battle and guns, and new battleships, and the Germans fell behind. Our eastern "brothers" laid suspiciously spacious diesel-electric boats for their PLA (the topic was covered at VO), possibly with a margin for the prospect of equipping VNEU in the future. If it is already possible to lay down the VNEU boat retrofit project, why not? Finally, they made insets that can also be civilized into the project as a possible insert. You won’t have to wait and lose precious time.
  3. dr.star75 7 February 2016 07: 48 New
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    Great! But are there 6 boats in the whole country?
  4. dchegrinec 7 February 2016 07: 50 New
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    Russia has more than enough "friends", which means that it’s enough weapon means ..
  5. bistrov. 7 February 2016 07: 50 New
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    Yes, you have to hurry. In the world, it smells like kerosene.
  6. The black 7 February 2016 07: 53 New
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    What will increase sea power
    The courage of Russian sailors ..... and we have the technology and experience in building modern ships ... good
  7. Great-grandfather of Zeus 7 February 2016 07: 55 New
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    It is clear that the review was written by the woman-phrase "a big diesel electric boat" is already a masterpiece! Why not "well, very big" ??? wassat
    1. Rash 7 February 2016 09: 07 New
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      Because further on according to Freud. laughing
    2. kote119 7 February 2016 09: 09 New
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      she wrote everything correctly, why does the word "big" confuse you? there is BDPL, BAPL they are called according to the documents
      1. gjv
        gjv 7 February 2016 10: 28 New
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        Quote: kote119
        she wrote everything right

        Much diesel electric torpedo rocket Submarine


    3. gjv
      gjv 7 February 2016 09: 55 New
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      Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
      why not "well, very big" ???

      This "classification" is very arbitrary. Nonetheless large (at one time) were considered submarines of projects 611, 641. Boats of projects 636, 677. 877 are classified as multi-purpose.
  8. rov81 7 February 2016 07: 57 New
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    God help the shipyard workers, but let them not do anything themselves! In Severodvinsk, on Sevmash, people are working on other beauties and seem to cope normally, which also pleases!
    1. Prapor-527 7 February 2016 09: 15 New
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      We in Siberia do not sit around doing the same thing - we collect electrical equipment for the Zvezdochka submarines, work without days off ...
  9. ava09 7 February 2016 08: 10 New
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    (C) Project 636.3 submarines are considered the best among their class submarines in the world. (C)

    These are cheap slogans, which are tired of the majority, with versatile information. Thinking people were more inspired, in my opinion, by such an assessment: - "This is a modern weapon, WHICH WE WILL WIN!". And then there is some kind of kindergarten and the feeling that Neanderthals are surrounded by Russia, headless and armless. And underestimating an adversary is just as harmful as reevaluating it.
  10. SAM 5 7 February 2016 08: 18 New
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    Quote: Black
    This makes me happy.
    Only now what they thought before.
    Earlier, Mr. Serdyukov thought that he would still have to sell to businessmen and buy another diamond, Zhenya Vasilyeva, to please her sad

    C'mon, blame everything on the stools. The rest at the top where were they?
    1. cap
      cap 7 February 2016 08: 59 New
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      Quote: SAM 5
      C'mon, blame everything on the stools. The rest at the top where were they?


      Where were you? Where were there and stayed. "Wizards." am
      "Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said that with an oil price of $ 30 per barrel, the Ministry of Finance may begin to spend funds from the Reserve Fund.
      "We, of course, are not magicians. Of course, if the price remains at $ 30, we may have to apply for a reserve. But we set ourselves the task of minimizing such decisions," Siluanov said.
      In one of his comments, Siluanov noted that without the introduction of budget optimization measures, the Reserve Fund and uninvested funds of the National Wealth Fund may be spent this year.
      The volume of the Reserve Fund by the end of 2015 decreased to 3,64 trillion rubles. The Ministry of Finance expects a reduction in the Reserve Fund by the end of 2016 to 1,249 trillion rubles. "
      1. Amurets 7 February 2016 09: 57 New
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        Quote: cap
        "Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said that with an oil price of $ 30 per barrel, the Ministry of Finance may begin to spend funds from the Reserve Fund.

        Yesterday in the news it was that the government asked to lift sanctions from the banking sector in order to place loans in foreign banks, and then, as usual, buy empty treasury bonds of the USA and Ukropiya. PARTNERS must be saved.
  11. Artem shlykov 7 February 2016 08: 19 New
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    Things are good. Boats are being built, people are earning, the power of the country is being revived. But, God forbid, use such weapons as intended.
  12. Zomanus 7 February 2016 08: 20 New
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    Damn, there still need half a dozen of these boats.
    To close the needs of the Pacific Fleet.
    Or maybe the Pacific Fleet and another project will go ...
    1. 31rus 7 February 2016 08: 38 New
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      Dear, about the best question is debatable, there is another question, Russia needs multifunctional submarines of the Yasen project type, operating in all corners of the World and equipped with various weapons, no matter how good the Varshavyanka project is, but this is for not large water areas, here therefore, efforts are required for the Ash project
  13. izya top 7 February 2016 08: 26 New
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    The latest US stealth destroyer Zumwalt broke on the high seas.

    The ship's commander darted along the deserted corridors (due to the highest degree of automation, the crew is only 140 people) with a control panel in hand and shouted: “Well, who is building this ?! Aw! Liu-di! ”, Frantically pressing all the buttons on the remote control.

    From the side panels, stealth mechanisms and monitors, then stealth devices with Coca-Cola and fire stealth hydrants obediently advanced, and once a bed with a sleeping stealth coca even advanced. Stealth guns appeared and disappeared on the deck and stealth rockets and stealth radars protruded and stuck in, scaring the gulls seriously. But everything was in vain - the commander could not find the stealth engine room.

    Desperate, he threw the remote into the wall and sat down to write a note. He already wrote: “To the one who finds me!” When the wall suddenly moved apart. A grimy stealth mechanic crawled out of the opening and reported grimly that all diesel fuel had leaked into the ocean due to a defective stealth oil seal.

    “Maybe they will notice us and save us?”

    The commander asked hopefully.

    “Hardly, sir,” the mechanic frowned. “We're invisible to all radars.”

    Fortunately for them, the small Black Sea seiner “Fisherman of Alushta” passed nearby. For ten more miles, the captain of the seiner noticed a bright dot with an inscription on the old, removed from a decommissioned Soviet submarine: “The US stealth destroyer is drifting. Diesel fuel leaked. Torpedo tubes tovs! ” and directed the ship toward him, hoping to take a selfie against the backdrop of such a rare and expensive ship for his grandson's instagram.

    After some negotiations, the destroyer received a barrel of diesel fuel, and the grandson - a photo of the ship autographed by the happy commander. True, the autograph was not visible, since it turned out to be also a stealth.
    1. Great-grandfather of Zeus 7 February 2016 08: 45 New
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      Izzy top - because the ship of the adversary was not boarded but dragged to our port for study ??? wassat for the humorous story plus from me to you!
      1. Boa kaa 7 February 2016 10: 18 New
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        Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
        for the humorous story plus from me to you!
        Hello, ancestors of the human race! Also set "+", because it’s better to read humoresque in the morning than the tediousness of the "approvers"! Something reminded the story of M.N.Zadorny about a; the Merse aircraft carrier and the Spanish lighthouse! laughing
        1. izya top 7 February 2016 10: 51 New
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          Quote: BoA KAA
          Hello, ancestors of the human race!

          hi but I'm not protoucr belay
  14. Rurikovich 7 February 2016 08: 27 New
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    These boats are perfectly suited for defending their coast and operating in the seas washing Russia. So the presence of both nuclear and diesel in the fleet is justified. Moreover, according to a number of parameters, Varshavyanka can give odds to its more expensive "friends"
    Personally, my opinion hi
  15. Eggor 7 February 2016 08: 44 New
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    "Ivan Gren" on demagnetization:
  16. saigon 7 February 2016 08: 56 New
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    Of course, I was not an admiral and did not serve in the fleets, but wars are not won by submarines. The example of Germany in the 1st and 2nd World Wars was shown clearly. The fleet needs to be able to respond to any threats, with a guarantee and, moreover, 200 percent.
    1. Rash 7 February 2016 09: 11 New
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      Yes, great wars are won by resources, which we, unfortunately, do not have.
      1. ava09 7 February 2016 10: 20 New
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        Yes, great wars are won by resources, which we, unfortunately, do not have.

        The greatest stupidity, does Russia have no resources? Are there no resources on 1/6 of the land? Think at your leisure why Russia cannot devote more resources to ensuring its security? Is it because, through offshore companies, treasuries and other garbage, it feeds the economy of the "owners of money"?
    2. Awaz 7 February 2016 09: 13 New
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      in any case, land forces win wars. Germany lost from the fact that the USSR pulled them Wehrmacht and Luftwaffe on the tonsils. The USSR generally did not have any significant fleet in those years, but they won anyway. In modern conditions, one must also understand the significance of the same aircraft carriers or submarines with nuclear weapons or "calibers". For the defense of their own territory, for example, aircraft carriers are not needed, they are needed to capture overseas lands. But in the current situation, if the Russian Federation had an aircraft carrier fleet, then according to anyone, the enemy would first of all try to destroy it and most likely would destroy it. In our history, not Russia attacks but always defends itself and always starts badly. And when the rink of retaliation razgonitsya then probably there will be a way to move ground forces across the ocean.
    3. Boa kaa 7 February 2016 11: 04 New
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      Quote: saigon
      but submarines do not win wars. The example of Germany in the 1 and 2 World Wars was shown clearly.
      The judgment is sound but controversial. One rpkSN capable of destroying half of the States. And if you successfully unload 2-3 Borea (Dolphin), then you can temporarily block the access of tourists to the radioactive deserts of the North American continent.
      Secondly, Germany did not possess such boats. If she had atomic carriers with SLBMs, the states would be nauseous than from Pearl Harbor. Nevertheless, German submariners in both 1 and 2 MV showed what U-bots are capable of using them skillfully. In 1942, it was they who brought GB to the brink of survival with their communications disruption actions.
      Quote: saigon
      The fleet needs to be able to respond to any threats
      So no one argues. Such a fleet is called balanced. But this "tool" is very expensive.
      Quote: Rash
      great wars are won by resources, which we, unfortunately, do not have.
      We have more resources than anyone else in the world! But with the industrial potential ... things are not important: 10-th place in the world in terms of GDP with 3,3% of world production. (USA - 1 place, 18,9%).
      Quote: AwaZ
      in any case, land forces win wars.
      Well, this is more than a bold statement!
      And then what to do with the strategic nuclear forces of the country with its Strategic Missile Forces, YES, strategic boats? Or is the thought so firmly rooted in the brain that the “boot is higher than the boot”, that the rest have no place in the head?
      Quote: AwaZ
      there will probably be a way to move ground forces across the ocean.
      Well, if the fleet, Strategic Missile Forces and Aviation are not needed, then:
      - along the bottom of the oceans;
      - dig a tunnel, or build a bridge across the Berengov Strait;
      - use the services of balloons, airships and hang gliders (although this already smells like aviation!)
      - take the cruise liners and, when meeting with yusersky submarines, repeat the fate of the Titanic.
      There are still variations - right down to space shuttles ... But science fiction writers gather on another site!
      Therefore, a very correct saying is that
      Quote: AwaZ
      In modern conditions, you also need to understand the importance of the same aircraft carriers or submarines with nuclear weapons or "calibers"
      That's just why you yourself do not want to understand this - it is not clear!
    4. Muvka 7 February 2016 14: 01 New
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      Quote: saigon
      Of course, I was not an admiral and did not serve in the fleets, but wars are not won by submarines. The example of Germany in the 1st and 2nd World Wars was shown clearly. The fleet needs to be able to respond to any threats, with a guarantee and, moreover, 200 percent.

      In those days, there were no nuclear warhead missiles capable of traveling 3000 km on the submarine. It is foolish to compare those and modern submarines ...
  17. tehnokrat 7 February 2016 09: 20 New
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    Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
    It is clear that the review was written by the woman-phrase "a big diesel electric boat" is already a masterpiece! Why not "well, very big" ???

    No, that’s not the point. The adjective "big" to the name of the boats of this series is either used or not used, and quite authoritative sources. Although it is not clear why the "big"? Maybe colleagues will explain?
    And the author of the article is the editor-in-chief of a factory, apparently, newspaper (Admiralteets), I think he knows the terminology; Yes, and they read the material before publication for sure seriously.
    1. tehnokrat 7 February 2016 09: 39 New
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      Here it seems. why "big":

      "... Currently, only Russia, Japan and China are building nuclear submarines with such dimensions as project 877/636 boats. German submarines of types 209, 212, 214 and French Scorpions are much smaller.

      Read more: http://vpk-news.ru/articles/9233
    2. Boa kaa 7 February 2016 14: 01 New
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      Quote: tehnokrat
      The adjective "big" to the name of the boats of this series is either used or not used, and quite authoritative sources. Although it is not clear why the "big"?
      Boats, like all ships of the fleet, are divided into ranks and subclasses. When classifying the ship's displacement, submarines are divided: ultra-small up to 500t; small - up to 1000t, medium 1000-2000t, large 2000-3500t?
      ultra-small - "Piranha" pr.865; small ones were in the war, such as "baby", now "Cupid-950"; medium pr 613; large pr 641, 877, 636; cruising type "K", all pla; submarines (strategic) - pr 667,, 955; there was also a heavy submarine pr941. (left alone - pr941U DmDonskoy) I can confuse the displacement, because it was a long time ago, but according to the classification, it’s like that.
      1. tehnokrat 7 February 2016 14: 34 New
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        Thank you for science!
        Quantifying is a great thing.
  18. Mountain shooter 7 February 2016 10: 17 New
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    A rather big boat. It is completely oceanic, although it is intended mainly for the Baltic and Black Sea. Well, we do not have time to set up atomic "generalists" as needed. “Varshavyanka” is the same “asymmetric response” as the RTOs with “Caliber”. Quickly and cheaply, but the threat is serious, and an air-independent installation will be created, and Lada can be finished, and if something doesn’t work, it’s not frying shawarma, a serious technique.
    It will work out.
  19. atamankko 7 February 2016 11: 23 New
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    Stripes believe that our economy is torn to shreds, and it is difficult for her, but she lives.
  20. VohaAhov 7 February 2016 12: 47 New
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    Quote: iza top
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    The latest US stealth destroyer Zumwalt broke on the high seas.

    The ship's commander darted along the deserted corridors (due to the highest degree of automation, the crew is only 140 people) with a control panel in hand and shouted: “Well, who is building this ?! Aw! Liu-di! ”, Frantically pressing all the buttons on the remote control.

    From the side panels, stealth mechanisms and monitors, then stealth devices with Coca-Cola and fire stealth hydrants obediently advanced, and once a bed with a sleeping stealth coca even advanced. Stealth guns appeared and disappeared on the deck and stealth rockets and stealth radars protruded and stuck in, scaring the gulls seriously. But everything was in vain - the commander could not find the stealth engine room.

    Desperate, he threw the remote into the wall and sat down to write a note. He already wrote: “To the one who finds me!” When the wall suddenly moved apart. A grimy stealth mechanic crawled out of the opening and reported grimly that all diesel fuel had leaked into the ocean due to a defective stealth oil seal.

    “Maybe they will notice us and save us?”

    The commander asked hopefully.

    “Hardly, sir,” the mechanic frowned. “We're invisible to all radars.”

    Fortunately for them, the small Black Sea seiner “Fisherman of Alushta” passed nearby. For ten more miles, the captain of the seiner noticed a bright dot with an inscription on the old, removed from a decommissioned Soviet submarine: “The US stealth destroyer is drifting. Diesel fuel leaked. Torpedo tubes tovs! ” and directed the ship toward him, hoping to take a selfie against the backdrop of such a rare and expensive ship for his grandson's instagram.

    After some negotiations, the destroyer received a barrel of diesel fuel, and the grandson - a photo of the ship autographed by the happy commander. True, the autograph was not visible, since it turned out to be also a stealth.

    There is another continuation.
    “Hello, rush !!” shouted the destroyer captain.
    "Who is badly painted," said the Russian captain of a small fishing seiner and shouted into the intercom, "Three torpedoes into the water !!!"
    1. Boa kaa 7 February 2016 14: 16 New
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      Quote: VohaAhov
      shouted into the intercom - "Three torpedoes on the water !!!"
      Okay, the fisherman says goodbye! This: "dinghy for water" - a normal command for the brow, but about torpedoes ... It is better in another way: "The first, second, third torpedo tubes - TOV!" And then - PLI!
      So it will be more logical. hi
  21. chunga-changa 7 February 2016 12: 55 New
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    Project 636.3 submarines are considered the best among their class submarines in the world.

    But what about Kalina, which, according to the same experts, “surpasses Varshavyanka by an order of magnitude?”
    In addition, diesel submarines besides us, are now being built by Iran, the DPRK and coakine suppliers from Colombia, in my opinion a dubious company. All the rest are building either a nuclear submarine or the next generation - submarines with non-volatile engines. In general, new boats for the fleet are certainly fine, but these articles-agitation that cover everything and everyone - are annoying.
  22. Petersburger 7 February 2016 14: 30 New
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    Really needed! And then two boats against 14 Turkish and 1 Ukrainian (if still afloat).
  23. polkovnik manuch 7 February 2016 17: 43 New
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    One trouble, there is still not enough capacity to carry out the defense order, and the "effective managers" who are to blame for what is happening are still "afloat"
  24. navalskii 8 February 2016 09: 48 New
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    SORRY that off topic, but guys, do not kick much!
    What happened to the Orlan project? (NATO cl = Kirov) will such ships be built further? and what will happen to the remaining 3?