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Modernization of the Russian army: what next?

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The newest Russian tank "Armata" continues to attract the attention of military experts and the general public. Uralvagonzavod Corporation, which received an order for mass production of this machine, announced recently that it will probably also produce an “unmanned” version of the Armata, naming such a tank weapons future.


Modernization of the Russian army: what next?


The famous arms factory has some experience in the field of remotely controlled vehicles: it produces a special robotic fire truck based on a combat vehicle tank T-72. In accordance with management plans, serial production of the new Armata tank may begin this year. Now the machine is undergoing field tests.

Uralvagonzavod will be loaded with work in the coming years, as it carries out a number of government orders for the production, modernization and re-equipment of a wide range of military equipment. Among these orders are the T-72B3 tank, the BMP-2 infantry combat vehicle, the Msta-2C19М1 self-propelled howitzer, the BTR-82AM armored personnel carrier, airborne combat vehicles and other products. In total, the plant will supply more than 1400 units of military transport equipment for the Russian armed forces.

Over the past few decades, the American universal military wheeled all-terrain vehicle HMMWV has become a standard by which other military vehicles are judged, because it has been involved in all conflicts involving America across the globe and has shown its ability to withstand any climate and any conceivable terrain.

The Russian military have long sought to create their own alternative, and finally "in 2006, the armored army Tiger SUV was put into service. The Russian automaker GAZ and the Department of Defense are working to adapt the design to domestic and international standards, introducing improvements and preparing the car to compete with American and other Western counterparts.

In 2010, Brazilian law enforcement agencies expressed interest in acquiring the Tiger for their special forces, and at 2013 in Brazil, testing and evaluation of its characteristics were completed for use in major sporting events in 2014 and 2016.

During the upcoming annual military parade of 9 in May, which will mark the 71 anniversary of the victory of the Soviet Union over Nazi Germany in World War II, the Russian armed forces will demonstrate its latest version, the Tigr-M, equipped with a remote combat module with remote management "Arbalet-DM." According to the official representative of the company that produces the “tigers” Sergey Suvorov, Italian combat modules were supposed to be installed on an SUV, however, as a result of the introduction of economic sanctions against Russia, this contract was broken. In addition, “Italian technologies proved to be too fragile for our climate,” while Arbalet has proven itself well at temperatures ranging from -50 to + 50 Co.

According to Suvorov, the Arbalet device is fully stabilized, and its fire control system has the function of capturing and automatic tracking of the target, which allows the operator to conduct effective fire both in a stationary position and during movement. In addition, the machine can, if necessary, be controlled completely remotely. The “Crossbow” module is equipped with two types of machine guns and an automatic grenade launcher, and the operator can switch from one machine gun to another using a computerized fire control system. The future role of the new "tigers" can be guessed from their place in the May 9 parade - they will be accompanied by the Yars mobile missile systems. Based on this, it is logical to assume that the first to receive these new army off-road vehicles will be the Russian strategic rocket forces. "Tigers" will be used to protect mobile launchers and ballistic missiles.

The Kalashnikov Concern, part of the state corporation Rostec, has begun to create a corporate university, which indicates its maturity as a manufacturer of semi-automatic weapons and an export platform. According to Mikhail Nenyukov, deputy director of the concern for the quality and development of production, this decision should help develop the managerial qualities of the company's personnel. According to his statements, such a university will become “a unified system for developing leadership and talents, managerial and production competencies of Kalashnikov employees from the level of a worker to middle and top managers”.

Igor Korotchenko, editor-in-chief of the Russian magazine National Defense, believes that it is necessary to create educational structures in large corporations and enterprises of the country's military-industrial complex: “We have practically no other forms of training skilled workers, so such initiatives can only be welcomed. The defense industry today is the locomotive of the Russian economy, and it is necessary to train personnel for it, especially given the large-scale modernization of production facilities, as well as the emergence of modern equipment with digital control, the introduction of new technologies and materials. ”

It should be noted that in Soviet times, the most talented designers and workers worked in the defense industry of the country, receiving high and stable wages, as well as enjoying an exceptional system of benefits. Today, the Russian defense industry is experiencing serious aging and is facing a “brain drain” in the private sector, and the Russian government is striving to create conditions so that it can train and keep the future generation of highly qualified specialists.
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  1. Andrey K
    Andrey K 12 May 2016 15: 45
    +25
    And then fleet modernization soldier
    In the meantime, thank you to the Ground Forces weapons and equipment, but still delivered good
    The fleet, at least in sensations, is on a "starvation diet" request
    It would be a desire, but to modernize in the Army and Navy there is something yes
    There is no limit to perfection fellow
    1. cniza
      cniza 12 May 2016 15: 51
      +11
      And then the application of technology in peaceful industries, etc.
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    3. Nevsky_ZU
      Nevsky_ZU 12 May 2016 15: 52
      +10
      People, no one has heard the fate of the wheeled armored personnel carrier "Boomerang"? Trials are underway, will he join the troops? Will the heavy BMP Armata also go to the troops? I dream of seeing our soldiers finally in armor, not on armor. So far, only a clear infa on the T-14 Armata tank, that they say 100 units will be purchased. Kurganets-25 is also good, but I prefer the heavy Armata BMP, our guys have long deserved safety good
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 12 May 2016 15: 56
        0
        Just 100 Armata platforms will be bought.
        1. Lt. Air Force stock
          Lt. Air Force stock 12 May 2016 22: 47
          0
          Quote: Vadim237
          Just 100 Armata platforms will be bought.

          I hope they will be sent to Western divisions, the formation of which has recently been reported.
    4. Sluggish
      Sluggish 12 May 2016 15: 53
      +1
      Kalashnikov, as always, drives the blizzard. In Izhevsk, IZHTU (the old name) has existed a long time ago - specialists in the military-industrial complex are being trained there. Just in the Kalashnikov concern (formerly Izhmash + Mechanical Plant) few go to work because of low salaries.
    5. Portolan
      Portolan 12 May 2016 16: 23
      +13
      It’s very stupid to have just ONE tank factory for the whole huge country in our turbulent times. One rocket that damaged the main production will stop the production of tanks and then the American, German, French, Israeli tanks will simply be swept away by the ground forces. There should be at least two tank factories so that they duplicate each other.
      1. Roman 11
        Roman 11 12 May 2016 22: 36
        +1
        Quote: Portolan
        There should be at least two tank plants so that they duplicate each other.

        And in the center of the country Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk. Away from probable fronts with the release of civilian equipment.
        1. Lt. Air Force stock
          Lt. Air Force stock 12 May 2016 22: 50
          +2
          Quote: Novel 11
          And in the center of the country Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk. Away from probable fronts with the release of civilian equipment.

          Building from scratch is difficult and long, it is easier to build additional assembly shops on the basis of an existing tank factory. Plus, many new employees will be easier to train, as experienced specialists have been collecting tanks in the neighboring workshop for more than a year and can help.
        2. Portolan
          Portolan 13 May 2016 07: 24
          +3
          Quote: Novel 11
          And in the center of the country Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk. Away from probable fronts with the release of civilian equipment.


          what for? in Omsk there was a good factory, they produced T80, it is necessary to restore production.
    6. iouris
      iouris 12 May 2016 16: 30
      +5
      It would be WHAT and WHO to upgrade. The situation is very bad: basic components and production equipment are not produced, in most universities they teach nothing.
    7. demo
      demo 12 May 2016 17: 11
      +1
      Right. Exactly.
      Arms modernization is the process of creating poison and antidote.
      Endless.
    8. Blondy
      Blondy 12 May 2016 22: 13
      0
      Modernization of the Russian army: what next?
      I don’t know what’s next, but this material is about in the elderberry garden, and in Kiev the uncle.
    9. g1v2
      g1v2 13 May 2016 12: 53
      +2
      Fifty ships and ships are being built at the same time - all shipyards are clogged. Do not fuck yourself hungry rations. belay
  2. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 12 May 2016 15: 50
    +5
    There are enough problems in the defense industry ... technologies ... machine tools ... lack of necessary personnel ... sometimes the levers of a market / capitalist economy work against the interests of the state ... BUT Russia goes forward ... develops its weapons ... is looking for ways development ... and there is an optimistic vision for the future ...
    The main thing ... so that the ruling elite ... (and in our Government there are a lot of very controversial figures, for example, the very Medvedev who surrendered Libya ... and has done a lot of things) does not change the vector of consciousness ... now it works to strengthen Russia and priority for the interests of the Country ... it is necessary to maintain the continuity of the course ... preferably forever))
  3. MiRvSeMvDoM
    MiRvSeMvDoM 12 May 2016 15: 53
    +10
    What minds plow on our defense industry ... I'm just amazed! What they said yesterday seemed fantastic, but today it is a finished product! A deep bow to our defenders! Every day I want to be shocked by such news ... good
    1. Roman 11
      Roman 11 12 May 2016 22: 44
      +1
      Quote: MiRvSeMvDoM
      Every day I want to be shocked by such news ...

      The shock will be when smartphones, computers and cars will be foreign in quality, + machine tools and engines (the entire line).
  4. Arktidianets
    Arktidianets 12 May 2016 15: 53
    +3
    The "Crossbow" module is equipped with two types of machine guns and an automatic grenade launcher "what kind of novelty is this - an automatic grenade launcher ?! laughing
  5. 31rus2
    31rus2 12 May 2016 15: 54
    +5
    dear, we are still witnesses of modernization, but by and large the contours of the new Russian army are already visible, but without a strong economy and independent financial structures, it will be more and more difficult for us, a lot needs to be developed and restored anew, this is just "tied up" and the defense industry alone will not pull the country with all the PR and advertising, no illusions are needed
  6. Smoked
    Smoked 12 May 2016 15: 55
    +2
    And further it is necessary to develop OBDM! :)
    1. RBLip
      RBLip 12 May 2016 16: 26
      +3
      Quote: Smoked
      And further it is necessary to develop OBDM! :)

      outplayed in civilian? wink
  7. vv3
    vv3 12 May 2016 16: 00
    -2
    Where to go. There is no modernization. Separate even ultramodern weapons of destruction do not win in modern warfare.
    We don’t have integrated military information systems for managing and conducting combat operations. We don’t even have a concept for such a system. The Committee on Defense and Security of the Federation Council at a meeting in Kolomna today makes a decision which shows that this body is not the topic. What statesmen are not understand nothing. Lord, we are in the ass. The stupidity of the leadership just rolls over. How to reason, to whom to explain. I urge all participants in the forum to be a tragedy. Time has already passed, but you need to prioritize, only nuclear weapons are more important, and after that, creation takes 1 place of such systems and their elements. They must be integrated, connected with each other, i.e. need a concept, a state program ...
    1. MiRvSeMvDoM
      MiRvSeMvDoM 12 May 2016 16: 57
      0
      Dear, do not have an all-inclusive mood. Higher minds work in the defense industry, and they know much more about your problems in the Russian army. Today, the modern defense industry is led by GDP, and he knows what he requires from the defense industry. Yes, not everything is as smooth as we would like, but this is not a reason to pack our bags, all problems can be solved ...
      1. vv3
        vv3 12 May 2016 17: 15
        +2
        Yes, we have a nuclear shield. But we are not able to wage a modern war. We do not have information support. This is shown by Syria and Ukraine, and it will come out to us everywhere, and soon in the Central Asian republics. There is no depression, there is a desire to avoid human losses. And without such a system this cannot be done, but the tasks will have to be solved anyway. And how. Yours slogans?
    2. SergeyZel
      SergeyZel 12 May 2016 17: 41
      +5
      Absolutely to the point. We do not have modern automated control systems for troops and military means.
    3. Tusv
      Tusv 12 May 2016 22: 47
      -3
      Quote: vv3
      Where to go. There is no modernization. Separate even ultramodern weapons of destruction do not win in modern warfare.
      We do not have integrated combat information systems for managing and conducting combat operations. We do not even have a concept for such a system.

      So. Are you a drunkard or an American spy laughing
      If the first, then you still can't read, if the second - the AMB and the CIA are lazy at the end. Everything is very systemic and in the public domain. hi
  8. Comrade Glebov
    Comrade Glebov 12 May 2016 16: 01
    +5
    Quote: 31rus2
    dear, we are still witnesses of modernization, but by and large the contours of the new Russian army are already visible, but without a strong economy and independent financial structures, it will be more and more difficult for us, a lot needs to be developed and restored anew, this is just "tied up" and the defense industry alone will not pull the country with all the PR and advertising, no illusions are needed

    I support it with both hands! When the fuck will the economy be modernized? I am very glad that everything is in order with our weapons, but as long as we have a nuclear shield, no one will attack us, and “Armata” cannot be smeared on bread, it is too strong. There is no real sector of the economy except the defense industry, everything is based on the latter!
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    2. Volksib
      Volksib 12 May 2016 16: 59
      +5
      Arms exports in 2014 amounted to $ 13,2 billion, foodstuffs were $ 18.9 billion, and sanctions have already been imposed. In 15 years, food exports were slightly more than $ 20 billion. Millions of hectares of arable land have been abandoned. The wages in the countryside are the lowest by industry. Social services are absent in the majority. The villages are dying out. Syria, Ukraine, all this is necessary. But the president was elected by the citizens of Russia. And you need to think first of all about Russia. What we eat, which roads we go, what courts work. Do not get carried away with the external agenda, to the detriment of our country. The volume of the internal market is huge, provided that we, citizens of Russia, will live at least at the level of the same "weak" "occupied" by amers Germany. I fully agree with the real sector and the potential is good.
    3. MiRvSeMvDoM
      MiRvSeMvDoM 12 May 2016 17: 06
      +1
      GDP has already instructed the defense industry to prepare for the production of non-military products, and these are high-tech products of mass demand: mobile phones, PCs, etc. Everything will be OK! If only a decent shmon in the government would do well to bring in. Already these parasites know how to lower the brakes ...
      1. Nehist
        Nehist 12 May 2016 23: 26
        0
        You recall how exactly the same experiment ended in the USSR?
      2. Seren
        Seren 13 May 2016 03: 50
        +2
        The king is good, only the boyars are bad ...
    4. PHANTOM-AS
      PHANTOM-AS 12 May 2016 23: 33
      +3
      Quote: Comrade Glebov
      There is no real sector of the economy except the defense industry; everything rests on the latter!

      and vovadima think that everything rests on "united Russia".
      Downloading oil and gas!
    5. Seren
      Seren 13 May 2016 03: 54
      +1
      The only real sector of the economy is the oil and gas industry. Here everything rests on it. And the defense industry mainly exports to countries that, for financial or political reasons, cannot buy Western-made weapons
  9. Stirbjorn
    Stirbjorn 12 May 2016 16: 03
    +6
    and the Russian government seeks to create conditions so that it can train and retain the future generation of highly qualified specialists.
    What is the matter with the only BMP manufacturer Kurganmashzavod - everyone goes bankrupt? Does the government not care about this?
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    2. Volksib
      Volksib 12 May 2016 17: 01
      +3
      Dima iPhone has not yet mastered a new gadget, but what about BMPs)))))
      1. Saratoga833
        Saratoga833 12 May 2016 19: 55
        +3
        In my opinion, Medvedev had long had to be driven out of the government! This is an empty place. Not only is empty - it is also a direct pest! If you want to ruin something or hopelessly ruin it - entrust Medvedev! But he is the Chairman of the Government!
        1. Seren
          Seren 13 May 2016 03: 55
          0
          So write a letter to the Tsar, he will drive away the negligent Boyarin)))
  10. Kotost
    Kotost 12 May 2016 16: 05
    +3
    Production capacities need to be further increased, and, as far as people are concerned, in the first place it’s not necessary to stamp managers, but to attract skilled workers
  11. bad
    bad 12 May 2016 16: 08
    +1
    which will probably also produce an “unmanned” version of “Almaty”, calling such a tank the weapon of the future.
    ... IMHO, such a vague concept as "probably" is better to leave alone .. and you need to focus on "SPECIFICALLY" .. no need to shine with verbiage, but silently execute the state defense order .. they will tell from above to make an unmanned "Armata" and you will do it like cute ... leave your forecasts to Western "specialist consultants" ..
  12. Aleksandr1959
    Aleksandr1959 12 May 2016 16: 11
    +3
    Need modernization of man. The growth of professionalism, especially in technical specialties. Moreover, both in the Armed Forces and in the military-industrial complex. Stimulation of this process by the state.
    The need for ideology. A person must be clearly aware of whom and what he is protecting.
    1. DenZ
      DenZ 12 May 2016 16: 28
      +7
      We also need human deliberalization. And then we have young people who do not understand why we need weapons (I mean those young people who have only a beautiful life in their heads and "Echo of Moscow" is their favorite radio)
      1. Aleksandr1959
        Aleksandr1959 12 May 2016 16: 38
        +2
        We also need the deliberalization of man

        More precisely, instilling real values.
    2. Bayonet
      Bayonet 12 May 2016 21: 29
      +1
      Quote: Aleksandr1959

      The need for ideology. A person must be clearly aware of whom and what he is protecting.

      If a person has everything in order with his head, then even without ideological treatment he understands who and what needs to be protected. And it’s useless to explain to fools, you can only train. hi
  13. Ros 56
    Ros 56 12 May 2016 16: 36
    +1
    But we have the Ministry of Economic Development, but with the economic development itself, it’s somehow not very good.
    And for the privatization of serious corporations, this fucking minister for some reason runs to negotiate with the state embassy. When I heard, my hair stood on end, I honestly would have killed if he had caught me, hell would have served him, for such a monster I would probably have warmed up half the country.
  14. maxxdesign
    maxxdesign 12 May 2016 16: 53
    +2
    well that's it! it remains to weed out crayfish from World of Tanks, WarThunder and Armored Warfare - and into battle on unmanned armature))
  15. Yak-15
    Yak-15 12 May 2016 16: 57
    -1
    Well, some inadequate question --- what next? There are no boundaries for perfection. It is in this direction that one should keep the course.
  16. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 12 May 2016 16: 58
    -4
    What's next? It's simple: BUY THE PEOPLE OF OUTSIDE BRUSHES, KNIVES, RINGS! A hundred times and a thousand years ago there was in History. At least the Lord of Veliky Novgorod. Kiev at that time was forced by the Pechenegs and Polovtsians into all the breathing and puffing holes. Then Batu satisfied his nukers on the belly buttons of Kiev women .... It's like this: for "genetically pure skaters" .... But what about Novgorod? I was not near Batu and others there .... I traded myself with the Hanseaticans. The fact that the Russian Tsars considered it their duty to plunder Novgorod and the Lands of Severn ... So it was all out of envy and lack of money ...
  17. Armata
    Armata 12 May 2016 17: 25
    +6
    What's next? Spent 87 lyamov to disperse the clouds. And where did all this go? In the Urals, a hurricane wind, and the daily average from 0 to + 10, is now promised to us at night -3, during the day + 10 with rains. Ahrinet, give us 89 lyamov, so that we send you broken trees and broken cars. Now patriots will start yelling, like, tolerate it not for us, but for the west. Silently accept the Muscovites, they hate you for a long time, you protect only your own jo ..... You do not care for everyone around you. I frankly do not care where the T14 product, kaolitsiya, Kurgan will go (there is also part of my work). There is only one BUT, you guys are arrogant. And I frankly do not care. They will take Moscow, they will not take Moscow. The Urals and Siberia will stand. Then come to us to ask for protection.
    1. Armata
      Armata 12 May 2016 20: 37
      +1
      Against
      albanian
      Oleg111
      Saratoga833
      Earnest

      Eagles under these nicknames, let's essentially. Stupidly instruct the minuses and dump on a quiet. Of course in the front posts, they will write off with a bang cool, and then by quiet, no comments. Try to refute my opinion. Or weak? The pressor could, and Ba only quietly mischief.
  18. NordUral
    NordUral 12 May 2016 17: 42
    +2
    Over the past few decades, the American universal military wheeled all-terrain vehicle HMMWV has become the standard by which other models of military transport are judged, since it was involved in all conflicts involving America around the globe and showed its ability to withstand any climate and any conceivable terrain.

    And do not pinch when so openly licking?

    But in essence, the article: a country needs a socially oriented motivation, otherwise everything will be lost forever.
  19. Pitot
    Pitot 12 May 2016 18: 05
    +2
    And then the brains will be upgraded to someone .... or formatted ....
  20. atamankko
    atamankko 12 May 2016 19: 16
    0
    And then we will increase combat training and field training.
  21. Armata
    Armata 12 May 2016 19: 53
    +4
    You read this "Hurray !!!!" Admins stop troll goblin !!!!!!!!!!!!! I rarely go to the site, Smirnov bring the pros site back !!!!!!!!
  22. Torins
    Torins 12 May 2016 21: 17
    0
    Quote: Portolan
    It’s very stupid to have just ONE tank factory for the whole huge country in our turbulent times. One rocket that damaged the main production will stop the production of tanks and then the American, German, French, Israeli tanks will simply be swept away by the ground forces. There should be at least two tank factories so that they duplicate each other.

    Modern weapons are still not possible to produce gross, as during the Second World War. Too much equipment, too much complex production and too many related enterprises, even the assembly process takes much longer than 70 years ago. So as soon as the tanks and planes end, intercontinental ballistic missiles will go into battle)
  23. Bayonet
    Bayonet 12 May 2016 21: 22
    +3
    The head of the Main Armored Directorate of the Ministry of Defense, General Alexander Shevchenko, made Russian President Vladimir Putin laugh by tearing the handle off the car!
    The incident occurred during the president’s inspection of new equipment for the Russian Armed Forces in Sochi.
    Shevchenko, conducting a tour, hurried to open the door of the car, but he failed to do this the first time. As a result, the official tore off the pen.
    “Well done,” Putin commented and laughed.
    As explained by experts, the door of the UAZ Patriot car has an automatic lock. In order to open it, you must start the car. In a de-energized machine, this will not work.
    This is the logic - in order to open the door, you need to start the car, but in order to start the car, you need to open the door! request laughing
  24. Torins
    Torins 12 May 2016 23: 30
    0
    Quote: Bayonet
    The head of the Main Armored Directorate of the Ministry of Defense, General Alexander Shevchenko, made Russian President Vladimir Putin laugh by tearing the handle off the car!
    The incident occurred during the president’s inspection of new equipment for the Russian Armed Forces in Sochi.
    Shevchenko, conducting a tour, hurried to open the door of the car, but he failed to do this the first time. As a result, the official tore off the pen.
    “Well done,” Putin commented and laughed.
    As explained by experts, the door of the UAZ Patriot car has an automatic lock. In order to open it, you must start the car. In a de-energized machine, this will not work.
    This is the logic - in order to open the door, you need to start the car, but in order to start the car, you need to open the door! request laughing

    A trap for the Americans, while they will solve this problem, our will storm the White House in Washington laughing
  25. Zomanus
    Zomanus 13 May 2016 04: 55
    +1
    Our modernization should not stop.
    Because the country is large, there are a lot of different weapons in it.
    And these weapons are constantly aging, mentally and physically.
    And I’m only talking about ground forces.
    We formally have a fleet, but only because they are not at war with us.
    But in essence, we don’t have a fleet, except for those small ships,
    that have been going down recently.
    So wonder what after modernization, to no avail.
  26. Spectre
    Spectre 13 May 2016 15: 40
    +1
    Quote: Torins
    Quote: Portolan
    It’s very stupid to have just ONE tank factory for the whole huge country in our turbulent times. One rocket that damaged the main production will stop the production of tanks and then the American, German, French, Israeli tanks will simply be swept away by the ground forces. There should be at least two tank factories so that they duplicate each other.

    Modern weapons are still not possible to produce gross, as during the Second World War. Too much equipment, too much complex production and too many related enterprises, even the assembly process takes much longer than 70 years ago. So as soon as the tanks and planes end, intercontinental ballistic missiles will go into battle)

    Absolutely, now, in fact, everything rests on subcontractors. It was Soviet factories that could do thousands (or even hundreds of thousands) of all parts on their own, but as they do now, it can be clearly seen in the automotive industry - large companies essentially assemble designers from parts from hundreds of suppliers.

    Therefore, on the one hand, creating another assembly production of tanks is not as difficult as before, but on the other hand, the effect of such duplication will be smaller - it is easier to bomb (or arrange sabotage) at a factory that makes optics / engines / ... and new tanks already there will be nothing to collect from.

    Yes, what a long way to go, we take a fresh example - Zorya-Mashproekt stopped supplying engines due to the ban and that’s all, it’s not clear what to put in the ships.
  27. skaramaks27
    skaramaks27 14 May 2016 22: 27
    0
    Modernization of the Russian army: what's next? And then the modernization of the Russian fleet ... etc.
  28. djsa1
    djsa1 16 May 2016 23: 44
    0
    We need modernization of salaries to existing prices, then everything will be, and the pens will come off and the hatches will not open. They want workers to work hard and do it with enthusiasm.
    And the site has long begun to disappoint. I will say cheers and be a general)))