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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  George1 on Sat Nov 19, 2016 1:41 pm

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The combat readiness of two Utes coastal silo-based missile systems in Crimea was restored and confirmed by successful launches of the P-35 cruise missiles, a source the Crimean in law enforcement agencies told RIA Novosti.

    Read more: https://sputniknews.com/russia/201611191047609773-russia-utes-crimea-missiles-ready/


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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  franco on Tue Nov 22, 2016 10:56 pm

    "Previously, the newspaper of the Pacific Fleet "Battle Watch" reported the location and setting on combat duty divisions antiship DBK "Bastion" on the island of Iturup and DBK "Bal" on the island of Kunashir Kuril chain, as well as the preparation of these units to the training of missile launches."


    Apparently another "Bastion" division was placed on Kunashir last year, so this would equal a brigade of Coastal Artillery Rocket assets. A division generally is 3-4 firing units with commanding support units.
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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  George1 on Wed Nov 23, 2016 12:22 am

    Bal and Bastion: Meet Two Coastal Defense Systems Russia Deployed to Kurils

    Read more: https://sputniknews.com/military/201611221047718343-bal-bastion-defense-systems/


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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  Austin on Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:32 am

    Can some one translate this in English , this is Bastion specs , Specially the part where it says 450 km and 180-350 km
    The altitude is 15 km and below that there is another 200 km mentioned what does it say ?


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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  Ned86 on Wed Nov 23, 2016 3:27 pm

    Austin wrote:Can some one translate this in English , this is Bastion specs , Specially the part where it says 450 km and 180-350 km
    The altitude is 15 km and below that there is another 200 km mentioned what does it say ?
    15km is not altitude, but Minimum firing range.
    So, regarding these specifications we have:

    Maximum firing range against land targets: 450km
    Maximum firing range against sea targets: from 180 to 350km
    Minimum firing range: 15km
    Maximum distance between missile launchers and seacoast : up to 200km

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    Post  Austin on Wed Nov 23, 2016 3:35 pm

    Ned86 wrote:
    Austin wrote:Can some one translate this in English , this is Bastion specs , Specially the part where it says 450 km and 180-350 km
    The altitude is 15 km and below that there is another 200 km mentioned what does it say ?
    15km is not altitude, but Minimum firing range.
    So, regarding these specifications we have:

    Maximum firing range against land targets: 450km
    Maximum firing range against sea targets: from 180 to 350km
    Minimum firing range: 15km
    Maximum distance between missile launchers and seacoast : up to 200km
    Thanks
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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  franco on Sun Nov 27, 2016 1:58 pm

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    A-222E Bereg-E and Bal-E Modern Coastal Defense Systems from Russia

    Post  Benya on Thu Jan 19, 2017 6:57 pm

    A-222E Bereg-E and Bal-E Modern Coastal Defense Systems from Russia

    The coastal defense is one of the major tasks placed before armed forces of world`s littoral states. Therefore, the security of green waters is a pivotal issue, and reliable, and combat-effective systems are required to fulfill it. Russia`s Rosoboronexport company (a subsidiary of the Rostec state corporation) offers modern coastal defense weapons such as the A-222E Bereg-E mobile coastal artillery system and the Bal-E coastal defense missile system.


    A-222E Bereg-E mobile coastal artillery system

    The A-222E Bereg-E mobile coastal artillery system is intended to destroy and suppress enemy`s sea and coast-based assets and to provide protection against attacks of surface combatants. The system can effectively engage sea and ground targets moving at high speeds. Bereg-E is comprised of a central post with a fire control system, six self-propelled guns, and one or two combat duty support vehicles. The central post is intended for controlling of battery firing. The fire control system features a radar, a TV/optical station with a laser rangefinder, sights, a digital computer, and other electronical subsystems. It can operate even in an electronic countermeasures environment. The self-propelled guns are equipped with optical/mechanical sights, ballistic computers, and laser rangefinders. They can deliver fire by remote commands from the central post or in the self-contained mode, using the aforementioned pieces of equipment. The guns are loaded semi-automatically with complete rounds. They can fire high-explosive and anti-aircraft projectiles. The combat support vehicles provide power supply and rooms for the crews` rest, messing, and medical treatment. The components of Bereg-E are mounted on MAZ-543M 8x8 wheeled all-terrain trucks.


    A-222E Bereg-E mobile coastal artillery system

    According to the specifications of the Bereg-E mobile coastal artillery system in the official catalogue of the Rosoboronexport company, it has a caliber of 130 mm, an effective firing range of 20 km, a moving sea target engagement time of 1-2 minutes (with a kill probability of 0.8 ), a number of targets engaged in the simultaneous mode of 1-2 (with any gun combination), and a firing rate of 12-14 rounds per minute.


    BAL-E Coastal Missile System at IMDS 2013

    The Bal-E coastal defense missile system is designed to control territorial waters, to protect components of naval infrastructure, to defend shore areas, and to protect maritime communication lines. It can detect, track, distribute, and engage surface targets with anti-ship cruise missiles. In the basic configuration, the Bal-E system includes up to two command-and-control vehicles, up to four self-propelled launchers, up to four transporter-loaders, and a communications vehicle. Bal-E can be configured in accordance with a customer`s request. The system can boast a high level of combat efficiency. It features a short deployment and combat readiness time, as well as high mobility and reliability. According to the specifications, the Bal-E coastal defense missile system has a maximum firing range of up to 120 km and an into-action time of less than 10 minutes. Each self-propelled launcher is armed with eight missiles. The components of the Bal-E system are mounted on all-terrain wheeled vehicles.

    Source: Arrow http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2017/january-2017-navy-naval-forces-defense-industry-technology-maritime-security-global-news/4800-a-222e-bereg-e-and-bal-e-modern-coastal-defense-systems-from-russia.html
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    Post  George1 on Wed Apr 05, 2017 4:34 pm

    Coastal missile systems "Ball" in the Kuril Islands

    On March 29, 2017, the Japanese newspaper Sankei Simbun published photographs of a new tent-mobile shelter, which it had built in the Russian garrison on the island of Kunashir (Kuril Islands), as well as the process of building other objects there (in particular, barracks and Residential buildings). The shelter houses a battery (division?) Of the anti-ship mobile coastal missile system 3K60 "Ball" of the Russian Navy.

    Recall that information on the deployment of anti-ship mobile coastal missile systems 3K60 "Bal" (on Kunashir) and 3K55 "Bastion-P" (on Iturupe) from the 72nd separate coastal missile brigade of the Coastal Troops of the Pacific Fleet in the Russian Kuril Islands appeared in the Russian The media in November 2016.



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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  eehnie on Thu Jul 06, 2017 11:08 pm

    George1 wrote:MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The combat readiness of two Utes coastal silo-based missile systems in Crimea was restored and confirmed by successful launches of the P-35 cruise missiles, a source the Crimean in law enforcement agencies told RIA Novosti.

    Read more: https://sputniknews.com/russia/201611191047609773-russia-utes-crimea-missiles-ready/


    This seems to be a silo based variant of the SS-C-1 Redut, that was present in Crimea and conserved by Ukraine.

    Being not mobile is a clear disadvantage compared to the rest of coastal missiles. It means a call for bombing the position.
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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  GarryB on Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:52 am

    A couple of TOR batteries around the position could make bombing problematic at best and costly at worst...


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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  franco on Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:42 pm

    eehnie wrote:
    George1 wrote:MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The combat readiness of two Utes coastal silo-based missile systems in Crimea was restored and confirmed by successful launches of the P-35 cruise missiles, a source the Crimean in law enforcement agencies told RIA Novosti.

    Read more: https://sputniknews.com/russia/201611191047609773-russia-utes-crimea-missiles-ready/


    This seems to be a silo based variant of the SS-C-1 Redut, that was present in Crimea and conserved by Ukraine.

    Being not mobile is a clear disadvantage compared to the rest of coastal missiles. It means a call for bombing the position.

    Launch site under the S-300PM coverage from Sevastopol.
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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  George1 on Sat Jul 08, 2017 12:12 am

    Missile launches against a sea target from the coastal complex "Bastion-P"

    A notorious official clip of the Ministry of Defense of Russia demonstrating missile launches with supersonic anti-ship missiles 3M55 "Onyx" on a sea target from the coastal mobile anti-ship missile complex 3K55P "Bastion-P".

    The report says that the missile division of the Pacific Fleet, having completed a 200-kilometer march from a permanent deployment site to one of the training grounds for the fleet, deployed military equipment in an unequipped position and launched a missile at a sea target located more than 150 kilometers from the coastal complex "Bastion"



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    Re: Coastal Missile Systems

    Post  George1 on Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:09 pm

    Battle shooting of the coastal missile complex "Bal" within the framework of the exercise "West-2017"

    Official photo report of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation on the firing of the anti-ship mobile coastal missile system 3K60 "Bal" of the Baltic Fleet as part of the exercise "West-2017".

    The division of the coastal missile complexes 3K60 "Bal", supplied by industry in 2016, is a part of the 25th Coastal Coastal Missile Brigade of the Coastal Troops of the Baltic Fleet (dislocation to the Don, Kaliningrad region).









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