In Primorye, for the first time, live firing from the "Bastion" BRK

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The coastal troops' rocketeers of the Pacific Fleet completed the first launch of the "Bastion" complex, which recently entered service with the compound, reports press office Eastern District.

In Primorye, for the first time, live firing from the "Bastion" BRK


"In accordance with the combat training plan fleet the missile division, having made a 200-kilometer march from a permanent deployment point to one of the ranges in Primorye, immediately deployed the complex to an unequipped position and launched a missile at a sea target. Later maritime aircraft aviation and the control ships involved in providing live firing confirmed a successful hit on the target, ”the release said.

A total of about 200 military personnel (along with support services) and 20 combat and auxiliary equipment were involved in the event.

It is noted that "to ensure the safety of navigation in the area of ​​the rocket firing, temporarily closed for civilian shipping, more than 10 ships and vessels carrying the PF were involved."

Coastal missile systems "Bastion" is planned to be put on combat duty in August of this year.

Help press service: "BRK" Bastion "is designed to protect the coastline over the length of 600 km. It is capable of striking surface ships of various types and classes under conditions of intense fire and electronic countermeasures. Ammunition of one complex can include up to 36 Onyx missiles. ”
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  1. +4
    July 23 2016
    Demonstration of Bastion for "partners". Obama has long declared the priority of the Pacific theater of operations. Russia and China are like a thorn in the eye.
    1. +2
      July 23 2016
      Quote: oleg-gr
      Demonstration of Bastion for "partners".

      In the photo on the launcher 4 missiles are placed, although in reality for some reason 2 are placed. The bastion complex consists of 12 launchers with 24 missiles on them.
      1. +3
        July 23 2016
        "In the photo, 4 missiles are placed on the launcher, although in reality, for some reason, 2 are placed each. The bastion complex is 12 launchers with 24 missiles on them."

        Yes, the photo is not the topic, this is a modification of Iskander for cruise missiles Caliber NK.
        1. 0
          July 25 2016
          Does this modification support the launch of 4 Caliber NK missiles? it's cool, although the range is reduced ...
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    3. +5
      July 23 2016
      I am very glad that Bastions have arrived in the Far East. especially after Obama's statement that the main zone of US interests is moving from the Middle East to the Pacific Ocean.
      RMB on the image and "Open"
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    5. +3
      July 23 2016
      Any fleet "learns" faster under Bastin fire. laughing
      1. -7
        July 23 2016
        Quote: siberalt
        Any fleet "learns" faster under Bastin fire. laughing

        Serious system ..! As I understand it, just like that we won’t give up ... The maximum damage to the enemy will be inflicted .. And then we’ll go into the woods! And then it will begin ...
        1. -1
          July 23 2016
          Khariton. And do you seriously believe that we simply or not just like that (no, we have the right) to give up? !!!
        2. 0
          July 23 2016
          Khariton. And do you seriously believe that we simply or not just like that (no, we have the right) to give up? !!!
  2. +3
    July 23 2016
    Hey Samurai, have you seen? But this is a mobile complex, and it is not difficult to transfer it to the South Kuril Islands. To avoid, so to speak, bad thoughts. am
  3. +1
    July 23 2016
    It is not clear why the coastal missile system with Calibers cannot be made as a replacement for Balu. All the same, Uranus missiles are significantly inferior to Calibers in the power of the missile warhead and electronics (Calibers in a salvo can distribute targets and operate as a "flock" of Uranus), in addition, there are missiles that accelerate to Mach 2,9 in the final section.
    1. +5
      July 23 2016
      Because ground-based cruise missiles are prohibited by the INF Treaty. For Iskander-K, how much stink of the Americans. By the way, in the photo of the article is not the Bastion.
      PS What is the word p.s. doctorate in VO is not a censored word, VO are you serious?
      1. +2
        July 23 2016
        Quote: Tu-214P
        Because ground-based cruise missiles are prohibited by the INF Treaty.

        Well, the Uranus rocket is also a cruise missile and it is land-based, for that matter, the supersonic Onyx is a ground-based cruise missile.
        1. 0
          July 23 2016
          Maybe it's in the range
          1. 0
            July 23 2016
            Quote: Tu-214P
            Maybe it's in the range

            The United States manufactured coastal missile systems with Harpoons, now it will be adopted by the LRASM anti-ship missiles, most likely this missile will also be placed on coastal launchers, with a range of 800 kilometers.
            1. 0
              July 23 2016
              800 km, like an anti-ship missile, is data from free access. And the sea-based 370 km.
              In general, it is not necessary to believe in TX open for free access, this is done to keep within all kinds of agreements, so that the parties do not unnerve each other. It is already known that Caliber has a range of up to 2000 km, and now it’s definitely the coastal land complex with calibers that is covered by the agreement.
  4. +3
    July 23 2016
    Here's a bastion experienced
    Fuji blooms
    Evening over America ...
  5. 0
    July 23 2016
    Two in one: both exercise and warning.
  6. PKK
    0
    July 23 2016
    Coastal defense is a complex of various equipment and structures. And one BASTION on the entire coast, as it is alarming for border security.
  7. 0
    July 23 2016
    Another small clove in Obama's black anus. Well done rocket men!
  8. +3
    July 23 2016
    Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
    Quote: oleg-gr
    Demonstration of Bastion for "partners".

    In the photo on the launcher 4 missiles are placed, although in reality for some reason 2 are placed. The bastion complex consists of 12 launchers with 24 missiles on them.

    The photo is actually not the Bastion launcher. This is a launcher for the Kalibr coastal anti-ship complex. This launcher was demonstrated several years ago at an exhibition in the Moscow region EMNIP.

    Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
    It is not clear why the coastal missile system with Calibers cannot be made as a replacement for Balu. All the same, Uranus missiles are significantly inferior to Calibers in the power of the missile warhead and electronics (Calibers in a salvo can distribute targets and operate as a "flock" of Uranus), in addition, there are missiles that accelerate to Mach 2,9 in the final section.

    There is no need for this. Coastal anti-ship complexes are a complex of means. Do not wake you on a ship with a displacement of 500-600 tons to spend "Caliber" or "Onyx"
    1. 0
      July 23 2016
      Why not fuck around? The Americans fired 200 tons of "harpoons" and even "tomahawks" at the Libyan minesweepers and nothing - if there was a real threat to the ship? Yes, and our RTO on the "Georgian" sniffed "with a mosquito" and did the right thing - not to hell with our landing "with a bare saber on the embrasure"?
      1. +2
        July 23 2016
        Quote: KudrevKN
        even "tomahawks" at the Libyan minesweepers were fired at 200 tons and nothing

        Tomahawks? No. Are you sure?
        1. -1
          July 23 2016
          I'm sure you can read Alexander Shirokorad's. Maybe the commander of the American cruiser decided to "experiment"? Ask him ?!
          1. +1
            July 23 2016
            Quote: KudrevKN
            Maybe the commander of the American cruiser decided to "experiment"? Ask him ?!

            Really? No. And what kind of GOS was on this "Tomahawk"? In addition, it is you who write the comments, not the "commander of an American cruiser." So don't drive off ...
          2. 0
            July 23 2016
            Quote: KudrevKN
            Tomahawks?

            There were anti-ship modifications of the Tomahawks.
            1. +2
              July 23 2016
              Quote: Lt. air force reserve
              There were anti-ship modifications of the Tomahawks.


              Maybe, of course, I'm not "in the know", can you tell me how this modification was designated, what kind of GOS did it have and on what media was it placed?
              1. -2
                July 23 2016
                "Bullfinch"?
                1. 0
                  July 24 2016
                  Thanks for the minus, but it was a joke! Do you need to check your sense of humor so that you don’t get lame? Good luck
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            3. 0
              July 23 2016
              Thank you, colleague, for your solidarity! "
    2. 0
      July 23 2016
      Quote: Old26
      Do not wake you on a ship with a displacement of 500-600 tons to spend "Caliber" or "Onyx"

      Well, the Uranus rocket is designed to destroy ships with a displacement of up to 5000 tons. Initially, the missile was created as a universal anti-ship missile system, so that an impressive amount of anti-ship missiles could be installed on small ships, and Uranus can also be launched from a helicopter.
      If in the Caspian Sea, Ball is an ideal option, then for the Baltic Fleet, the Black Sea, the North and the Pacific, it is already weak. Potential adversaries already have fairly well-armed fleets there.
    3. +1
      July 25 2016
      Quote: Old26
      The photo is actually not the Bastion launcher. This is a launcher for the Kalibr coastal anti-ship complex. This launcher was demonstrated several years ago at an exhibition in the Moscow region EMNIP.

      This photo is from an article about "Bastion" on VO.
  9. 0
    July 23 2016
    Islands-islands ... There is such a song. I'm kind of waiting for you, islands. Wait wassat . This is what happens only in the movies now. And under the USSR, not really.
  10. 0
    July 23 2016
    Terrible equipment with an effect of up to 600 km, which you can’t get rid of. This is not for Americans right away. So they should forget their current priority - the Far Eastern direction. That is why now the anti-Russian doping war against us has intensified. It is a pity that the black monkey has a lot of sixes, that they play along to him impudently, without even worrying about hiding the true reason for the attack on Russia.
  11. 0
    July 23 2016
    Yapi have superior weapon systems to attack. They have dofig of ships and just UDC. Overwhelming advantage. Proceeding from this, their samurai wants to meet with GDP and conclude a peace treaty, trying to squeeze out 2 islands so far. Well, we are arming our islands heavily.
  12. +2
    July 23 2016
    Quote: KudrevKN
    Why not fuck around? The Americans fired 200 tons of "harpoons" and even "tomahawks" at the Libyan minesweepers and nothing - if there was a real threat to the ship? Yes, and our RTO on the "Georgian" sniffed "with a mosquito" and did the right thing - not to hell with our landing "with a bare saber on the embrasure"?

    If there is nothing else, you can use the "ax" and the "Mosquito". But if there is a possibility - why waste a heavier and more long-range one on trifles. As elsewhere, "Bastion" and "Ball" will replace "Redoubt" and "Rubezh". Each complex complements the other and each has its own priorities.

    Quote: Lt. air force reserve
    If in the Caspian Sea, Ball is an ideal option, then for the Baltic Fleet, the Black Sea, the North and the Pacific, it is already weak. Potential adversaries already have fairly well-armed fleets there.

    If you use only "Ball" - perhaps rather weak, if in combination with others ("Bastion") - quite.

    Quote: Anchonsha
    Terrible technology with an action of up to 600 km

    Not with a range of 600 km. BRK "Bastion" is designed to protect the sea coast length over 600 km.
    1. 0
      July 23 2016
      And if the "bug" is only really small? And he himself can bite very painfully? The same "Georgian" of Ukrainian production ("Leninskaya Kuznitsa", 140 tons) with "termites" was and really approached our detachment - a convoy to "bite"? No, it would probably be possible to "save money" and sink an adversary with "well-aimed artillery" fire? What do you think is a reasonable "economy"?
    2. 0
      July 23 2016
      Respected! It is good to talk on the couch - to rant about "Balls" and "Bastions", "Redoubts and Rubezhi", but in 1988, on convoys in the Strait of Hormuz (max. Width 80 km. Min 20), go alone under the "lumbago", guarding 4-5 tankers of our own and another 10-15 stray ones (do you understand what it means when super tankers "huddle" to each other at a distance of 400-500 meters)? Before your very eyes, someone's plane (Iranian or Iraqi) flies in and hits the extreme Japanese tanker with a "Flying Fish". 150 tons? With all due respect to you, dear comrade, but your sarcasm is not the right place !? Sorry for the emotions!
  13. 0
    July 23 2016
    Quote: Abbra
    Here's a bastion experienced
    Fuji blooms
    Evening over America ...


    Spit so

    Here "Bastion" was tested:
    Fuji smokes
    And America ... is cooling down!
  14. 0
    July 23 2016
    good news for me, I invite you to fishing in the Primorsky Territory !! Ilya Lagutenko, listen, sailboats are a sight for us !!!!
  15. 0
    July 23 2016
    For Primorye, good news !!! that is, it covers almost the entire coast of the region. It's time to close the Far East for all kinds of adventurers, especially regional committees.
  16. +1
    July 23 2016
    Quote: KudrevKN
    And if the "bug" is only really small? And he himself can bite very painfully? The same "Georgian" of Ukrainian production ("Leninskaya Kuznitsa", 140 tons) with "termites" was and really approached our detachment - a convoy to "bite"? No, it would probably be possible to "save money" and sink an adversary with "well-aimed artillery" fire? What do you think is a reasonable "economy"?

    Well, consideration of the situation should not be brought to the point of absurdity. For example, I have never argued that if the "cheap" is not at hand, then one should not use what is, but try to destroy it with artillery fire. They used what was. If there were a Vulcan, they would use a Vulcan (if the minimum range would allow).
    The question is not about where to and where not to put the "Caliber" currently in the language (I'm afraid soon where it is necessary and where it will not be necessary to offer to put "Zircon"). The question is whether "Caliber" is needed where there is "Uranus". Will it not be redundant? And then decide whether diversification by types of anti-ship missiles is needed. Probably not the most stupid people are developing the structures of anti-ship coastal units and an assortment of weapons.
  17. 0
    July 23 2016
    Could put the videos from the shooting.

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