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    Post  George1 on 01/08/19, 12:51 pm

    We must probably have new contracts for additional Su-35, Su-30, Su-34 this year
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    Post  AMCXXL on 12/08/19, 12:40 pm

    George1 wrote:We must probably have new contracts for additional Su-35, Su-30, Su-34 this year

    As I read, Putin signed last year the State Defense Order (GOZ), in the amount of several trillion rubles

    The contracts are finalized with a defined price and quantity of aircraft

    Only the signature and publication remain, when this is necessary

    For the moment we have 76 Su-57 , 98 Mi-28NM anf 10 Mi-8AMTSh-VN signed in the Forum Armiya 2019

    Probably in the MAKS´19 more contracts will be announced

    At this moment the most necessary is the Yak-130, which is expected at the base of Kotelnikovo this year

    The Su-34 and the Su-30 are probably waiting for the next version.
    The Su-30SM were announced for Yerevan in 2020, and the Navy cannot receive more aircraft at this time, given that it has neither the technical staff nor the pilots needed to operate more squadrons.
    Probably in 2019 the two remaining Su-30SM will be received in Kaliningrad, 4 at most for complete the squadron, .
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    Post  walle83 on 17/12/19, 04:45 am

    The year is coming to its end. How many aircrafts has been deliverd in 2019?
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    Post  George1 on 17/12/19, 06:16 pm

    walle83 wrote:The year is coming to its end. How many aircrafts has been deliverd in 2019?

    Till now

    10x Su-35S (all)
    6x Su-34

    0x Su-30SM
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    Post  George1 on 27/12/19, 05:28 am

    Russian Helicopters Group (part of the state hi-tech corporation Rostec) has fulfilled its 2019 defense procurement plan and delivered over 20 attack helicopters to the troops, the Group’s press office reported on Thursday.

    https://tass.com/defense/1103861
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    Post  Isos on 18/01/20, 04:43 am

    2012 is the year when they really started puting money in their armed forces, 2014 being the best year.

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    Post  George1 on 18/01/20, 09:22 am

    So no Su-30SMs in 2019..
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    Post  ultimatewarrior on 18/01/20, 09:35 am

    Russia is really slow making planes. China makes planes 10 times faster than Russia does. China built China's half of Amur bridge within months. Russia built Russia's half of Amur bridge in years.
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    Post  walle83 on 18/01/20, 03:22 pm

    ultimatewarrior wrote:Russia is really slow making planes. China makes planes 10 times faster than Russia does. China built China's half of Amur bridge within months. Russia built Russia's half of Amur bridge in years.

    Strange formulated. Russia doesnt "make" planes. The industry is constructing aircrafts accourding to state orders. The number of new aircrafts is low becouse the orders has been filled. Russia needs to order more aircrafts thats the main problem.
    What China is producing a year is hard to tell. But since 2005 they have constructed almost 400 J-10s, ~200 J-11/J-11B, 20-30 J-20, ~200 JH-7.
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    Post  Rodion_Romanovic on 18/01/20, 04:07 pm

    ultimatewarrior wrote:Russia is really slow making planes. China makes planes 10 times faster than Russia does. China built China's half of Amur bridge within months. Russia built Russia's half of Amur bridge in years.
    They make new military airplanes as fast as they need them.

    Russia has also built the Crimean bridge and It's building a lot of additional infrastructure.  It is possible that they decided to divide the spending in different years.
    As far as the air force is concerned, they already acquired a lot of planes in the last few years, and probably will acquire more later. Maybe they plan also to acquire a decent number of mig35, we don't know.
    In addition there will be probably no new delivery of  the "base" version su30sm, as the new models will have all the engines, radar and avionics in common with the Su35.

    Edit: in addition you need to ensure possibly an even load of the plant as much as possible. It does not make any sense, unless there is a hot war and you need new planes now, to produce 40 new airplane a year una factory and then to close it afterwards due to lack of orders. And last: irkuts (that assembles the su30sm) has also had a lot of work recently to prepare for serial production of the new civil airliner MC21, so it's not like they were sitting on their back
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    Post  calripson on 19/01/20, 12:56 am

    ultimatewarrior wrote:Russia is really slow making planes. China makes planes 10 times faster than Russia does. China built China's half of Amur bridge within months. Russia built Russia's half of Amur bridge in years.

    China also has about 10 times the population of Russia.
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    Post  miketheterrible on 19/01/20, 03:57 am

    Comparing the two isn't best imo.

    Russians have experience and various technology practices that just work for past century while it is modernized. China on other hand has the benefit where they were able to use cheap labor for longest time to help produce newer technology and manufacturing capabilities at significantly better prices. Combine that with their blatant IP theft of the past, they managed to really boost their capabilities over the years. And with all this, they were able to mass produce goods much quicker than nearly anyone else. Cheap labor, mixed in with massive population and you can get ahead of course.

    With it, came substandard quality. Now not all Chinese goods are poor quality. Hell, ton of newer vehicles made in China are of higher quality. Competing against most other major brands. I would say possibly with their own military goods too. Space industry is doing very well in China. That doesn't mean it translate to all industries and factories. Their tanks are apparently very substandard quality. Some of their jets too. But its OK, if it works for their needs then why not? They have the upper hand compared to most other nations besides Russia and USA - logistics. They can supply for their own needs.
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    Post  ultimatewarrior on 19/01/20, 11:40 pm

    Ideally Russia should order more Su-35 and Su-34 and completely replace Su-27 and Su-24. China and the US are churning out J-20 and F-35 like hot cakes in an oven. Russia is getting left behind now that Su-57 crashed and no Su-57 until at least a few years from now.
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    Post  Isos on 20/01/20, 12:31 am

    ultimatewarrior wrote:Ideally Russia should order more Su-35 and Su-34 and completely replace Su-27 and Su-24. China and the US are churning out J-20 and F-35 like hot cakes in an oven. Russia is getting left behind now that Su-57 crashed and no Su-57 until at least a few years from now.

    J-20 isn't as good as expected. F-35 is a total failure because if the ALIS program which doesn't work. I just saw an article saying they will stop it but f-35 is made to work only with it because it is full of captors and softwares working with ALIS. So now they will do again softwares and test them. Expect another 4 or 5 years of heavy investment and coast increase.

    Those who bought the pre series f-35 will go creazy when they see the bills for operating it.

    Su-57 is not mass produced but at least it will be ready when they start production.
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    Post  Rodion_Romanovic on 20/01/20, 02:35 am

    ultimatewarrior wrote:Ideally Russia should order more Su-35 and Su-34 and completely replace Su-27 and Su-24. China and the US are churning out J-20 and F-35 like hot cakes in an oven. Russia is getting left behind now that Su-57 crashed and no Su-57 until at least a few years from now.
    in what Russia is getting left behind? they have still quite a bit of su27 (some of them SM2 and SM3 versions, with modernised radar and avionics) in service, plus at least a couple of hundreds in reserve (and that could be probably upgraded  and put to service in case of an hot war). Same things for the mig29.

    Russia does not need to produce new fighters at the same rate that america is producing F35.

    They just need to continue to gradually modernise their air force and never stop developing new products.

    Anyway in the last 10 years they received about 200 new fighters (su35 and su30)and more than 120 su34 fighter bombers.

    In addition the Russian air force has also mig31, that do not have an equivalent in the USAF.

    They do not need to completely replace aircrafts that can still be effective in some roles. Su 24 are doing a very good job in Syria, as an example, and they still have some life on them. Maybe they could later phase them out and/or offer them at a discount to client nations, but at the moment there is not the need to completely replace them and or giving them for free to other nations.

    Finally Russia (as any other country) has a finite amount of resources to be spent each year and there are a lot of competing projects, or uses for them. Not everything can be made at the same time.
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    Post  ultimatewarrior on 20/01/20, 02:51 am

    Rodion_Romanovic wrote:
    ultimatewarrior wrote:Ideally Russia should order more Su-35 and Su-34 and completely replace Su-27 and Su-24. China and the US are churning out J-20 and F-35 like hot cakes in an oven. Russia is getting left behind now that Su-57 crashed and no Su-57 until at least a few years from now.
    in what Russia is getting left behind? they have still quite a bit of su27 (some of them SM2 and SM3 versions, with modernised radar and avionics) in service, plus at least a couple of hundreds in reserve (and that could be probably upgraded  and put to service in case of an hot war). Same things for the mig29.

    Russia does not need to produce new fighters at the same rate that america is producing F35.

    They just need to continue to gradually modernise their air force and never stop developing new products.

    Anyway in the last 10 years they received about 200 new fighters (su35 and su30)and more than 120 su34 fighter bombers.

    In addition the Russian air force has also mig31, that do not have an equivalent in the USAF.

    They do not need to completely replace aircrafts that can still be effective in some roles. Su 24 are doing a very good job in Syria, as an example, and they still have some life on them. Maybe they could later phase them out and/or offer them at a discount to client nations, but at the moment there is not the need to completely replace them and or giving them for free to other nations.

    Finally Russia (as any other country) has a finite amount of resources to be spent each year and there are a lot of competing projects, or uses for them. Not everything can be made at the same time.

    Russia is generally very slow. It took Russia 10 years to build a single new frigate. China been pumping out more than 50 new frigates and destroyer in the same time frame.
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    Post  marcellogo on 20/01/20, 03:03 am

    ultimatewarrior wrote:Russia is really slow making planes. China makes planes 10 times faster than Russia does. China built China's half of Amur bridge within months. Russia built Russia's half of Amur bridge in years.

    These are the just the newly built but the "deeply modified ones are to be put in account also: 130 Mig-31BM+  20 Mig-31K, 24 Su-27SM3, 76 Su-24M2, su-25 modernization is already started... up to the 5 original Su-30 actually being converted into Su-30M2.
    We are talking in many cases of planes of the same tech level of newly build ones, just build using already disponible frames kept in reserve or even not completed.
    All those are however planes with very low flight hour spent due to the Eltsin era crisis so they would last another 10-15 years without excessive costs.
    Thank to them, Ru air forces have surpassed the desired 70% modernization threshold already in 2018, so they have slowed down now waiting for Mig-35 and Su-57 to be ready.
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    Post  Rodion_Romanovic on 20/01/20, 03:21 am

    ultimatewarrior wrote:
    Rodion_Romanovic wrote:
    ultimatewarrior wrote:Ideally Russia should order more Su-35 and Su-34 and completely replace Su-27 and Su-24. China and the US are churning out J-20 and F-35 like hot cakes in an oven. Russia is getting left behind now that Su-57 crashed and no Su-57 until at least a few years from now.
    in what Russia is getting left behind? they have still quite a bit of su27 (some of them SM2 and SM3 versions, with modernised radar and avionics) in service, plus at least a couple of hundreds in reserve (and that could be probably upgraded  and put to service in case of an hot war). Same things for the mig29.

    Russia does not need to produce new fighters at the same rate that america is producing F35.

    They just need to continue to gradually modernise their air force and never stop developing new products.

    Anyway in the last 10 years they received about 200 new fighters (su35 and su30)and more than 120 su34 fighter bombers.

    In addition the Russian air force has also mig31, that do not have an equivalent in the USAF.

    They do not need to completely replace aircrafts that can still be effective in some roles. Su 24 are doing a very good job in Syria, as an example, and they still have some life on them. Maybe they could later phase them out and/or offer them at a discount to client nations, but at the moment there is not the need to completely replace them and or giving them for free to other nations.

    Finally Russia (as any other country) has a finite amount of resources to be spent each year and there are a lot of competing projects, or uses for them. Not everything can be made at the same time.

    Russia is generally very slow. It took Russia 10 years to build a single new frigate. China been pumping out more than 50 new frigates and destroyer in the same time frame.
    here we were talking about the air forces, and Chinese new planes are not without problems.

    China is pumping on the navy a lot, that is true. As far as the frigates,  however, they are decent, but nothing exceptional (admiral grigorovich frigates are a bit better than the chinese 054A, admiral Gorshkov are a generation apart). Concerning the destroyers (both 052D and 055, on paper they are quite good, but I do not know enough about the quality of the weapon system. Finally, it has been discussed to the death about the admiral Gorshkov frigate. There has been a lot of issues and mistakes, but the main problem was that they used it as a platform to put and test all their new modern naval systems, that were still in development when they laid down the ship and that were not tested before in unison.  Furthermore, at least Russia is honest on that and does not admit in service ships or airplanes that are not ready and cannot be used operationally.

    However the Navy, while important, is the last priority for the russian military,  coming after the strategic defense, the army and the air force.
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    Post  ultimatewarrior on 20/01/20, 08:32 pm

    Rodion_Romanovic wrote:
    ultimatewarrior wrote:
    Rodion_Romanovic wrote:
    ultimatewarrior wrote:Ideally Russia should order more Su-35 and Su-34 and completely replace Su-27 and Su-24. China and the US are churning out J-20 and F-35 like hot cakes in an oven. Russia is getting left behind now that Su-57 crashed and no Su-57 until at least a few years from now.
    in what Russia is getting left behind? they have still quite a bit of su27 (some of them SM2 and SM3 versions, with modernised radar and avionics) in service, plus at least a couple of hundreds in reserve (and that could be probably upgraded  and put to service in case of an hot war). Same things for the mig29.

    Russia does not need to produce new fighters at the same rate that america is producing F35.

    They just need to continue to gradually modernise their air force and never stop developing new products.

    Anyway in the last 10 years they received about 200 new fighters (su35 and su30)and more than 120 su34 fighter bombers.

    In addition the Russian air force has also mig31, that do not have an equivalent in the USAF.

    They do not need to completely replace aircrafts that can still be effective in some roles. Su 24 are doing a very good job in Syria, as an example, and they still have some life on them. Maybe they could later phase them out and/or offer them at a discount to client nations, but at the moment there is not the need to completely replace them and or giving them for free to other nations.

    Finally Russia (as any other country) has a finite amount of resources to be spent each year and there are a lot of competing projects, or uses for them. Not everything can be made at the same time.

    Russia is generally very slow. It took Russia 10 years to build a single new frigate. China been pumping out more than 50 new frigates and destroyer in the same time frame.
    here we were talking about the air forces, and Chinese new planes are not without problems.

    China is pumping on the navy a lot, that is true. As far as the frigates,  however, they are decent, but nothing exceptional (admiral grigorovich frigates are a bit better than the chinese 054A, admiral Gorshkov are a generation apart). Concerning the destroyers (both 052D and 055, on paper they are quite good, but I do not know enough about the quality of the weapon system. Finally, it has been discussed to the death about the admiral Gorshkov frigate. There has been a lot of issues and mistakes, but the main problem was that they used it as a platform to put and test all their new modern naval systems, that were still in development when they laid down the ship and that were not tested before in unison.  Furthermore, at least Russia is honest on that and does not admit in service ships or airplanes that are not ready and cannot be used operationally.

    However the Navy, while important, is the last priority for the russian military,  coming after the strategic defense, the army and the air force.

    And don't forget China built a carrier with much less time it took Russia to build a frigate. Admit it, Russians are slow even if Russia has 10% the population of China.
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    Post  George1 on 20/01/20, 08:54 pm

    Isos wrote:2012 is the year when they really started puting money in their armed forces, 2014 being the best year.

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    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3907389.html

    so in 2019 we had

    10x Su-35S
    8x Su-34 and

    2xMiG-35S

    I put here the article's text for MiG-35. These 2 that were delivered are actually experimental

    Two MiG-35 fighters. In June 2019, the Russian Aerospace Forces were transferred two pre-production (actually experimental) MiG-35S fighters - a single MiG-35S (flight number is unclear) and a double MiG-35UB (flight number "11 blue"), built at the Lukhovitsky Aviation Plant (LAZ) named after P.A. Voronin - a branch of JSC "RSK" MiG ". Both of them were built according to a contract signed in February 2017 with the Russian Ministry of Defense for two samples of the MiG-35 fighter for their connection to the expanded program of state tests of this type. State tests with the participation of two prototypes of the MiG-35 built in 2016 were launched in May 2018 and to date, with the connection of two sides of the 2019 construction, have not yet been completed.

    In August 2018, the Russian Ministry of Defense signed a contract with the United Aircraft Corporation JSC (UAC, which includes MiG RSK) for the supply of the first six serial MiG-35S and MiG-35UB fighters with a contract execution period from 2018 to 2023 years. It was reported that the first plane on it was supposed to be delivered at the end of 2019, but this did not happen.



    Also for exports in 2019:

    Regarding export deliveries, we can say that, according to our information, in 2019 the Russian aviation industry delivered 18 new-built combat aircraft abroad, including ten MiG-29M / MiG-29M2 fighters to Egypt, four Su-30SM fighters to Belarus and four Su-30SM fighters to Armenia, as well as ten combat training aircraft Yak-130 - including six to Myanmar and four to Belarus.

    In addition, six Su-30K (formerly Indian) fighter jets were delivered to Angola, and two MiG-29UB combat trainers were handed over to Mongolia. It is possible that the transfer of military aircraft from the availability for Syria was also carried out.
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    Post  ultimatewarrior on 20/01/20, 09:34 pm

    Very bad numbers. The future of the Russian air force looks grim.
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    Post  Isos on 20/01/20, 09:53 pm

    That's 544 modern multirole jets since 2008. That's not bad. Another 200 mig-35 and they should end up with orders for 4th fighter jets and buy su-57 and new light stealth jet that should be produced in cooperation with UAE.
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    Post  miketheterrible on 20/01/20, 10:01 pm

    they said they will buy more Su-35 and Su-30SM (after the upgrades). We just have to wait till either end of this year or MAKS.
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    Post  Isos on 20/01/20, 10:12 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:they said they will buy more Su-35 and Su-30SM (after the upgrades).  We just have to wait till either end of this year or MAKS.

    Putin ordered 76 su-57 while the expected number was lower to allow more su-35/30 and mass production will start this year. I doubt they will invest more in flanker family since they never expected 76 su-57 to be ordered at once. Upgrading su-30 could be the last contract for the flanker (and export sells will continue).

    And the fact they ordered 76 su57 isn't just a matter of number. It also means they think it is much better than su-30/35 and worth investing money.
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    Post  miketheterrible on 20/01/20, 10:15 pm

    Isos wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:they said they will buy more Su-35 and Su-30SM (after the upgrades).  We just have to wait till either end of this year or MAKS.

    Putin ordered 76 su-57 while the expected number was lower to allow more su-35/30 and mass production will start this year. I doubt they will invest more in flanker family since they never expected 76 su-57 to be ordered at once.

    And the fact they ordered 76 su57 isn't just a matter of number. It also means they think it is much better than su-30/35 and worth investing money.


    They do but its a different plant altogether (KnaAPO). Irkutsk plant is producing the Su-30SM and they already made demands for fitting Irbis radar and Su-35 electronics/engines on it. This demand was made by MoD themselves. So they will for sure end up purchasing more.

    Plus the 76 Su-57 are till 2028. That is a long time from now. They will invest in more Su-35 to accommodate the low acceptance of Su-57.

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