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    Post  Hole on Wed Apr 10, 2019 4:54 pm

    Datalink system of the Su-35S is called TKS-2. Got nothing to do with the L-band array in the wings.
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    Post  GarryB on Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:22 am

    Sadly there is a lot of disinformation on the web regarding the L band wing mounted radar on the Su-35 and Su-57, based largely on ignorance.

    NEBO is a ground based radar system that combines AESA radars of rather large size in the X band, the decimetre band and the VHS band and combines the information to form a radar picture rather more detailed than any of the three radars could manage on their own... it could not be possible that Sukhoi might not be doing the same thing by combining the information from IRST, X and Ku band radar and L band radar systems.
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    Post  kvs on Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:35 am

    GarryB wrote:Sadly there is a lot of disinformation on the web regarding the L band wing mounted radar on the Su-35 and Su-57, based largely on ignorance.

    NEBO is a ground based radar system that combines AESA radars of rather large size in the X band, the decimetre band and the VHS band and combines the information to form a radar picture rather more detailed than any of the three radars could manage on their own... it could not be possible that Sukhoi might not be doing the same thing by combining the information from IRST, X and Ku band radar and L band radar systems.

    The days of monochrome radar are long over. But people still think that we are living in the 1940s.

    What you describe is a type of tomography. A broader profile of waves are launched at the target to enhance the retrieval of information. This
    is made possible by computers which were non-existent in 1940s. Even consumer grade 8 core CPUs can do a good job of handling this signal
    inversion problem in slightly-delayed real time. A high res 3D image is not required. Just a reliable detection and tracking of the object.
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    Post  LMFS on Thu Apr 11, 2019 5:02 am

    Those arrays could even work passively picking up returns in L band from other radars that scattered in aerial targets, locating their azimuth. They could have many functions in fact.
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    Post  franco on Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:29 pm

    d_taddei2 wrote:
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    d_taddei2 wrote:does anyone have an update on percentage of modern (new) equipment across the armed forces, i know that they had targets but havent seen anything for a while, they also had one for modernisation (upgraded equipment)

    As a result, by the beginning of 2019, the equipment of the Armed Forces with modern weapons increased 3.8 times - from 16% to 61.5%. It is 82% in the Strategic Nuclear Forces, 48.3% in the Ground Forces, 74% in the VKS, 62.3% in the Navy, and 63.7% in the Airborne Forces.

    By Modern weapons, they combine new and upgraded into the above totals.


    thanks for the info. i wonder if the figures are just on equipment that needs replacing or as a complete armed forces. because something like a D-30 122mm gun already does what its suppose to do and would by age be classed as old but unlikely to be replaced unless calibre phase out same goes for mortars and the ground forces having large numbers of these would effect % if it is indeed calculated as a whole. If it is calculated as a whole them this could explain the low percentage for ground forces.

    My understanding is that it is counted only against equipment in active units and not those in storage depots. The best that I have been able to determine this "weapon systems and military equipment" figure the percentage are based on is between 190,000 to 200,000 total. Obviously small arms, plain trucks and vehicles etc would not count.
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    Post  GarryB on Fri Apr 12, 2019 6:17 am

    If it is calculated as a whole them this could explain the low percentage for ground forces.

    The rifle calibre round entered service in 1891 so that probably counts against their modernisation effort...
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    Post  franco on Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:09 am

    First quarter 2019 equipment deliveries to the the Armed Forces

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3607162.html
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    Post  franco on Sun Apr 14, 2019 1:16 pm

    Report on the United Day of Acceptance of Military Products

    On April 12, the regular Unified Day of Acceptance of Military Products took place. Military offices at industrial enterprises adopted new and repaired samples of weapons and military equipment:

    In the interests of the Ground and Airborne Forces:

    498 new and 42 refurbished cars;

    20 rocket and artillery weapons;

    187 new and 53 repaired units of communication equipment.

    9000 units of portable weapons and equipment;

    more than 4300 landing facilities.

    With a breakdown by type of troops, the situation with the arrival of new weapons is as follows:

    Artillery

    In 2019, for the rearmament of 439 Guards rocket artillery brigades of the Southern Military District of PJSC "Motovilikha Plants" for the first time, combat and transport-loading vehicles of the MLRS "Tornado-S" were delivered. Combat vehicles ensure firing of the Smerch MLRS and newly developed guided missiles with extended range. Equipping combat vehicles with an automated fire control system allows top-matching and orientation of the terrain, as well as targeting launch guides for firing in autonomous mode, which significantly reduces the time from setting a combat mission to fire impact on targets.

    The combat training center for artillery in Saratov received a batch of four new self-propelled howitzers, Msta-S, capable of firing high-precision guided missiles, Krasnopol.

    Automotive and armored vehicles

    In March 2019, one battalion set of BMD-4M airborne combat vehicles and BTR-MDM armored personnel carriers, manufactured by Kurganmashzavod Joint-Stock Company, was transferred to the 104th Guards Airborne Assault Regiment of the 76th Guards Airborne Assault Division.

    With the re-equipment of modern models of armored weapons and equipment, the firepower and maneuverability of the regimental units were significantly increased.

    In addition, in accordance with the plans for the development of the Airborne Forces, from January of this year. in the 7th Guards Air Assault Division (Mountain) a separate tank battalion was formed, staffed by commanders and crews of combat vehicles trained in training centers of the Russian Ministry of Defense. The subunit received modern T-72B3 tanks.

    In the first quarter of 2019, the Military-Industrial Company ahead of schedule completes the fulfillment of the state contract for the delivery of 175 Tiger special-purpose vehicles in 2018 and 2019. So, this year about 20 of the newest armored Tiger-M cars of the GAZ brand were commissioned at the military base in Abkhazia. The vehicles are intended for conducting reconnaissance, escorting and guarding of columns, patrolling and fire support of military personnel. The upgraded "Tiger" has a fifth class of ballistic protection in frontal projection and the third - in side and stern projections. Inside there is a special communication system, on the roof there is a rotary turret for the Kord, Pecheneg machine guns or the AGS-17 Flame automatic machine-gun grenade launcher. The final batch of cars in the amount of 22 units adopted by the military mission and is ready for shipment. Taking into account the operating experience, changes in attachments and body elements have been introduced, aimed at additional possibilities of overcoming obstacles, ensuring reliable operation of the braking system and improving ergonomic indicators.

    In 2019, within the framework of the state defense order, the Vityaz Machine-Building Company delivers 35 two-link tracked transporters DT-10PM. Currently, 12 tracked transporters have been shipped to military units of the Northern Fleet. The next three tracked conveyors passed all types of tests, were accepted by the military mission and are ready for shipment. Experience in operating conveyors under conditions of extreme temperatures, deep snow and ices of the Far North confirmed their high performance and compliance with technical requirements.

    As part of the state defense order, PJSC Tula Plant for the first time delivers 14 units of machines of radiation, chemical and biological reconnaissance RHM-5M. Currently, three products have passed all types of tests, are completed, accepted by the military mission and are ready for shipment to the troops. A feature of the products is the ability to collect, process and transmit information about the results of intelligence in an automated mode with the reflection of the situation on electronic maps of the area, as well as remote detection of chemical contamination of the area within a radius of up to three kilometers. Placement of the product on the basis of the BTR-MDM allows it to be parachuted parachuted and used afloat.

    Weapon

    In the first quarter of 2019, the Concern Kalashnikov Joint-Stock Company for the first time delivered to the Russian Defense Ministry 5,000 units of AK-12 assault rifles. The obligations of the company are fulfilled ahead of time. The delivered automata surpass the standard AK-74M and AK-103 machine guns in accuracy and accuracy of fire, reliability of the design, ease of operation, ergonomics and weight and size characteristics. According to the results of pilot-military operation and taking into account the totality of tactical and technical characteristics and cost indicators, the AK-12 machine gun was adopted instead of the AK-74M machine gun. Currently, Concern Kalashnikov JSC has begun to implement a state contract for the supply of 112,500 units of AK-12 assault rifles from 2019 to 2021.

    In the interests of the Aerospace Forces adopted:

    10 new and 3 repaired aircraft;
    31 new helicopter;
    1 new and 6 repaired radar stations;
    4358 units of aviation weapons.

    In particular, 10 Su-34 airplanes manufactured by the Novosibirsk Aviation Plant named after M. Gorkiy were put into service of the 2nd mixed aviation regiment of the 21st mixed aviation division. V.P. Chkalov. In 2019, it is planned to receive six more aircraft of this type as part of the state defense order.

    Morsakaya Aviation received the repaired MiG-31 fighter jets

    In the 55th separate helicopter regiment 6 Ka-52 Alligator helicopters manufactured by Progress Arsenyev Aviation Company were received. In addition, this year army aviation received at least 13 attack helicopters - 6 Mi-35M transport and combat helicopters, 4 Mi-28UB combat training helicopters, and 3 Mi-28N “Night Hunter” helicopters.

    The military transport helicopters Mi-8MTV-5-1 in the amount of 5 pieces were manufactured ahead of time by PJSC Kazan Helicopter Plant as part of the state defense order. As part of the import substitution program, the replacement of personal protective equipment of a helicopter made in Ukraine with modern emission devices of the type UV-26M of domestic production was organized. Helicopter fuselage was adapted for installation of L-370 electronic warfare system with further installation by operating organizations. By the end of the year, 5 more Mi-8MTV-5-1 helicopters will be delivered for the needs of the Russian Ministry of Defense.

    In the first quarter of 2019, the Nizhniy Novgorod Television Plant carried out repairs with the modernization of 5 P-18R detection and target-tracking radar stations and manufactured one of the medium-to-high-altitude radar stations “Nebo-U”. More than 50 P-18R radar stations are in operation, which are on alert and are part of the air traffic control system. These stations are able to detect all types of targets and are highly mobile and reliable. The Sky-U radar is capable of detecting both unmanned aerial vehicles and ballistic targets at a range of up to 460 km. By the end of the year, another 5 Nebo-U stations and 12 upgraded P-18R stations are scheduled for delivery.

    In 2019, the Moscow State Design Bureau Vympel manufactured and delivered 140 medium-range guided missiles for the needs of the Aerospace Forces. By November 10, 2019, another 222 missiles of this type are planned to be delivered.

    In the interests of the Navy adopted:

    divisional kit coastal missile system "Bastion";
    48 operational-tactical cruise missiles “Caliber”;
    24 Onyx anti-ship missiles;
    24 repaired torpedoes "Physicist-1".

    In particular, the scientific and production association of mechanical engineering in the framework of the state defense order is working on the manufacture and supply of 3 coastal missile systems "Bastion" and 55 anti-ship cruise missiles "Onyx". Currently, one coastal missile system "Bastion" has been manufactured. In May 2019, it is scheduled for early delivery to the consignee. Two complexes are in varying degrees of readiness.

    As part of the serial deliveries of the Onyx missile, 28 missiles were fully manufactured, of which 24 missiles were received by the military mission and are ready for shipment. In April 2019, the scheduled delivery of 8 missiles to the Black Sea Fleet and the formation of a batch of 18 missiles for the Pacific Fleet

    The Novator Experimental Design Bureau carries out serial production and supply of sea-based cruise missiles of the Caliber complex. In the first quarter it was made, withstood all types of tests and another batch of cruise missiles was delivered in the amount of 48 units, 24 of them were shipped.

    Strategic Rocket Forces and OTR

    In accordance with the planning documents of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, a re-equipment of the 290th missile regiment is being carried out to the Yars-S mobile-based missile system. Currently, the compound is in combat duty as part of two missile regiments.

    As part of the state defense order for 2019, the Votkinsk Plant is manufacturing 50 missiles for the Iskander-M operational-technical missile systems, 21 intercontinental ballistic missiles for the Yars mobile and silo-based missiles, and 10 Bulava ".

    At present, all types of tests have been manufactured, accepted by the military mission and 4 intercontinental ballistic missiles for the Yars mobile ground-based missile system have been shipped to the military units, as well as 14 missiles for the Iskander-M complex.

    In general, the indicators of the delivery of equipment in the first quarter of 2019 correspond to the planned, for example, for airplanes, the delivery plan for 2019 was fulfilled by 15.6%, by helicopters by 48.3%, by cars by 23.4%.

    In March 2019, another Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky submarine was launched at the Admiralty shipyards in St. Petersburg; this is the first of six ships to be delivered to the Pacific Fleet.

    State launches of the new Vityaz-PVO anti-aircraft missile system S-350, designed to replace the S-300PS, are being completed with positive launches made on March 26, the production of the first serial kit started at the same time, delivery will be provided in 2019.

    The Kolomna engineering design bureau, together with cooperation enterprises, launched mass production of the eleventh brigade kit of the Iskander-M operational tactical missile system, the level of technical readiness of the complex’s assets is more than 50%.
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    Post  Truck on Thu Apr 18, 2019 7:46 am

    http://www.rusaviainsider.com/russian-ministry-blocks-sam146-powered-beriev-amphibian-project/
    Russian ministry blocks SaM146-powered Beriev amphibian project
    It was envisaged that the newly-re-engined Be-200ChS-146 would get off the ground in March 2020 (Beriev)
    Russia’s ministry of industry and trade has unexpectedly cancelled the Beriev Be-200 amphibian SaM146 replacement engines project. The French-Russian substitute engines would replace the original Ukrainian powerplants, and are produced by PowerJet, a joint venture between Russia’s UEC-Saturn and France’s Safran Aircraft Engines.
    Prosecutor general Yury Chaika revealed in a speech at the Federation Council (the upper chamber of the Russian parliament) that the office of the prosecutor general had disallowed the replacement of the original Ukrainian-made engines in the Russian amphibious aircraft with SaM146 engines – because they “contain components from NATO countries,” Russia state news-wire RIA Novosti has reported.
    Re-powering the amphibious aircraft with SaM146s is a project originally envisaged by the industry and trade ministry because it would assist the developmental needs of Russia’s ministry of defence, and was a project with an estimated 13 billion roubles cost.
    With the Be-200 currently powered by two D-436TP engines produced by the Ukrainian company Motor Sich, the supply of these engines remains questionable because of the discontinuation of defence and aerospace cooperation between Moscow and Kyiv.
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    http://www.russiadefence.net/t7032p125-sap-2018-2027-arms-procurement#234248
    eehnie wrote:WEAKEST PREVIOUS CONTRACTS MOST LIKELY TO FAIL
    ...

    WEAKEST PLANS FOR CONCRETE WEAPONS SINCE 2018

    Many times is difficult to know if the news of the media on future plans have a real basis or not. In this part of the comment will be included some comments about media news related to plans of weak technical nature.

    As consequence of their weak technical nature, these plans, if real, are the most likely to be modified:

    - Be-200: https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3323590.html
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    Post  franco on Fri Oct 18, 2019 10:32 pm

    The share of modern weapons and military equipment in the troops will reach 68.2% by the end of 2019. This was announced by Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Alexei Krivoruchko during a single day of acceptance of military products.

    The Deputy Minister of Defense also emphasized that the heads of integrated structures and industrial enterprises should mobilize efforts and complete the implementation of the 2019 state defense order in time.

    Aleksey Krivoruchko informed that the new Tundra spacecraft, which recently replenished the military orbital group, has begun work.

    In addition, in the third quarter, calculations of the Aerospace Forces ensured the launch of the Soyuz-2.1B launch vehicle. The Tundra spacecraft was launched into a given orbit. Launch goals have been achieved, the equipment is operating normally.

    The rearmament of the Strategic Missile Forces continues with modern weapons and military equipment. For these purposes, nine ballistic missiles, nine ground-based launchers and 15 pieces of support and communications equipment were adopted.

    In the interests of the Navy, a small missile ship of project 22800 Sovetsk, a small hydrographic ship of project 19910 Alexander Rogotsky, and three divisional sets of the Bastion coastal missile complex were adopted. The submarine of project 949A Omsk and the small missile ship of project 1234.1 Smerch underwent repairs with modernization.

    In the interests of the Aerospace Forces, the S-400 anti-aircraft missile system, nine new and seven repaired aircraft, 16 new and 19 repaired helicopters, two Soyuz-2.1B launch vehicles, as well as 13 new and eight repaired radar stations were adopted.

    In the interests of the Ground and Airborne Forces, 147 new and 72 repaired units of armored vehicles and equipment, 33 new and 42 repaired units of missile and artillery weapons, 56 units of airborne assault forces were adopted.

    NOTE: to summarize, in the first 9 months 1100+ out of 2300+(47%) modern weapons and military equipment of the 2019 order has been delivered. That leaves another 1200 units to arrive by year's end.

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