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    Russian Navy: Status & News #1

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    Post  Viktor Tue Oct 09, 2012 12:54 am

    Pic that explaines

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    Post  TR1 Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:35 am

    http://s017.radikal.ru/i417/1210/08/bdfd673f4bf7.jpg

    Nice chart of the warships under construction for the Russian Navy, as of October 2012.
    No Belgorod though.
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    Post  George1 Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:18 am

    It seems that mistral will be constructed in less time than stereguschy corvettes
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    Post  George1 Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:19 am

    Russian Navy Declares Development Prospects

    The State Arms Procurement Program 2011-2020 provides construction of ice-class nuclear-powered warships and littoral zone ships for Northern Fleet (NF), said Rear Admiral Vasily Lyashok, the head of Russian Navy Development Planning Dept.

    "We need ships capable to be deployed for a long time in the Arctic. They must have nuclear powerplant and proper ice trafficability. It is our requirements for new ships", he told the Echo Moskvy Radio on Saturday.

    "Second, we need so-called littoral zone ships in the Arctic, primarily, in the Barents Sea and then in the Kara Sea. Those ships must maintain favorable operational environment and secure Russian maritime economic activities", added the admiral. First of all, such ships will be in need for protection of gas producing platforms in the Stockman deposit area, he explained. "The state arms program does provide procurement of such kind of ships, including supply vessels", said the Russian Navy's spokesman.

    Lyashok specified that Northern Fleet was also striving for development of search-and-rescue fleet to be jointly used by the Navy and EMERCOM.

    He added that submarines Yury Dolgoruky and Severodvinsk would be commissioned in 2013. "We all look forward to commissioning of strategic submarine Yury Dolgoruky and cruise missile attack submarine Severodvinsk. Those are the most significant events in 2013", Lyashok said.

    In addition, he said it was planned to lay down keels for two new frigates by the end of the current year.

    Built under Project 955, Yury Dolgoruky is the lead submarine of Borei class. She was followed by Alexander Nevsky, Vladimir Monomakh, and Knyaz Vladimir already keel-laid. The series of fourth-generation nuclear-powered submarines armed with Bulava ballistic missiles is called to become the core of Russia's maritime strategic nuclear force for the next decades.

    Lyashok added that Mistral-class amphibious assault ships would be commissioned into Pacific Fleet in 2014 and 2015. "The foreign-made helicopter carriers obtained names of Vladivostok and Sevastopol. It is absolutely apparent that the first ship will be received in 2014, and the second in 2015", Lyashok said.

    "We haven't had such ships before. Therefore, we're working on theoretic and practical use of these ships", said the Navy spokesman. He added that Russian Navy along with French party was working on basing issues of the Mistral-class ships at Pacific Fleet.

    "We treat this ship not just as a landing assault asset but a multifunctional ship capable to accomplish wide range of tasks, including peaceful ones", the officer said.

    As for him, had Russia started building of such ships, the Navy would receive them only in eight years.

    The admiral confirmed that defense ministry and other associated agencies had been tasked to lift sunken Russian submarines. "Decision on their lifting would be made depending on actual state of radiation background", pointed out Lyashok.

    As for him, Soviet submarine K-27 sank in the Kara Sea at the depth of 75 meters in 1981. The second submarine, K-159 sank in the Barents Sea in 2003 being towed for utilization.

    "Indeed, their dismantling is important, these subs will be definitely lifted", Lyashok said.

    At the same time, Russia and foreign states permanently monitor radiation background. As for Lyashok, it presently does not exceed allowed level.

    Recall that some media orders earlier reported that two sunken Soviet Northern Fleet submarines K-27 and K-159 would be lifted and dismantled inshore, those works are provided by updated project of Russian Arctic Development Strategy.

    Russian Navy is about to expand use of stealth technology in its warships, said Lyashok on Saturday. "So-called stealth technology is being introduced in Russian Navy. It has been partially used in new Project 20380 corvette Stereguschiy and will be then widely used in other ships", the admiral said.

    Stealth technology reduces signature of objects for different surveillance systems.

    RADM Lyashok added that transfer of the Navy Main HQ from Moscow to St. Petersburg had not posed problems for the fleet administration.

    "We've been working there [in St. Petersburg] since 1-st October. We feel no difficulties in control of the naval affairs", Lyashok said.

    http://rusnavy.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=16163
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    Post  Viktor Tue Oct 16, 2012 4:29 pm

    George1 wrote:Russian Navy Declares Development Prospects

    The State Arms Procurement Program 2011-2020 provides construction of ice-class nuclear-powered warships and littoral zone ships for Northern Fleet (NF), said Rear Admiral Vasily Lyashok, the head of Russian Navy Development Planning Dept.

    http://rusnavy.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=16163

    So new nuclear destroyers are likely.
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    Post  medo Tue Oct 16, 2012 5:01 pm

    Viktor wrote:
    George1 wrote:Russian Navy Declares Development Prospects

    The State Arms Procurement Program 2011-2020 provides construction of ice-class nuclear-powered warships and littoral zone ships for Northern Fleet (NF), said Rear Admiral Vasily Lyashok, the head of Russian Navy Development Planning Dept.

    http://rusnavy.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=16163

    So new nuclear destroyers are likely.

    I think, this just confirm, that Russia is oriented in Arctic region and to protect northern naval route.
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    Post  Firebird Tue Oct 16, 2012 7:14 pm

    The new nuclear destroyer sounds like it could be a fantastic vessel. Stealth, power, its missile arnament.

    I wonder, is this part of a long term shift in focus? Will it form a testbed for a new Kirov class? Will the nuclear power be tapped for rail guns, maybe energy weapons in the next decade or so? Is it part of a great blue-ocean fleet that will see new Ulyanovsk type aircraft carriers?

    Or is the great prize, as suggested actually closer to home, in the form of the immense Arctic deposits( and Northern trade route)?

    Its perculiar, even tho Russia probably doesn't have the greatest conventional surface navy, it surely does have the greatest missile systems. Which are ofcourse the basis for naval arnaments.

    If Russia does get a powerful blue ocean fleet, I wonder how it will handle diplomacy in coming years?
    If not "global policeman"( the silly American phrase), maybe "protector of the weak and threatened"?
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    Post  TR1 Tue Oct 16, 2012 9:58 pm

    Protector of its own interests worldwide is better I think Wink.

    Russia, just like the US acts in its interests, you honestly can't accuse it of going around the world and helping the oppressed and weak out of the kindness of its heart.
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    Post  Firebird Tue Oct 16, 2012 10:13 pm

    TR1 wrote:Protector of its own interests worldwide is better I think Wink.

    Russia, just like the US acts in its interests, you honestly can't accuse it of going around the world and helping the oppressed and weak out of the kindness of its heart.

    Ofcourse you are right. But I'm thinking of alliances and Russia leveraging its own attributes.
    A military costs money. A military sufficient to dissuade NATO AND China is expensive. So the question is "how can Russia benefit from that military expense in economic and diplomatic/pr terms".

    To me, the answer is to give countries an option other than George Bush style NATO "diplomacy".
    To keep open trade channels, you need military capabilities etc.

    American imperialism, the Dollar and its trade bloc all starts with military influence. Russia can consider her own position on similar terms.
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    Post  GarryB Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:09 am

    Russia’s Only Tracking Ship Sails After Overhaul

    The only missile range instrumentation ship remaining in service with the Russian Navy has sailed on a tour of duty after almost a year of repairs at the port of Vladivostok, the Russian military said.

    Missile range instrumentation ships, or tracking ships, are vessels equipped with antennas and electronics to support the launching and tracking of ballistic missiles and carrier rockets.

    “After planned repairs, the Marshal Krylov missile range instrumentation ship from Russia’s Pacific Fleet sailed on October 19 on a mission directly related to its purpose,” the Eastern Military District said in a statement.

    On Friday, Russia successfully tested its Topol intercontinental ballistic missile, which hit a designated target in the Pacific “with a high degree of precision.”

    The Soviet Navy had eight tracking ships in service, but seven of them were sold for scrap metal after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the 1990’s.

    The Marshal Krylov was launched in 1987 and commissioned in 1989.

    The ship has carried out a variety of missions, including tracking of ballistic missiles tested at their maximum range.

    In August 2011, Marshal Krylov tracked Russia’s Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile during its 16th test when the missile successfully hit a designated target in the Pacific Ocean at its full operational range of 9,100 km (5,650 miles).

    http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20121020/176767729.html
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    Post  George1 Sat Oct 20, 2012 3:47 pm

    GarryB wrote:Russia’s Only Tracking Ship Sails After Overhaul

    The only missile range instrumentation ship remaining in service with the Russian Navy has sailed on a tour of duty after almost a year of repairs at the port of Vladivostok, the Russian military said.

    Missile range instrumentation ships, or tracking ships, are vessels equipped with antennas and electronics to support the launching and tracking of ballistic missiles and carrier rockets.

    “After planned repairs, the Marshal Krylov missile range instrumentation ship from Russia’s Pacific Fleet sailed on October 19 on a mission directly related to its purpose,” the Eastern Military District said in a statement.

    On Friday, Russia successfully tested its Topol intercontinental ballistic missile, which hit a designated target in the Pacific “with a high degree of precision.”

    The Soviet Navy had eight tracking ships in service, but seven of them were sold for scrap metal after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the 1990’s.

    The Marshal Krylov was launched in 1987 and commissioned in 1989.

    The ship has carried out a variety of missions, including tracking of ballistic missiles tested at their maximum range.

    In August 2011, Marshal Krylov tracked Russia’s Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile during its 16th test when the missile successfully hit a designated target in the Pacific Ocean at its full operational range of 9,100 km (5,650 miles).

    http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20121020/176767729.html

    is this the ship derived from Kirov class ?
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    Post  TR1 Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:21 pm

    George1 wrote:
    GarryB wrote:Russia’s Only Tracking Ship Sails After Overhaul

    The only missile range instrumentation ship remaining in service with the Russian Navy has sailed on a tour of duty after almost a year of repairs at the port of Vladivostok, the Russian military said.

    Missile range instrumentation ships, or tracking ships, are vessels equipped with antennas and electronics to support the launching and tracking of ballistic missiles and carrier rockets.

    “After planned repairs, the Marshal Krylov missile range instrumentation ship from Russia’s Pacific Fleet sailed on October 19 on a mission directly related to its purpose,” the Eastern Military District said in a statement.

    On Friday, Russia successfully tested its Topol intercontinental ballistic missile, which hit a designated target in the Pacific “with a high degree of precision.”

    The Soviet Navy had eight tracking ships in service, but seven of them were sold for scrap metal after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the 1990’s.

    The Marshal Krylov was launched in 1987 and commissioned in 1989.

    The ship has carried out a variety of missions, including tracking of ballistic missiles tested at their maximum range.

    In August 2011, Marshal Krylov tracked Russia’s Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile during its 16th test when the missile successfully hit a designated target in the Pacific Ocean at its full operational range of 9,100 km (5,650 miles).

    http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20121020/176767729.html

    is this the ship derived from Kirov class ?
    No, that ship is a goner.
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    Post  GarryB Sun Oct 21, 2012 8:23 am

    Marshal Krylov was of a different ship class to the Orlan that shared hulls with the Kirov.
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    Post  George1 Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:38 pm

    http://rusnavy.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=16236

    Media: Russian-Italian Submarine Project Gets Rolling

    The Russian-Italian joint project of small-size non-nuclear submarine S1000 becomes topical again, writes Kommersant on Oct 23 referring to a source involved in the bilateral board on military cooperation.

    "The board convened in Italy early October and discussed the possibility to launch this project. In the working protocol, the parties documented certain steps to promote S1000 at third countries' markets", the insider told Kommersant.

    For instance, in order to cheapen the final product, the parties agreed to change balance of constituent parts made in Italy and Russia as 80% and 20% respectively, said the source. Initially, it was supposed that the balance would be 50/50. One of the principal curtailments of expenses is refusal to equip the Project S1000 submarines with expensive Russian weapons, the insider concluded.

    Originally, it was supposed to arm S1000 subs with Black Shark standard remotely-controlled torpedoes (jointly designed by Italy and France) and Russian submarine-launched cruise missiles Club capable to hit sea- and land-based targets at considerable ranges.

    "The project simplification by excluding of Club missile system entails refusal of all associated guidance systems and some radioelectronics. Related transportation and customs costs are also cut down", he explained.

    The joint submarine development project was kicked off by Italy's largest shipbuilding company Fincantieri and Russian design bureau Rubin under the contract signed in 2004.

    The works were held under technical specification and financing of Italian Navy. Conceptual designing finished in 2008, but then the project was suspended due to financial problems.

    It was believed that S1000 subs would be constructed by Fincantieri shipyards. S1000 submarines are meant neither for Russian nor for Italian navies and will be offered only for third countries. If the client is found, it will take 48 months to develop technical documentation and build the lead submarine.

    Project S1000 non-nuclear submarines are to be used in tropical conditions, amid islands, mostly in shallow waters. The concept is based on high combat effectiveness, simplicity of operation, and moderate price. The sub's crew is 16 men plus 6 seals; length is 56.2 meters; outer diameter of strength hull is 5.5 meters; submerged displacement is about 1,100 tons; max diving depth is about 250 meters; max underwater speed is 14 knots.
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    Post  Mr.Kalishnikov47 Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:57 am

    Russia’s Pacific Fleet subs successfully launch ballistic missiles

    Two nuclear submarines with the Russian Pacific Fleet have successfully launched cruise and intercontinental ballistic missiles at targets in the Okhotsk Sea and the Chizha testing ground in the north of European Russia.

    Fleet's spokesman Capt. 1st Rank Roman Martov told reporters today the subs and ships have conducted the drills in adverse weather conditions. Simultaneously, two missile-carrying ships, Iney and Razliv, rehearsed a joint missile attack on a target dozens of kilometers away.

    Voice of Russia, TASS

    http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_11_01/Russia-s-Pacific-Fleet-subs-successfully-launch-ballistic-missiles/
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    Post  George1 Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:12 am

    US Detected Russian Nuclear Submarine in Backyard

    American military detected a Russian nuclear submarine off the US coast, writes CNN referring to undisclosed sources in the Pentagon. The submarine was found near the US East Coast in October. It was not specified how exactly she was identified.

    The Russian sub neither entered American territorial waters nor hunted American warships nor approached naval submarine base Kings Bay, Georgia. However, the sub was detected near Florida, next to the site where a US carrier strike group was holding an exercise.

    According to sources of CNN, in such way Russia demonstrated its intentions to expand radius of submarine patrols. Experts suppose that the Russian sub was conducting an exercise off the US and then headed for European part of the Atlantic.

    According to CNN, that was a Project 945A Condor (Sierra-II) submarine serving at Russia's Northern Fleet. Subs of this kind are designed to trace and destroy opponent's submarines and carrier strike groups.

    It is the first submarine of this type detected so close to US coast. American press reported in Aug 2012 that the Project 971 Schuka-B (Akula) Russian submarine had been deployed undetected next to the US for several weeks; in June-July 2012, the sub cruised in the Gulf of Mexico. Officially, the Pentagon did not confirm that information.

    http://rusnavy.com/news/newsofday/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=16374
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    Post  Viktor Sun Nov 11, 2012 1:05 am

    New Russian aircraft carrier.

    Preliminary design.

    Russian Navy: Status & News #1 - Page 17 2vs3i89

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/380909.html
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    Post  TR1 Sun Nov 11, 2012 4:26 am

    Just a mockup.

    100% design will change several times before 2020 (or whenever), when it is laid down.

    Looks pretty nice though.
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    Post  Cyberspec Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:31 am

    Viktor wrote:New Russian aircraft carrier.

    Preliminary design.

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/380909.html

    Seems a fair bit bigger than the Kuznetsov
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    Post  GarryB Sun Nov 11, 2012 10:21 am

    The carrier photo is a little fuzzy but seems quite large and seems to show an AEW aircraft on the deck which suggests a catapult.

    With the ski jump ramp I rather suspect that this suggests either angled takeoff only with cat launch or EM cats on the angled takeoff and ski jump ramp.
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    Post  George1 Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:41 am

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    Post  TR1 Fri Nov 16, 2012 10:06 pm

    http://flotprom.ru/news/?ELEMENT_ID=129442

    Izvestia, so take with a Kamaz-load of salt, but seems believable.

    In 2013, project 971 nuclear attack boats and project 877 diesel boats will start receiving Kalibr missiles. Work on integrating the missile on the Leopard (971 boat) has already started.
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    Post  George1 Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:07 pm

    TR1 wrote:http://flotprom.ru/news/?ELEMENT_ID=129442

    Izvestia, so take with a Kamaz-load of salt, but seems believable.

    In 2013, project 971 nuclear attack boats and project 877 diesel boats will start receiving Kalibr missiles. Work on integrating the missile on the Leopard (971 boat) has already started.

    can anyone confirm this? it is very interesting
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    Post  medo Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:04 pm

    http://tvzvezda.ru/news/forces/content/201212051636-7f7x.htm


    New Russian oceanographic ship Yantar for Northern fleet hit the water.
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    Post  Cyberspec Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:54 am

    A smaller brother to "Losharik" in the works...

    Severodvinsk based shipbuilder "Zvezda" to resume construction of special nuclear powered deep diving submarine, which will be a smaller version of Project 10831 also known as "Losharik." According to the newspaper "Izvestia", citing a source in the defense industry, the name of the submarine being built is secret. She, as well as "Losharik" will be used for special operations at great depth, including a study of the bottom of the Arctic.

    The Russian Defense Ministry refused to comment, citing the confidentiality of information.

    more here (in Russian)
    http://lenta.ru/news/2012/12/04/supersub/

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