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    JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  GarryB on Fri Nov 05, 2010 7:11 am

    Thanks for that Vlad, but the navy file is the contents file rather than the actual catalog.

    ie
    http://www.roe.ru/cataloque/navy/navy.pdf

    There is also an air defence file:

    http://www.roe.ru/cataloque/air_def/air_def.pdf

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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  nightcrawler on Fri Nov 05, 2010 11:39 am

    Are these for the 2010 year; the dates comply wth 2005 line products
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  GarryB on Fri Nov 05, 2010 11:45 am

    The full catalogue itself was compiled quite some time ago and when it was available for sale cost about $200 US. They will have more modern versions of the catalogue, but I would think they would prefer you bought those rather than downloading them for free.

    If you are an actual customer I am sure they will happily make available the latest information on all their available wares.


    (note I bought the 2002 and 2004 Books for a total of $400 dollars... though of course I have had them for 6 and 8 years respectively Smile )
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  IronsightSniper on Fri Nov 05, 2010 3:18 pm

    There is a 60 mb full catalog out there that you can download for free, it was made at about 2001 though.
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  nightcrawler on Fri Nov 05, 2010 8:55 pm

    There was a book abt Russian weapon 2010 ??
    I can't find ant descriptive link about it before I pay for it
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  GarryB on Sat Nov 06, 2010 1:59 am

    @ironsightsniper, yes, I understand that that is one of the first catalogues of this style and it included in service material as well as newer stuff. Later catalogues tend to include more upgrades and new stuff they can make now.

    For instance in the first catalogue there will be listings for AT-3 ATGMs, whereas in the earlier catalogues you might still find AT-3s being listed as improved models with new warheads and slightly higher flight speeds, and in later catalogues you will only find it as target drones for testing SAMs or you wont find it at all.

    Regarding a 2010 catalogue... I don't know, but for the 2011 catalogue that is to be printed I assume next year you can look at:

    http://www.milparade.com/content.php?page=901&lang=1

    Item 11 is the 2006-2007 catalogue, with a new edition planned for 2011.
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  IronsightSniper on Sat Nov 06, 2010 6:57 pm

    I wasn't actually talking to you in particular, Garry :v


    But on the subject of that catalog, it appears to have been deleted from the source I had download it from Neutral
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  GarryB on Sun Nov 07, 2010 1:12 am

    Sorry Ironsight, I didn't realise it was a private conversation. Embarassed

    My Bad.
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  IronsightSniper on Sun Nov 07, 2010 2:23 am

    No, no, it was more or less a general post directed at the thread topic.
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    Russia at Chinese Aerospace Show

    Post  nightcrawler on Wed Nov 17, 2010 10:24 pm

    From 16 to 21 November 2010 the Rosoboronexport State Corporation will take part in the eighth International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition Airshow China 2010. The Corporation regards the exhibition as a step towards strengthening military-technical cooperation with China. This year about 40 models of armaments and military equipment for the Air Force and Air Defense and 10 civilian and dual-use products are on display at its stand.

    China remains one of the most important Russian partners, despite some decrease in China’s share of Russian exports. Active cooperation in the field of aircraft and air defense equipment is going on.

    "We hope to hold talks during the exhibition, which will give new impetus to the rapid development of military-technical cooperation between the two countries. The Chinese Army has been successfully operating Russian equipment, the foundation for our cooperation is strong, so we need to find ways that would accommodate the interests of both parties," – said Sergey Kornev, head of the Rosoboronexport delegation and chief of the Air Force special equipment and services export department.

    At Rosoboronexport stand, the participants and visitors to Airshow China 2010 will be able to get acquainted with the latest models of Russian air materiel.

    The Su-type aircraft are represented by the Su-30MK, Su-30MK2 and the latest Su-35. The latter occupies a special place in Rosoboronexport’s exposition. This multi-role super maneuverable aircraft has been developed using the fifth generation technologies. It has a new engine with thrust vector control, increased power and longer service life. An advanced information management system, an electronically- and mechanically-scanned array radar, new navigation and radio communication equipment, highly effective EW system, modern weapons - all this gives the Su-35 superiority over its counterparts. An onboard oxygen generator and auxiliary power unit significantly reduce the number of required ground airfield support facilities.

    Equally interesting to foreign experts are MiG series fighters: MiG-29SMT, MiG-35 and its two-seat version. A distinctive feature of the MiG-35 is a well-balanced combination of high flight performance, operational effectiveness, reliability and safety. It is equipped with the Zhuk-AE active phased array radar, which detects targets at a distance of 150 km and tracks simultaneously 30 of them. In addition, the pilot can attack several targets at once with precision-guided weapons.

    The newest Yak-130 combat trainer intended for efficient crew training has been developed in Russia and is entering service with the Air Force. This is today one of aircraft models enjoying increased attention from foreign partners. Owing to its excellent flight performance and special integrated combat employment simulation system, the Yak-130 is now the most effective means for training pilots to fly all modern fighters. In addition, the Yak-130 can be successfully used as a light combat aircraft.

    Specialists will be able to get acquainted with the unique Be-200 amphibious aircraft, which proved excellent in extinguishing fires in Europe and Russia. Among the other exhibits are Il-76MD and Il-112V military transport aircraft, Il-78MK tanker, and Il-114MP patrol aircraft.

    Russia remains a leader in several niches of the helicopter market. Strong demand for Russian rotorcraft suggests their high efficiency and reliability. This year the export deliveries in this equipment category will increase by 30% compared to 2009.

    The family of Mi-type helicopters is represented at the exhibition by the Mi-35M transport combat helicopter, Mi-171Sh military transport helicopter, the world’s heaviest Mi-26T helicopter and its upgraded Mi-26T2 version. The MI-26 showed its unique capabilities in China in fire extinguishing and elimination of the consequences of earthquakes. With its help, it was possible to quickly airlift numerous military units and rescuers, heavy construction equipment and evacuate large groups of victims. Its latest version Mi-26T2 has a reduced crew and is equipped with new avionics enabling day/night operation.

    Professionals may also get acquainted with a wide lineup of Kamov helicopters, including Ka-32 and Ka-226T multi-purpose helicopters, Ka-31 radar picket helicopter. Increased attention to the Ka-52 attack helicopter is also expected. It features powerful armor protection and weapons. Owing to its unique maneuverability, the Ka-52 can perform combat turns within a short time to take an advantageous position for attack. It can effectively conduct reconnaissance, surveillance and targeting missions, be used as a command vehicle coordinating an attack helicopter team.

    Russia has traditionally held strong positions as regards air defense systems. The AD systems offered by Rosoboronexport make it possible to build an integrated air defense system, providing the interception and destruction of not only aerodynamic air targets, but also ballistic missiles at various altitudes and ranges.

    http://www.defencetalk.com/russia-at-china-aerospace-airshow-30161/
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    Russia Pulls Out of S.Korea Fighter Tender

    Post  Russian Patriot on Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:11 am

    Russia Pulls Out of S.Korea Fighter Tender

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    15:10 30/01/2012 MOSCOW, January 30 (RIA Novosti) - Russia's main military aircraft maker has decided not to take part in South Korea’s largest-ever arms tender, for a new fighter aircraft, The Korea Times said on Monday citing the country’s military procurement authorities.

    The winner of the FX-III tender will sign a $7.3-billion deal to supply 60 advanced fighter jets with stealth capability for South Korea’s Air Force.

    “No Russian firm submitted an application to attend the program’s explanatory session, which was a prerequisite to participate, by the Friday registration deadline,” a spokesman for South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) told the paper.

    DAPA earlier said Russia’s aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi was listed as one of the four contenders for the F-X III project with its Sukhoi T-50 PAK FA stealth multirole fighter, against American manufacturers Boeing, offering the F-15SE Silent Eagle, Lockheed Martin with the F-35 Lightning II and the European Aeronautic Defense and Space Company (EADS)’s Eurofighter Typhoon.

    Saab also filed an application to participate in the tender with its Gripen multirole fighters, but South Korean officials say the aircraft “does not meet many of the Air Force’s requirements.”

    Sukhoi pulled out of the race because it had not sought approval from the Russian government and the local trade mission, officials at the Trade Representation of the Russian Federation in Korea said .

    “Both the Russian government and its trade delegations here have yet to receive any proposal from any Russian aviation companies,” a senior Russian trade representative told The Korea Times.

    In the early 2000s, Sukhoi lost in the first phase of the tender program, FX-I, largely over concerns about interoperability between the Su-35 fighter it was then offering with South Korea’s existing fleet of mainly U.S.-made aircraft.

    Korea has already purchased 60 F-15s from Boeing, which won both the FX-I and II projects in 2002 and 2008.

    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/news/2012/01/mil-120130-rianovosti01.htm
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  TR1 on Tue Jan 31, 2012 4:49 am

    Don't think Russia was really ever in it, despite Korean claims.
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  GarryB on Tue Jan 31, 2012 5:06 am

    Yeah, they would likely have loved to have had a chance to test the Russian plane against the US and European planes, but it is unlikely to have won... while giving up a lot of secrets...
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  runaway on Tue Jan 31, 2012 7:46 pm

    Yes, a logical descision not to take part, as the US practically decides S.Koreas political and military.
    Wiser to sell to Thailand and other "free" states.
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    Arms info and exports internet pages

    Post  GarryB on Sun Jul 08, 2012 3:05 am

    I found this awesome website:

    http://armstrade.sipri.org/armstrade/page/trade_register.php

    ...put in Russia as the supplier, and a date range and include all weapons and it will generate a rich text file that can be opened in Word or Wordpad to list all the official exports/sales for the selected period.

    Looks pretty neat to me.

    Enjoy.


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    Arms info and exports sites

    Post  TR1 on Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:18 am

    Great find!
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    Exports of highly advanced technology weapons

    Post  George1 on Fri Aug 10, 2012 6:38 pm

    Some highly advanced technology Russian weapons maybe shouldn't be exported?

    S-400, PAK-FA, Iskander


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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  TR1 on Fri Aug 10, 2012 9:40 pm

    Can always dumb it down to acceptable levels, while remaining potent enough for customers.
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    Post  George1 on Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:52 pm

    I wouldn't export the hardware above however to Chinese who are specialized in reverse engineering and copying
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    Post  TR1 on Sat Aug 11, 2012 1:04 am

    Eh, I don't know how I feel about the Chinese. On one hand, it is the most egregious example of lack of respect for intellectual property, but on the other hand:
    1.) All nations engage/at some point in recent history engaged in liberal "application" of foreign ideas to their own industries.
    2.) Despite all the hooplah about China copying Russian equipment, Russian companies still benefited greatly (and still do!) from the Chinese market, especially when times were rough. No reason to lose a lucrative market, China will advance its military industry either way.

    But deals should only be made for economically viable numbers, or rejected, just like China's attempt to buy several Su-35s (hilarious CHina-bot refusals aside).
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  TheArmenian on Sat Aug 11, 2012 1:43 am

    Everything has a price.

    I wouldn't mind selling one single PAK-FA (with full specs) for 5 billion dollars to anyone. Yes, they will be able to extract the secrets and make copies, but that 5B will be used to create a much better PAK-FA.
    If the customer wants to pay less, they well get a "tuned down" model corresponding to the price they will pay.

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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  GarryB on Sat Aug 11, 2012 2:38 am

    Technology moves on, so as long as the exported item is suitably downgraded and also different enough to give the local stuff an edge...bearing in mind that once it is sold they could simply upgrade things themselves anyway using israeli or french or stolen technology, or indeed something they might have come up with themselves.

    At the end of the day denying them access to certain things will simply make them turn elsewhere, and with the warsaw pact now part of NATO looking to the west and the US for their military needs Russia needs to develop and cultivate new customers... and that includes talking through issues like illegal copies.

    As long as the money made is directly invested into getting more into Russian service and further upgrades I have no problem.


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    Russian Diesel-electric Submarines exports

    Post  Viktor on Thu Dec 20, 2012 5:10 am

    Well I guess same as with another 30 Su-30SM nobody sow this coming.

    But than again life is full of surprises ... well

    here it is. China is interested in 4 Amour-1650 for 2 bin$


    20.12.12 «Ú»: RUSSIAN AMUR SUBMARINES BECAME INTERESTED IN CHINA, THE VALUE OF THE CONTRACT COULD REACH 2 BILLION DOLLARS


    Gazeta.ru. JSC Rosoboronexport signed a framework contract with the Chinese side on the joint design and construction for the Navy China four conventionally powered submarines in Russia's newest "Amur-1650", the newspaper Kommersant , citing sources familiar with the situation.

    The two submarines will be built in Russia and two in China, with contractual limitations would not allow the Chinese side copy the Russian equipment, officials say.

    One source editions reported that "a contract for the submarines is vital for Russia and stands at the head of the presidential list of projects with China. Dopsoglašenie on the implementation of the first phase of work, he said, could be signed before the end of this year, with the manufacturing plant from the Russian side has not yet been determined.

    According to the source, a firm contract, the value of which presumably will be 2 billion dollars, the United States will be signed until the year 2015.

    "This means that China can beat India and Venezuela, previously demonstrated interest in the project" Amur-1650, "noted the newspaper.



    China and Amour-1650

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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  GarryB on Thu Dec 20, 2012 7:35 am

    Well this is interesting.

    The Amur-1650 is an interesting vessel that should be quite a capable sub... I suspect the US will not be happy about this.

    According to the source, a firm contract, the value of which presumably will be 2 billion dollars, the United States will be signed until the year 2015.

    I suspect they mean the United Ship building company?


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