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    Post  sepheronx on Sun Mar 20, 2016 10:55 pm

    Mikoyan is really putting a lot into the MiG-35 project:
    Reconstruction and modernization of the plant manufacturing the RAC "MiG" composite parts

    MiG-35 for the serial production of the aircraft, "MiG" corporation is undertaking a comprehensive modernization of production in Lukhovitsy near Moscow. Thus, in the framework of the federal target program for the development Oborne-industrial complex on production complex number 1 - the branch of the corporation - completed the reconstruction and modernization of the existing plant polymer composite parts and assemblies. There comes the birth of aircraft parts: ailerons, flaps, rudders, stabilizers, deflectors.
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    What the future holds for the MIG fighter jets.

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    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 30, 2016 5:33 pm

    Production of helicopters at the "Rostvertol"

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    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 30, 2016 5:45 pm

    The prospects of the Kazan aviation plant

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    Post  zg18 on Tue Jun 07, 2016 10:08 am

    Via Igor Korotchenko, Irkutsk factory

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    Post  zg18 on Tue Jun 07, 2016 11:10 am

    Irkutsk plant, new assembly shop

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    Post  JohninMK on Mon Jun 13, 2016 3:49 pm

    The list of transactions in which there is an interest, committed, JSC "UAC" in 2015.

    Maintenance of aircraft

    JSC "20 ARZ
    contract No. 1317187326221050104014829/56-538-01/14 on performance of works on maintenance of frontline combat aircraft, military transport aircraft, long-range aviation, naval aviation, air defense and training aircraft, parts of aircraft su-24M, su-27, Il-18, Il-22
    22.10.2015 Additional agreement No. 9
    The change in the contract price in advance.
    The amount of the contract: 1 919 092 018,03
    25.08.2015 Additional agreement № 10
    Changes.
    The amount of the contract: 1 865 957 918,15

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    Parking of aircraft su-24 and MiG-31на AO 514 aircraft repair plant". Rzhev (Tver oblast), 09.05.2015 (C) Aleksandr Markin / russianplanes.net ( link )


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    Post  Austin on Fri Jun 17, 2016 1:40 pm

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    Post  Austin on Sat Jun 18, 2016 11:53 am

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    Post  JohninMK on Wed Jun 22, 2016 11:43 pm



    Rostec has reached an agreement to sell some of its stake in Russian Helicopters to a consortium of Russian and Middle Eastern investment funds for a figure of around $600 million.

    The move is designed to inject additional capital into the owner of the Mil and Kamov brands to allow it to develop new models and expand into new markets, says the Russian state-owned holding company.

    As well as the stake sale, Russian Helicopters will additionally issue new shares, Rostec says. Both will be acquired by the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and a number of Middle Eastern funds, giving them around 25% of the company's capital.

    Sergei Chemezov, Rostec director general, says the divestment will “provide Russian Helicopters opportunities to enter new markets and gain a foothold in them.”

    “We believe that the investment of RDIF and partners will allow Russian Helicopters to accelerate the implementation of its investment program, reduce debt and strengthen its position in the international market,” says Kirill Dmitriev, director general of RDIF.


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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:09 am

    JohninMK wrote:

    Rostec has reached an agreement to sell some of its stake in Russian Helicopters to a consortium of Russian and Middle Eastern investment funds for a figure of around $600 million.

    The move is designed to inject additional capital into the owner of the Mil and Kamov brands to allow it to develop new models and expand into new markets, says the Russian state-owned holding company.

    As well as the stake sale, Russian Helicopters will additionally issue new shares, Rostec says. Both will be acquired by the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and a number of Middle Eastern funds, giving them around 25% of the company's capital.

    Sergei Chemezov, Rostec director general, says the divestment will “provide Russian Helicopters opportunities to enter new markets and gain a foothold in them.”

    “We believe that the investment of RDIF and partners will allow Russian Helicopters to accelerate the implementation of its investment program, reduce debt and strengthen its position in the international market,” says Kirill Dmitriev, director general of RDIF.


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    Still I am wondering why Russia so much believes in foreign investors? Did French sold out Arabs or US their military hi tech companies? or Chinese or Israelis?
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    Post  sepheronx on Thu Jun 23, 2016 2:05 am

    The general belief is that if said middle eastern country purchases stake (For some reason, I would hope it isn't someone like Saudi Arabia, but more like Kuwait or Oman or something along those lines) in the company, that they will see to it that their investments will thrive and the dividends are nice. So in this case, they would be more eager to purchase helicopters themselves as it will bring a return back from their investment/purchases as well they may have more access to the company to also start producing some parts in their respective country. Also, it would be more beneficial for them to convince other nations that they have influence with, to purchase Russian choppers, so they also get a cut out of it.

    Personally, I figure sales of 10% is at best and rest should stay in Russia. But in most cases, most do not want to invest in that meager sum.
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    Post  George1 on Sun Jun 26, 2016 12:07 am

    The draft of the annual report "Irkut" Corporation for 2015

    It unveiled a draft annual report of the Public Joint Stock Company "Scientific and Production Corporation" Irkut "in 2015.

    The draft report states that, in general, during the reporting period, the results of the Company's activities comply with planned values. At the same time achieved the technical and economic indicators of 2015 higher than the corresponding figures of the previous years, which indicates a stable position of the enterprise.

    In 2015, it achieved record sales - 82 787 million rubles.. The increase compared with 2014 was 39% in terms of sales and 34% for the production of gross output. Total customers put about 60 aircraft (of which more than half in the framework of the state defense order).

    The share of exports in the total volume of shipments was 38%, which is higher than the corresponding figure in 2014 (22%).

    The total return on sales gross profit was 9%. This exceeds the corresponding figure of last year 3 times, due to the increase in the share of export contracts in the revenue structure of the Corporation.


    2.1. The position of the Corporation in the industry.


    Aviation industry - one of the leading industries of high-tech sectors of the Russian economy. Progress in the sector contributes significantly to move away from the raw model of development of the Russian economy, increasing exports of machinery and technical products and import substitution.

    The development of the aircraft industry provides a strengthening of the national security of the Russian Federation and the protection of the strategic interests of the state. Generated by the state industry development strategy embodied in the following documents:

    The federal target program "Development of the defense industry of the Russian Federation for 2011-2020";

    The State Program "Development of the aviation industry in 2013 - 2025 years";

    The state program of armaments to 2020, the development strategy of PJSC "UAC" in the period up to 2025.

    The Corporation is a leading aircraft building enterprises of the Russian Federation, it holds a leading position in Russia in terms of the portfolio of orders for the production of military aircraft.

    Six years in a row (2009-2014), the Ministry of Industry and Trade Company appropriated the title of the best exporter in the category "Aircraft (aircraft)." The staff of the Corporation in 2015 marked appreciation of the Russian President for the execution of contracts for the supply of the Russian Defense Ministry aircraft on time and with high quality.

    In 2015 PJSC "Corporation" Irkut "timely and fully perform its obligations under the state defense order and export contracts.

    Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation and foreign customers [set] only about 60 multipurpose fighters Su-30 combat training aircraft Yak-130. Revenue PJSC "Corporation" Irkut "in 2015 increased compared with the previous year by 39% and amounted to 82.787 billion rubles.

    2.2. The client base of the Corporation.


    The customer base is presented in the context of the Corporation's product line.

    Su-30 multirole fighter


    In 2015, the Corporation made fighter jets that were delivered in the Ministry of Defense of Russia and for export. In 2015, in the framework of contracts The Corporation has delivered to the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation about 30 Su-30SM. Multipurpose super-maneuverable fighter Double, created on the basis of the Su-30MK, adapted to the Russian Ministry of Defense requirements in terms of radar systems, radio and state identification, weapons composition, ejection seat and a number of support systems.

    In September 2015 the Russian Defense Ministry and the PSC "Corporation" Irkut "signed a contract for the supply of additional multi-purpose Su-30SM. Terms of the contract provide for the supply of aircraft during 2016-2017 years.

    In 2015, the Corporation has expanded the geography of military aircraft. New Su-30SM received the Republic of Kazakhstan.

    In 2015, the continued supply of technological units and equipment to support the operation of the aircraft Su-30MKI under license production and overhaul of the Indian corporation Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).

    In April 2015 a contract was signed for the delivery of 14 Su-30MK in the Republic of Algeria. Algerian Air Force is already using the Su-30MK aircraft production of PJSC "Corporation" Irkut ".


    Combat training aircraft Yak-130.

    In 2015, the Corporation has completed production and delivery of combat training aircraft Yak-130 on the existing contracts for the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. During the reporting year the Corporation has put military-space forces of Russia for more than 10 combat training aircraft Yak-130. Total for the period 2012-2015. Russian Ministry of Defense
    There were transferred about 70 Yak-130 aircraft.

    In 2015, the Corporation continued to supply combat training aircraft Yak-130 for export: aircraft received by the Air Force of the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Bangladesh.

    In April 2015 the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Belarus 4 Yak-130 were transferred. Flight and engineering staff of the Air Force of Belarus were trained to implement the flight and technical operation of the Yak-130 aircraft. In August, 2015 between the Corporation and the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Belarus signed a second contract for the supply of more 4 Yak-130 aircraft. Delivery of the aircraft is scheduled for 2016.

    In 2015 were transferred to the Republic of Bangladesh 14 Yak-130. Flight and technical personnel of the customer has been trained in the operation and maintenance of the Yak-130 aircraft. Production of the Yak-130 aircraft as part of the State contract for the supply of 16 aircraft to the Republic of Bangladesh, was launched in 2014, 2 more aircraft will be delivered to the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Bangladesh in 2016.

    Training aircraft Yak-152.

    The Corporation is involved in the development of the training complex initial flight training of pilots based on the Yak-152 for the needs of the Russian Ministry of Defence and the organization of its production on the basis of the IAP. In 2015
    IAP completed on manufacturing of equipment for the lantern, fuselage, empennage Yak-152. Commenced production of first and second flight model, a model for static tests, the sample for the endurance tests, cabins ksape tests, procedural simulator.

    2.4. Priority areas for action.

    The main activities of the Corporation in 2015 were the manufacture of military aircraft, the development of a family of aircraft MS-21 aircraft and the initial training of the Yak-152.

    Corporation fully and timely supplied by the state defense order and export contracts multifunctional fighters Su-30cm and combat training aircraft Yak-130, carries out the export supply of technological units of the Su-30MK, their after-sales service and upgrade.

    The main production and supply volumes fall on the military aircraft, while in the reporting year, the number of assigned combat training aircraft Yak-130 is almost equal to the volume of supply multi-role fighters Su-30.

    During the period 2012-2015. in the framework of contracts The Corporation has delivered to the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation for more than 60 Su-30cm. Deliveries will be continued in 2016.

    In 2015 it carried out the first export delivery of Su-30SM - 4 aircraft transferred to the Republic of Kazakhstan. Cooperation on existing contracts with the Republic of Kazakhstan is planned to continue.

    For the period 2016-2017 gg. scheduled delivery of Su-30MK aircraft in the Algerian People's Democratic Republic.

    Will continue to work in cooperation with the Indian corporation Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), carrying out licensed production of Su-30MKI of the supplied technological packages and organizing major overhaul of previously delivered aircraft with the use of repair kits and equipment manufacturing Corporation.

    The project UBS Yak-130 provides the Corporation expand its product niche in the global aviation market, as well as the presence in the product range of competitive products, ensures a stable volume of sales in the medium and long term. In 2015, the delivery was carried out over 10 Yak-130 for the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. Total for the period 2012-2015. adopted the Russian Defense Ministry was passed about 70 Yak-130 aircraft.

    In addition to supplying the Russian Defense Ministry in 2015 were carried out exports of aircraft Yak-130 14 aircraft shipped in the People's Republic of Bangladesh, 4 aircraft - in the Republic of Belarus.

    In addition to aircraft deliveries Corporation successfully executes contracts for the supply of the property to ensure the operation of the Yak-130 aircraft. It provides after-sales service customer aircraft basing points.

    In 2016, exports will continue Yak-130: 4 aircraft to the Republic of Belarus, 2 aircraft to the Republic of Bangladesh. Continue training pilots and technical staff of customers. It is predicted the production and implementation of additional deliveries of the Yak-130 aircraft in the interests of the Russian Federation Ministry of Defence.


    2.8 Prospects and problems of development of the Company

    Taking into account the results of production and economic activity in the reporting year, the Company plans to achieve in 2016 the following major factors: the cost of the year-end order book at least 635 billion rubles .; revenue growth (under RAS) is not less than 30%; increase in net profit doubled; increased investment in priority projects is more than 3 times.

    In 2016 for the Corporation's priorities are the following activities:

    Execution of works on state contracts under the program of the MS-21, the completion of the assembly and maintenance of the first flight of the 1st flight of the aircraft MC-21-300;

    Implementation of the state defense order: Delivery of aircraft Su-30cm, the Yak-130, and the property to him the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, ensuring their use in videoconferencing Russia;

    Execution of export contracts regarding delivery of Yak-130 and Su-30cm, the Su-30MKI (A) of the property to him, the training of pilots and technical staff of customers;

    Continuation of cooperation in terms of technical assistance for the organization of licensed production of aeronautical engineering corporation HAL in the project Su-30MKI;

    carrying out R & D on the modernization of the Yak-130;

    conduct in the interests of the Russian Defense Ministry ROC training aircraft Yak-152;

    carrying out R & D on import substitution in the production of the Su-30 and Yak-130;

    Provision of integrated logistics support products of aviation equipment, software serviceability of the target level established by the customer, the supply of spare parts for their modernization and overhaul.

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    Post  Boshoed on Mon Jun 27, 2016 5:55 pm

    From the United Aircraft Corporation Facebook page.

    'On the initiative of the aviation complex D. S. V. Ilʹyushina for CCS Russia creates a forward-looking, the average of the military transport plane that is indexed ilyushin il-214.
    This plane is designed for transportation and a paratroop ship prep details of personnel, goods and technology on the platforms, becparashyutnogo dumping of goods with small heights. He will provide a wide range of transportation of goods, weighing 20 tons at a distance of more than 2 miles from the ground and artificial airstrips. Provides for the possibility of exploitation of the aircraft with the high-altitude airports, including in situations of high temperatures, day and night, in simple and complex weather.
    As propulsion engine aircraft discusses two fs-90 a or two prospective engine APS-14. Flight tests of the engine of the poa-14 began in the year 2015 in the composition of the flying laboratory ilyushin il-76 L.L..
    Under the leadership of the bureau of the schematic design jsc "IL" was molded scale model of a forward-looking secondary military transport plane and engineers aerogidrodinamicheskogo on behalf of the central institute of Professor - Kharkiv Aviation Institute prepared to fulfil its purge in a wind tunnel, both with engines provide a FS-90 a, so And the poa-14.'

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    Post  George1 on Mon Jul 04, 2016 7:21 am

    Annual Report 514 th Aircraft Repair Plant for 2015

    Published annual report of the Joint Stock Company "514 Aircraft Repair Plant" (Rzhev, Tver region) in 2015.

    As is clear from the report, the company in 2015 has upgraded 2x MiG-31 of MiG-31BM variant, and repaired 8x MiG-31, 4x MiG-29, 18x Su-24M and 5x Su-24MR.

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    "Rostvertol" plant

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    Congratulations to Mr. Rollan Martirosov and thank you, for all your work hard work, Mr. Rollan Martirosov, still works with the Sukhoi design Bureau, he started working for Sukhoi design Bureau, in 1959.

    Mr. Rollan Martirosov is still working on the SU 34, "As chief designer of the Su-34, Martirosov currently provides technical management works on increasing the combat capabilities of Su-34 under the state contract with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation".



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    Post  George1 on Sat Oct 22, 2016 1:32 pm

    Photos of Kazan Helicopter Plant

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    Post  Austin on Mon Oct 31, 2016 4:47 pm

    Take Off Magazine New Issue

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    Post  Austin on Wed Nov 02, 2016 6:28 pm

    Russia & CIS Observer №43 November, 2016

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    Post  Singular_Transform on Sat Nov 19, 2016 10:42 pm

    I spent same time and calculated the capability of the RU aviation industry vs US aviation industry.

    Interesting result.

    The cost of the SU-34 is 1.1 billion rubel , the average yearly mancost is 433860 rubel.
    Means one aircraft needs 2535 manyear to make.

    Cost of the F/A-18 super 70 million $ , average yearly mancost 41625 dollars.

    so the plane cost 1681 manyear to make.

    Means the RU productivity is 66% of the US productivity.

    The above numbers are the contractual batch price for both aircraft divided back to the unit price.

    I think in the SU times the above ratio was 33% ish.


    Means that the military outlay of the RU is 50% of the US military capability.

    The above calculation for China vs usa using the type 55 vs Alan burke gives 55% ratio between the two country.

    Based on the above the Chinese military spending 143% of the US military spending, the Russian 50%.

    At the moment the US enjoy the advantage of the inherited hardware / infrastructure, but this advantage in ten years time disappear .
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    Post  kvs on Sun Nov 20, 2016 12:02 am

    Singular_Transform wrote:I spent same time and calculated the capability of the RU aviation industry vs US aviation industry.

    Interesting result.

    The cost of the SU-34 is 1.1 billion rubel , the average yearly mancost is 433860 rubel.
    Means one aircraft needs 2535 manyear to make.

    Cost of the F/A-18 super 70 million $ , average yearly mancost 41625 dollars.

    so the plane cost 1681 manyear to make.

    Means the RU productivity is 66% of the US productivity.

    What!? Where is the time variable in this "analysis"? You are dividing the costs by average worker salaries (where did you get the data?)
    and inferring a man-year figure. It ain't that simple. You need to scale by the actual fraction of a year that it takes to make one.

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    Post  Singular_Transform on Sun Nov 20, 2016 10:28 pm

    kvs wrote:
    Singular_Transform wrote:I spent same time and calculated the capability of the RU aviation industry vs US aviation industry.

    Interesting result.

    The cost of the SU-34 is 1.1 billion rubel , the average yearly mancost is 433860 rubel.
    Means one aircraft needs 2535 manyear to make.

    Cost of the F/A-18 super 70 million $ , average yearly mancost 41625 dollars.

    so the plane cost 1681 manyear to make.

    Means the RU productivity is 66% of the US productivity.

    What!? Where is the time variable in this "analysis"? You are dividing the costs by average worker salaries (where did you get the data?)
    and inferring a man-year figure. It ain't that simple. You need to scale by the actual fraction of a year that it takes to make one.


    I get the given year wages data from tradingeconomics.com

    I divided back full orders by unit numbers, and calculated the above data from that.


    What was your expectation ?

    By the GDP exchange rate numbers this should be 10%, by the PPP data it should be around 40-45%, sot this calculation gives more balanced view than anything else.
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    Post  miketheterrible on Mon Nov 21, 2016 1:17 am

    Singular_Transform wrote:
    kvs wrote:
    Singular_Transform wrote:I spent same time and calculated the capability of the RU aviation industry vs US aviation industry.

    Interesting result.

    The cost of the SU-34 is 1.1 billion rubel , the average yearly mancost is 433860 rubel.
    Means one aircraft needs 2535 manyear to make.

    Cost of the F/A-18 super 70 million $ , average yearly mancost 41625 dollars.

    so the plane cost 1681 manyear to make.

    Means the RU productivity is 66% of the US productivity.

    What!?  Where is the time variable in this "analysis"?  You are dividing the costs by average worker salaries (where did you get the data?)
    and inferring a man-year figure.  It ain't that simple.   You need to scale by the actual fraction of a year that it takes to make one.


    I get the given year wages data from tradingeconomics.com

    I divided back full orders by unit numbers, and calculated the above data from that.


    What was your expectation ?

    By the GDP exchange rate numbers this should be 10%, by the PPP data it should be around 40-45%, sot this calculation gives more balanced view than anything else.

    Still doesn't work that way simply because you are probably looking at general and not what the actual costs are. especially for workforce in Russia since there isn't as much accurate data. Also, it differentiates between planes and set of equipment so it is worth looking at how much it costs for other aircrafts in Russia vs that of US and its counterpart (Su-34 doesn't quite equal F-18S/H). Plus contracts are much different regarding the countries and their procurement.
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    Post  Singular_Transform on Mon Nov 21, 2016 8:46 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:

    Still doesn't work that way simply because you are probably looking at general and not what the actual costs are. especially for workforce in Russia since there isn't as much accurate data. Also, it differentiates between planes and set of equipment so it is worth looking at how much it costs for other aircrafts in Russia vs that of US and its counterpart (Su-34 doesn't quite equal F-18S/H). Plus contracts are much different regarding the countries and their procurement.


    https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/us-navy-seeks-16-more-fa-18-super-hornets-421845/
    http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-states/indicators
    1.3 billion $ for 16 F/A-18


    http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/mig-29smt-fulcrum-multirole-fighter-aircraft/
    http://www.tradingeconomics.com/russia/wages-in-manufacturing
    17 billion RUB for 16 MIG-29 SMT (seems like this cost 1-1.1 billion each)


    With this numbers the required manyears for the F-18 2200 , for the MIG-29 2564.

    Means the efficiency of Russia is 85.7%.

    Interesting is based on exchange rate the mig cheaper by 82%,

    Based on required manhours the MIG is expensive by 17%.

    Of course you can say that the Russian wage statistic bad, but in that case you can expect higher average wages than lower one ( usually if someone cheat with salaries he doing it to pay less tax, not to pay more Very Happy ) , means the real cost of airplanes get closer to each other.



    Of course you can say that one f-18 worth thousand of migs and sukhois : )
    the fact : russia can run the twice as big military as UK + France + Germany together , and half as big as the US : )

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