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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:
    franco wrote:
    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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    eehnie wrote:WEAKEST PREVIOUS CONTRACTS MOST LIKELY TO FAIL
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    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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    Post  Hole on Wed Dec 25, 2019 10:41 am

    I put it here. From SouthFront.

    For 2020, the plans for the Russian Ministry of Defense are the following:

    To deliver 22 launchers with Yars and Avangard ballistic missiles for the combat alert duty to the Strategic Nuclear Forces of the Strategic Missile Forces;

    To complete the modernization of six strategic missile carriers Tu-95MS at industry enterprises;

    To commission Borey-A-class nuclear submarine Knyaz Vladimir equipped with the Bulava ballistic missile. There will be seven such submarines in total;

    To deliver 565 modern armored vehicles, 436 pieces of missile and artillery weapons, two division sets of Buk-M3 to the Land Forces, the Coastal Troops of the Navy and the Airborne Troops.

    To organize 11 formations and military units;

    To deliver 106 new and upgraded aircraft, four regiment sets of air defense missile weapon system S-400 Triumph and six division sets of the Pantsyr missile system to the Aerospace Forces and the Navy;

    To launch the fourth spacecraft of the United space system;

    To increase the level of serviceability of aviation equipment up to 80% due to the conclusion of State contracts for the cost of a flight hour and the transition to a promising system of engineering and aviation supply and military repair;

    To commission 14 warships and boats, three submarines, 18 auxiliary vessels. To deliver one Bal coastal missile system;

    To complete the construction of strategic missile submarines base infrastructure in the Northern and Pacific Fleets;

    To equip the Armed Forces with modern weapons and equipment by 70%, following the instructions given in the May 2012 decrees of the President of the Russian Federation;

    To conduct 19,200 different exercises and trainings, including the strategic command post exercise “Kavkaz-2020”.
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    Post  George1 on Fri Dec 27, 2019 1:57 am

    Extended meeting of the Board of the Ministry of Defense of Russia

    Speech at the College of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, Army General Sergei Shoigu.

    Rearmament of the Army and Navy

    All measures provided by the Ministry of Defence Action Plan and the 2019 state defence order have been completed. The highest rate of execution of arms and equipment deliveries over the past four years has been achieved. More than 6,500 pieces of new and modernized armament have entered the Russian Armed Forces that made it possible to increase the share of modern weapons to 68.2%.

    - The order of the President of the Russian Federation to equip strategic nuclear forces with new launch systems is being completed.

    - The rate of modern armament in Strategic Missile Forces has exceeded 76%, and in nuclear triad is 82%.

    - This week, the first missile regiment armed with the Avangard missile system with hypersonic glider wing units will take up combat duty.

    - Three missile regiments of Strategic Missile Forces have been re-equipped with modern Yars missile systems. The deployment of Peresvet laser systems has been completed. Since December 1, they have been on combat duty in the position areas of the five missile divisions of the Strategic Missile Forces.

    - Five modernized missile carriers have entered strategic aviation nuclear forces.

    - State test of nuclear submarine project Borey-A Knyaz Vladimir has been finished.

    - This year, 624 pieces of tanks and other armored vehicles, 143 modern aircraft and helicopters, 13 spacecraft, one submarine, eight surface ships, 17 boats and support vessels, and four Bal and Bastion coastal missile systems and more than 10,000 pieces of modern signal equipment received Russian Armed Forces.

    - Large-scale work on the re-equipment of all missile brigades of the Land Forces with Iskander complex was completed.

    - As well as the launch of the third Kupol spacecraft of the Unified Space System. It successfully completes the tasks of combat alert duty.

    - Flights of the Hunter experimental reconnaissance-strike long-range unmanned complex, surpassing foreign counterparts, were performed.

    - From December 1, a unique over-the-horizon radar station took up combat duty. It is able to reveal the massive take-offs of aircraft and launches of cruise missiles, including hypersonic ones.

    - Long-term contracts were signed for the supply of 76 Su-57 aircraft and more than 200 modern combat helicopters to the Aerospace Forces. This allowed to reduce purchase prices by 20% and guarantee the loading of enterprises until 2028.

    - For the first time in the modern history of Russia, the Navy is simultaneously builds 22 ships for the far sea zone. Five ships were laid this year, and there will be eight more next year.

    - The issues of reducing the time of their construction and equipping with precision weapons, including Tsircon hypersonic missiles, are being resolced.

    - Mi-28NM helicopters, new samples of missiles, bombs arms of Su-57 fighter jet were tested in combat work in Syria.

    - The rearmament of the army and navy, as well as the planned repair of military equipment, made it possible to increase the level of serviceability in the Armed Forces to 95%.

    - ]b]At the same time, there is an acute question with the serviceability of training aircraft, in which it is 58%, and for Yak-130 aircraft - 56%. We are taking active measures to correct the situation.[/b]

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    Post  George1 on Sun Dec 29, 2019 1:12 am

    Interview with the Deputy Minister of Defense of Russia Alexei Krivoruchko on the development of the weapons systems


    The newspaper of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Krasnaya Zvezda, under the heading “The Fatherland’s defense capability is reliable. At the heart of the defense power of the Fatherland is a solid fusion of combat skill of the personnel of the Armed Forces and the dedicated work of designers, engineers and workers of the defense industry complex” published an interview that caused great public interest Defense of the Russian Federation Alexei Krivoruchko.

    The possession of modern effective weapons and constant readiness for their use is a reliable component of maintaining a balance of power in the international arena, an important factor in protecting national interests and ensuring state security.

    About the features of the military-technical policy, the results of improving the domestic weapons system in the past year, says the Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Alexei Krivoruchko.

    - Alexey Yuryevich, it is time to summarize the preliminary results of the implementation of the 2019 state defense order. What positions did the defense industry and the defense ministry require the most effort from?

    - Today, the Armed Forces are an effective tool in the system of ensuring the country's military security. For this, the army and navy are equipped with modern and promising models of weapons, military and special equipment.

    The main tool in solving this problem is the state defense order. The amount of funds allocated in 2019 for the implementation of the defense order, which is more than 1.5 trillion rubles, ensured further planned development of the armament system of the Armed Forces. To ensure the established pace of equipping the troops and forces with modern types of weapons and equipment, more than 68 percent of these funds were directed to serial package purchases of high-tech models. This required a concentration of efforts and the adoption of certain additional measures through the Ministry of Defense of Russia, departments of the industrial block, as well as integrated structures and organizations of the defense industry. In general, this made it possible to increase the efficiency of fulfilling the most important state task - GOZ-2019. As a result, at the end of this year, we expect the fulfillment of tasks of the state defense order on the supply of new weapons, military and special equipment at the level of 99.3 percent. Compared with previous years, in the current as a result of well-coordinated work of the Ministry of Defense and industrial enterprises on this indicator, we have achieved a steady trend in the range of 98–99 percent.

    - The priority area for the development of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation is the modernization of the Strategic Nuclear Forces. What was done in this area last year and what tasks were set for the next?

    - May decrees of the President of the Russian Federation as one of the tasks envisaged the priority development of the Nuclear Deterrence Force. This issue is always under special control of the country's leadership and the Ministry of Defense. Therefore, our most important task is to develop and maintain the structure and composition of strategic nuclear forces. The necessary financial resources are allocated for its solution. In the period from 2011 to 2019, the Strategic Missile Forces group was re-equipped from the Topol strategic missile systems to the Yars strategic modern ground-based strategic missile systems. Following the completion of a state order in 2019, the Strategic Missile Forces completed the re-equipment of two missile regiments to Yars mobile missile systems.

    Next year, we plan to conclude another three-year contract for the manufacture of Yars mobile systems for the rearmament of three more missile regiments. The implementation of these measures will make it possible to achieve 76% equipping of the Strategic Missile Forces with modern armaments this year, and by 2022 increase this level to 92 percent. However, in 2020 it is planned to complete the bulk of ground-based experimental testing and begin flight tests of the Sarmat missile system.

    - What are the current tasks and prospects of the state defense order for the Russian Aerospace Forces? How are the tests of the 5th generation fighter with the second stage engine tested? How is the progress on PAK DA and strike UAVs going?

    - An urgent task for the development of the Air Forces is the completion of the re-equipment of operational-tactical and army aviation groupings with new multifunctional Su-35S, Su-30SM, Su-34 aircraft and Ka-52, Mi-28N, Mi-8MTV-5 helicopters -1, Mi-8AMTSh, including adapted for use in the Arctic.

    A significant event for us will be the start of serial supply of Su-57 aircraft to the troops. In May this year, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief made a decision to purchase three regiments of Su-57 aircraft, and, recall, we entered into a state contract for the supply of 74 such aircraft.

    I note that the Su-57 will enter the troops in two stages. The first aircraft will be purchased with 4th generation engines, the delivery of which is planned until mid-2020. And upon completion of measures for its testing with an engine in the second stage, deliveries will begin with power plants of the 5th generation, which have increased fuel efficiency and lower life cycle costs.

    For military transport aviation, purchases of IL-76MD-90A and Be-200 planes are planned. On the issue of creating an average military transport aircraft (SVTS) at the end of November, a meeting of the interagency commission to review the outline design was held. Now we are presented with two options for creating an SVTS based on the Il-276 aircraft developed by PJSC Il and on the basis of the Tu-330 aircraft developed by PJSC Tupolev. Based on the results of the commission's work, the type of CBTS will be determined, the planned creation date of which is 2029.

    Now about PAK DA. All works are stacked on time. To date, a preliminary design of the future aircraft has been approved. Now PJSC Tupolev is developing working design documentation, and the creation of parts and components for prototypes of the aircraft has begun. Under the current contract, the production of Tu-160M ​​aircraft continues, with increasing deliveries starting in 2021.

    As regards air defense systems, in July of the outgoing year the state tests of the S-350 anti-aircraft missile system (Vityaz-PVO) with the assignment of the letter “O1” were completed in full and with positive results, and at the moment the first production prototype of the S- 350 has already been transferred to the troops. The state armament program provides for the supply of Vityaz-air defense systems until 2027. Next year, it is planned to begin preliminary tests of the S-500 anti-aircraft missile system, the first production model of which is scheduled for delivery in 2025.

    I would also like to thank the manufacturers of domestic unmanned aerial vehicles. Undoubtedly, 2019 has become a landmark for this area. For the first time, a heavy unmanned vehicle “Okhotnik” flew up to the sky and completed a flight cycle, also a medium long unmanned vehicle “Altius” and a fully imported “Outpost-R” made the first flight. Actively testing the UAV "Peacekeeper". I can confidently say that in the coming years we will qualitatively increase the UAV grouping with reconnaissance, guidance and the possibility of using high-precision weapons.

    - What are the immediate and future tasks of the shipbuilding program for the Russian Navy?


    - The current GPV provides for a significant update of the Navy by ships of the far sea zone and new diesel-electric submarines. First of all, these are 12 warships and 9 submarines already under construction within the framework of the concluded contracts. It is worth noting here that we are talking about modern frigates 22350, 20380 series corvettes, diesel-electric submarines of projects 636.3 Varshavyanka and 677 Lada, modernization of multipurpose boats of project 971 Schuka-B, as well as a heavy nuclear missile cruiser 11442 "Admiral Nakhimov" undergoing a deep modernization. At the same time, on behalf of the Minister of Defense, we carried out a lot of painstaking work to optimize and accelerate the development of the naval fleet, the main result of which is that most of the laid-down ships will be delivered one or two years ahead of schedule stipulated by state contracts, and a series of six submarines 636.3 - for 3 years.

    To solve problems in the far sea zone, the base of the Navy ships will be frigates. Their capabilities will make it possible to solve a wide range of tasks and strengthen the part of the fleet that will perform tasks in the ocean and distant sea zones. In order to comply with the technological schedule for the construction of ships and ensure unconditional and timely delivery, the possibility of advance advancing state contracts for the construction of ships in the far sea zone has been worked out.

    The tests of the Onyx missile system, which replaces the previous generation anti-ship missile systems, have been completed. Planned work is underway to equip the construction and modernization of ships and submarines with this complex, which will allow them to solve the problems of combating ship groupings of a potential enemy in the near and far sea zones at the level of modern requirements for means of armed struggle at sea.

    A qualitatively new level of solving the tasks of defeating the carrier and landing formations of a potential enemy will be achieved by creating a missile system with a Zircon hypersonic cruise missile. The tactical and technical characteristics set during the design of the complex allow surface ships and submarines to carry out their tasks in almost any operational situation, negating the possibility of anti-aircraft means to repel a missile attack. All new ships are fully equipped with new weapons systems.

    In 2020, in order to expand the ocean zone, state contracts for the construction of two orders of the Borey-A project were planned for conclusion as part of the tasks of the state defense order. At the same time, it is planned to lay two Yasen-M products, two project 22350 frigates, and two universal landing ships.

    - Alexey Yuryevich, what can you say about tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, artillery? How is the work on "Armata" moving?


    - I will not hide that the work on refining the latest models of armored vehicles and weapons was somewhat delayed, but in the past year, preliminary and state tests of a whole line of new equipment were successfully completed.

    Firstly, Armata. Preliminary tests of the T-14 tank and the T-15 infantry fighting vehicle based on the unified interspecific heavy tracked platform with the rear and front engine-transmission compartment were completed. In the next month or two, we expect to receive the first batch of 5 cars, which we will also connect to state tests for their speedy completion.

    Secondly, preliminary tests of the K-16 Boomerang wheeled platform have been completed. Next year, it is planned to manufacture prototypes, which will also be connected to state tests.

    Further, this month the state tests of the modernized T-90M Breakthrough tank are being completed. Based on their results, a decision will be made on adopting and starting the serial supply of this equipment.

    Also this year, state tests of 4x4 Typhoon protected vehicles with a combat module and a rotary platform for installing weapons, as well as 6x6 Typhoons with a combat module, were completed. The preliminary tests have been completed and the state tests of the Typhoon-Airborne armored car have begun. In the first quarter of 2020, we plan to take on supply the entire line of "Typhoons" and begin their serial purchase.

    Preliminary tests of the promising anti-aircraft artillery system 2C38 "Derivation-Air Defense" and self-propelled artillery installation 2S35 "Coalition-SV" were completed. Next year, we expect the completion of all types of tests and the assignment of the letter "O1" to the promising heavy flamethrower system "Tosochka".

    As for small arms, this year the state tests of the Boa constrictor pistol were completed. Next year it is expected to be adopted and the start of serial purchase. This year, Kalashnikov assault rifles and AK-12 and AK-15, 6P67 and 6P68 machine guns, as well as the 6P69 machine gun, which is a further development of the Kord line, were adopted as part of the Ratnik complex. Next year, the latest mobile reconnaissance and target designation center for PRP-5 missile and artillery systems on a tracked and wheeled base is being prepared for adoption. I’ll separately note that for the first time we will demonstrate such novelties as Tosochka and Typhoon 4x4 with a combat module at the Victory Parade in Moscow.

    - The 21st century is characterized by the use of new, non-traditional types of weapons and military equipment. How are the developments on the creation of weapons based on new physical principles: laser, hypersonic, robotic, informational? And when can we expect the appearance of specific samples of weapons and military equipment?

    - Innovative types of weapons, such as self-propelled robotic systems, multifunctional systems and complexes using kinetic, electromagnetic, laser types of exposure to various bases, as well as hypersonic intercept and destroy weapons, are sources of a significant increase in the combat effectiveness of various types of military forces and arms. A good example of this is the use of robotic and unmanned systems in Syria, which increased the combat effectiveness of the use of the main weapons and practically ensured the minimization of personnel losses. That is why we focus on the maximum possible implementation of the achievements of scientific and technological progress in the weapons and military hardware models, which is the most important feature of the further development of the armament system of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.

    For example, regarding the creation of laser weapons, I note that next year we plan to complete the design and development work on the creation of a tactical laser complex for destroying UAVs and destroying light-protected surface targets in order to solve the problems of the Ground Forces, Air Force and Navy. The complex will have a modular principle of building basic systems, which in the future will allow for a phased increase in the power and range of targets. Equipment is being actively equipped with laser systems to protect the airborne defense systems of strategic, tactical and army aircraft from being hit by ground-to-air and air-to-air missiles with optical homing heads.

    In the interests of the Ground Forces, in 2020 the ROC is completing the creation of a portable automated complex of optoelectronic countermeasures for counter-observation and aiming, and counteracting them with laser radiation. Work is underway to develop technologies for creating powerful lasers of various types. We are also working to increase the capacity of the Peresvet complex. In the coming years, it is planned to be placed on an aircraft carrier.

    A wide front is carried out work on the creation of hypersonic weapons. The work is aimed at expanding the scope, range of weapons and improving its tactical and technical characteristics. New models of such weapons should provide highly effective target destruction both in operational tactical and strategic depths.

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    Post  calripson on Sun Dec 29, 2019 1:59 am

    Interestingly, he mentions Armata and Boomerang development,but nothing about the Kurganets.
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    Post  GarryB on Sun Dec 29, 2019 5:14 am

    Yes, I noticed that too... they talk about T based Armatas like T-15 and T-14 and T-16 (BMP/Tank/Armoured recovery vehicle), and the K-16 boomerang based BMP, but no mention of Kurganets.... they even mention the light Typhoon family of four and six wheeled vehicles...

    Work is underway to develop technologies for creating powerful lasers of various types. We are also working to increase the capacity of the Peresvet complex. In the coming years, it is planned to be placed on an aircraft carrier.

    Interesting... so perhaps it is intended for defending large objects threatened by potential future western hypersonic manouvering threats... a laser would be ideal in terms of interception, but the levels of power needed will be large.

    Note the idea that a laser would be useless against a hypersonic weapon because a hypersonic weapon would already be very hot is not based in fact.

    The nose of a mach 3 aircraft is heated to 300 degrees C and higher, but that is not to say a laser pointed at it that increases that temperature to three or four times higher wont have an effect.

    Weapons and aircraft are designed to operate in the environment they will be used, but it is unlikely they will be able to take conditions much worse than that simply for performance reasons...
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    Post  George1 on Sun Dec 29, 2019 7:15 am

    Another interesting point us that they are considering the reviving of Tu-330 for the medium transport aircraft project
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    Post  GarryB on Mon Dec 30, 2019 6:34 am

    I would like to know more about their options but just on the face of it the Il-276 that is simply a shortened two engine Il-476 looked appealing to me in terms of commonality and reducing development costs.

    Lets face it... in all their other branches they are embracing the concept of families of weapons... and most of the time it seems to make the most sense, but just on the face of it the Tu-330 looks interesting.

    Just based on discussions I have had here it seems to be different enough to be worth buying, but the question I would ask is how much overlap is there between these two types. If the Tu-330 has a different shape and can take different vehicles that the Il-276 and perhaps even ll-476 can't carry but the Il-276 will be quick to develop and cheaper to make and have potential in the export market to also replace the soviet An-12 with an aircraft with commonality with the Il-476 meaning they might buy both, then in that case I would go for both.

    They are developing new ranges of light vehicles... most of the Kurganets and Boomerang vehicles are more than 25 tons so the Il-276 wont be able to carry them or wont be able to carry them far. The lighter Typhoon family are in the 15-20 ton payload range and should be portable via both types.

    Tupolev is a respected design company and they have produced civilian airliners in the past, but transport is the speciality of Il.

    I am a little biased of course, but then I would have reservations if Il came out with an alternative design to the PAK DA too...
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    Post  Big_Gazza on Tue Dec 31, 2019 3:54 am

    The first aircraft will be purchased with 4th generation engines, the delivery of which is planned until mid-2020.

    Taken at face-value, this means only 6 months worth of production Su-57 will be fitted with the interim engine? That can't be more than a handful of units.
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    Post  George1 on Mon Jan 20, 2020 10:48 pm

    What They May Get, 2020
    Posted on January 19, 2020 | 2 Comments

    In his year-end report, Russian Defense Minister Shoygu not only publicized what the MOD received by way of arms and other equipment in 2019, he also mentioned what the military is supposed to get this year.

    According to Shoygu, it will receive:

    - Twenty-two ICBM launchers with RS-24 Yars (SS-27 Mod 2) and Avangard “hypersonic glide vehicles.” The latter is the long-in-development weapon that will be placed on “dry” SS-19 ICBMs Moscow received from Kyiv in the early 2000s.
    - Six modernized Tu-95MS strategic bombers.
    - The first “series produced” project 955A Borey-A SSBN Knyaz Oleg. (But the very first 955A Borey-A Knyaz Vladimir wasn’t accepted in 2019. It’s now scheduled for delivery during the first quarter of this year.)
    - 565 “modern” (presumably new or modernized) armored vehicles, 436 missile and artillery systems, two battalion sets of Buk-M3 SAMs to round out 11 formations and units. (565 doesn’t go too far — perhaps six motorized rifle regiments, but 436 is a lot — maybe 24 artillery battalions, enough for eight MR brigades.)
    - 106 new and modernized aircraft.
    - Four regimental sets of S-400 Triumf (SA-21 Growler) SAMs.
    - Six battalion sets of Pantsir (SA-22 Greyhound) gun-missile systems.
    - One Kupol early warning satellite (fourth overall).
    - 14 surface combatants of varying size, three submarines, and 18 other vessels. (Not real precise.) One Bal (SSC-6 Sennight) coastal missile system.

    Shoygu said the RF Armed Forces will have 70 percent “modern” arms and equipment in 2020, fulfilling the order given by President Putin in 2012.

    He also noted that the Defense Ministry signed long-term contracts for 76 Su-57 Felon (PAK FA) fighters (although the first series model crashed) and more than 200 combat helos in 2019. He reported that 22 ships for the “distant ocean zone” are under construction and eight more will be laid down in 2020.

    On January 13, Krasnaya zvezda quoted Shoygu saying procurement will be about 1.5 trillion rubles ($25 billion), about the same as 2019, with 68 percent going to purchase new equipment. Nearly 4,000 new armored and other vehicles (i.e. trucks, etc.) will arrive in 2020 along with 1,700 artillery and missile systems. (How does that track with the 436 above?? Perhaps it includes slightly modernized or repaired?)

    RIAN offered its own list of what the Russian military is supposed to get this year. It noted that the MOD and OPK signed about 50 contracts in 2019 worth more than 1 trillion rubles of weapons and equipment. Not all for delivery in 2020 of course.

    According to the official news agency, the Russian Navy will receive the second project 636.3 Improved Kilo Volkhov for the Pacific Fleet, the second project 677 Lada Kronshtadt also for the Pacific, and the second project 885M Yasen-M Novosibirsk. (But in 2020 the Navy is still awaiting the first Yasen-M Kazan and expects renovated project 949A Belgorod that will carry Moscow’s doomsday torpedoes.)

    RIAN says the Russian Navy will get its second project 11711 LST Petr Morgunov in the first quarter of the year. The Black Sea Fleet will accept 16 new ships and other vessels. And the Baltic Fleet will be content with catamaran-type hydrographic survey vessels (project 23370).

    The Aerospace Forces will acquire new Su-35S fighters, six Mi-28NM helos, S-400 SAMs, and more S-350 Vityaz SAMs. (These initial deliveries are for troop testing and training. Series production of this system is slated for 2021-2027.)

    More random notes on 2020:

    - Mil.ru says the Ground Troops in 2020 will get more than 300 tanks and armored vehicles. Its Moscow-based 1st Tank Army will receive more than 250 weapons systems and other pieces of equipment.
    - Interfaks-AVN indicated some will be BMP-3, BMP-2, and BMPT armored vehicles with new unmanned turrets.
    - The Russian Army is supposed to receive 40,000 new AK-12 assault weapons.
    - The VDV’s 76th DShD in Pskov already got a battalion set of BMD-4M and BTR-MDM armored vehicles.
    - The Central MD reports it’ll acquire more than 850 new or modernized items including 19 aircraft, 10 radars, 145 armored vehicles (30 T-72B3M tanks), four battalion sets (two regiments) of S-400 SAMs.
    - Ilyushin had to bounce two of five new Il-76MD-90A transports it couldn’t finish in 2019 to this year.

    https://russiandefpolicy.blog/2020/01/19/what-they-may-get-2020/
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    Post  George1 on Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:29 am

    Alexey Krivoruchko on the implementation of State weapons programs


    The first issue for 2020 of the journal "Radioelectronic Technologies", published by JSC "Concern" Radioelectronic Technologies "(KRET), published an interesting article by the Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Alexei Krivoruchko," The Way to the New Decade, "which summarizes the first preliminary results of the implementation of the State Program armaments for 2011-2020 and the control figures of the current State armament program for 2018-2027 are being specified.

    The coming 2020 will be a landmark year in the implementation of the State Armament Program for 2011–2020 (GPV-2020). We will summarize the previously adopted plans and clarify the control figures of the current state armament program, designed for 2018–2027 (GPV-2027).

    GPV-2020 was the first in a long period of time to be fully implemented, as well as the first to ensure the transition to truly massive deliveries of new and modern weapons to the military.

    The main efforts for its implementation were aimed at the balanced development of strategic nuclear forces, the complete supply of modern and promising weapons models to the units and units of constant readiness, the creation of information and control systems, the scientific and technical reserve necessary to obtain the latest weapons systems and models.

    Simultaneously with this GPV, a system of target indicators was developed and adopted. Monitoring their implementation made it possible to timely correct the measures taken to equip the Armed Forces with modern weapons, military and special equipment (VVMT).

    During the implementation of GPV-2020, the level of modern weapons in the strategic nuclear forces reached 83%, in the Air and Space Forces - 75%, in the Airborne Forces and the Navy exceeded 63%, and in the Ground Forces - 50%. The level of equipment with modern command and control assets in the troops was 67%. In general, the share of modern weapons reached almost 68%. Let me remind you that the State Program for Arms GPV-2020 set the task of bringing the indicators for the main nomenclature of modern weapons to the level of 70%. Thus, it can be stated that the program is being successfully implemented, the potential of the types of the Armed Forces and the combat arms ensures the solution of all assigned tasks.

    Let me remind you with what indicators GPV-2020 implementation began. The share of modern assets in the existing WWIS fleet was about 20% for strategic nuclear forces and did not exceed 10% for general forces. In the armies of leading foreign countries at that time, this figure was 30-50%.

    In 2019, over 1.5 trillion rubles were allocated for the rearmament of the army and navy, more than 70% of these funds were used to purchase modern serial weapons and equipment. The troops received more than 2300 units of new and modernized equipment. Compared to 2018, the rate of supply of high-tech weapons increased by 6.7%.

    It is important to note that the arrival of new equipment is carried out simultaneously with the creation of the appropriate infrastructure for it. In 2018, construction, reconstruction and overhaul works of 3,573 buildings and structures with a total area of ​​3 million 600 thousand square meters were completed. In 2019, the pace of construction related to the commissioning of buildings and structures increased by 15%. In accordance with the plan, by the end of December, builders pledged to hand over over 3,750 objects. Of these, 2338 objects were commissioned before October 2019. In total, RUB 168 billion was allocated for infrastructure development in 2019. Further construction in the interests of the state armament program will continue. In GPV-2027, 1 trillion rubles has been allocated for these purposes.

    The coming year is important in that it must demonstrate the effectiveness of government investment in the creation and organization of mass production of weapons and military equipment. Successfully tested are the new intercontinental ballistic missile RS-28 Sarmat, which is supposed to replace the Voyevoda heavy missile in the Strategic Missile Forces. The concept of the Sarmat complex provides for the delivery of warheads along trajectories that substantially complicate their destruction even by promising missile defense systems. The new missile allows striking targets at ranges of up to 18 thousand km, has a launch mass of 208.1 tons and a payload of about 10 tons. The first production rockets will go into service in 2021.

    In the Aerospace Forces, technical re-equipment of the orbital constellation of military spacecraft is carried out. The new Bars-M observation and mapping satellite, which is being developed by the Progress Rocket and Space Center, is practically ready for deployment to the troops.

    Currently, the orbital group of Russia has 150 spacecraft for various purposes. Of their total number, more than 90 devices operate in the interests of the Ministry of Defense. They perform a wide range of tasks - communications, navigation, geodesy, meteorology, remote sensing of the earth, monitoring the situation, as well as scientific purposes. It should be noted that the quality and reliability of spacecraft, and above all their elemental base, have increased. If earlier the life expectancy of an artificial satellite in orbit was calculated for months, then modern ones function up to 15 years. GPV-2027 contains plans for further improvement and updating of the orbital grouping of the Space Forces, the creation of a system for its protection from various influences.

    The Air Force has more than 3 thousand aircraft. Over the previous six years - from 2013 to 2018, more than 1 thousand new and modernized aircraft and helicopters arrived at the aviation units. In other words, the fleet was updated by more than 65%. For the most part, these are multifunctional combat complexes of long-range, operational-tactical and army aviation. Among them, 78 super-maneuverable Su-35S fighters of generation 4 ++ delivered by Sukhoi in the period from 2013 to 2018.

    The planned modernization of strategic missile carriers Tu-95, Tu-160 and long-range bombers Tu-22M3. They get the opportunity to carry both the latest cruise missiles and other promising weapons. The construction of the strategic missile carrier Tu-160M2. Its first flight is scheduled for 2021, and deliveries to compounds and parts of long-range aviation should begin in 2023. Until 2027, ten such missile carriers will be purchased.

    In 2019, the Ministry of Defense approved the final sketch of the promising long-range aviation complex (PAK DA). The characteristics of the aircraft have been agreed upon, all contract documents necessary for the production of samples have been signed, and preparatory design stages are under way. The beginning of his flight tests is included in GPV-2027. In the future, PAK DA should replace the Tu-95 long-range aviation aircraft in service with the Russian aerospace forces.

    In 2019, mass production of the Su-57, a promising fifth-generation multi-functional fighter, was launched. Until 2028, the aerospace forces will receive 76 aircraft from the industry, with which three aviation regiments will be completely re-equipped. These fighters are equipped with modern aviation weapons and provided with the necessary ground infrastructure. In such a volume, nothing similar has been done on the new platform in Russia over the past 40 years.

    Due to effective modernization, the power of the MiG-31 fighter-interceptor has significantly increased, on the basis of which the promising Dagger aviation complex has been created, equipped with a hypersonic aeroballistic missile.

    In 2019, completion was completed to fully comply with the tactical and technical specifications of the prototype of the Il-76MD-90A heavy transport aircraft, which is a deeply modernized version of the Il-76MD, which was previously produced at the Chkalov Tashkent Aviation Enterprise.

    In the first quarter of 2020, flight tests of the Il-112V will resume. This is the first light military transport aircraft developed in Russia from scratch in the post-Soviet period. It will replace the An-26 and its modifications.

    In November 2018, the Ministry of Defense approved a tactical and technical task for a promising medium military transport aircraft, which will replace the obsolete An-12 in the troops, which is unique in its kind. At the same time, more than 40 modifications of it were built in the Soviet Union. Its flying qualities were appreciated by pilots in our country and abroad. It is necessary that his change be worthy, in connection with this, several concepts are being worked out at once. In particular, in the S.V. Aviation Complex Ilyushin is considering a preliminary design of a twin-engine jet aircraft Il-276. The Tupolev company also has its own project. The final choice in favor of a particular project will be made after a thorough study of all the proposals.

    In May 2020, it is planned to complete factory flight tests of the promising Il-96-400TZ refueling aircraft. It was created on the basis of the IL-96-400T cargo modification and will be able to transfer over 65 tons of fuel at a distance of up to 3.5 thousand km.

    The fleet of army aviation helicopters is equipped as quickly as possible with modern airborne defense systems with improved characteristics. The machines are equipped with the latest extended range weapons. Russian Helicopters Holding transferred 112 helicopters to the troops, of which 58 - ahead of schedule. In total, until 2027, the Ministry of Defense expects to receive 423 modern helicopters, including 96 Mi-28NM strike systems, as laid down in GPV-2027.

    In 2019, the anti-aircraft defense forces tested the latest S-500 “Prometheus” anti-aircraft missile system with the launch of new missiles that have no analogues in the world. There is confidence that the new complex will be ready for supply to the troops in 2020. Its main task is to combat the combat equipment of medium-range ballistic missiles (independent interception with a launch range of up to 3,500 km) and intercontinental ballistic missiles in the final section of the trajectory, and in certain cases in the middle section.

    In 2019, state tests of the latest medium-range anti-aircraft missile system S-350 Vityaz were completed. In 2020, its delivery to the troops will begin. This new generation complex is designed to deal with aerodynamic and ballistic targets. It possesses increased firepower, as well as an increased stock of missiles, which is extremely important in the conditions of the possible massive use by the enemy of precision weapons. Vityaz will replace the S-300PS and Buk-M1-2.

    The volume of supplies of armored vehicles to the Ground Forces is determined in 400 new and modernized models. Among them - T-72BZM tanks with domestic sighting systems, T-90M "Breakthrough-3", T-80BVM and infantry fighting vehicles BMP-1AM. T-90M "Breakthrough-3" is distinguished by impenetrable protection, an automated fire control system and a forced engine. The first tanks are already entering the troops. Now in the Ground Forces there are about 400 T-90 tanks of various modifications. In accordance with the state contract signed in the summer of 2019, all of them will be modernized. In general, the complete renewal of the tank fleet is considered by the military department as one of the priorities of the procurement policy for the next five years.

    The Ministry of Defense still pays much attention to the Armata project and the T-14 tank, built on its basis. A promising machine is still in trial operation. In 2020, it is planned to begin its state tests. On the Armata platform, the latest heavy infantry fighting vehicle T-15 with the Dagger combat module and 57-mm gun is also being developed. We presented her prototype at the ARMY-2019 International Military Technical Forum.

    In 2020, state tests will continue on the new Derivation-Air Defense self-propelled anti-aircraft installation on the chassis of the BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle. It has a combat uninhabited module with a 57-mm cannon and will be able to fire at both ground and air targets. One of the tasks of the Derivation-Air Defense complex will be the fight against unmanned aerial vehicles. For this, a line of ammunition has been developed, including with remote detonation.

    In continuation of development, Iskander-M missile systems will be additionally equipped with high-precision cruise missiles, and air defense units with long-range anti-aircraft missiles for S-400 air defense systems.

    On the whole, much attention has been paid to the rearmament of the Ground Forces. It is enough to note that this type of Armed Forces accounted for a fourth of the total funding of GPV-2020. This made it possible to obtain modernized T-90AM, T-80BVM, T-72B3M, BMP-2M Berezhok, BMP-3M, BTR-82M tanks, new T-14 Armata tanks, Kurganets-25 infantry fighting vehicles, “Boomerang” and Arctic “Knight”, self-propelled howitzers “Coalition-SV”, multiple launch rocket systems “Tornado-G / S” and “Hurricane-1M”, tactical missile systems “Iskander-M”, anti-tank missile systems “ Chrysanthemum-S "and" Cornet-D1 "; S-300V4 anti-aircraft missile systems, Buk-M3, Tor-M2 air defense systems and the Tor-M2DT Arctic systems, robotic systems, BMD-4M airborne combat vehicles and BTR-MDM Rakushka armored personnel carriers, the promising self-propelled anti-tank gun Octopus-SDM1 ", equipment" Warrior ".

    The navy is planned to be replenished with new ships, submarines, auxiliary vessels. In 2020, for the first time in 28 years, we will accept six submarines from the industry at once: four nuclear projects 955A and 885M and two diesel-electric projects 636.3 and 677.

    In 2020, the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet) will be replenished with a new corvette of Project 20380 “Hero of the Russian Federation Aldar Tsydenzhapov”, and in the next 2021 with the Sharp corvette of the same project. They will become, respectively, the third and fourth ships of this project at the Pacific Fleet. The main striking power of the corvettes is the anti-ship missile system Uranus.

    In 2019, an advance draft of the universal landing ship was prepared. Its technical design will begin in 2020.

    The renewal of the naval fleet increases the need for modern support vessels. In accordance with GPV-2020, measures were taken to update the auxiliary fleet. Now its composition has already taken 152 new vessels. In the fall of 2019, four vessels were received. The state defense order for 2020 and the planning period until 2022 additionally includes the construction of three dredging vessels and five medium tankers. In total, in accordance with the State Program of Arms GPV-2027, another 176 sea and raid vessels of the auxiliary fleet will be built.

    In conclusion, I note that the composition and content of tasks GPV-2027 are structured and optimized within the allocated funding limits. In accordance with the "Rules for the Development of State Arms Programs", the priorities indicated therein will be specified in 2023, during the formation of a new armament program until 2033. Despite Western economic sanctions, we will continue to create technologically independent weapons systems that can effectively counter attack weapons, no matter where they come from, or whatever modern, including airborne hypersonic attack weapons. There is no doubt that Russia's military-scientific, labor and personnel resources will make it possible to continue to maintain the planned pace of re-equipment of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in order to reliably ensure the security of our state.

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    Post  PapaDragon on Mon Feb 03, 2020 10:36 pm


    So does this mean they bought everything they planned this time?
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    Post  George1 on Sun Mar 22, 2020 4:26 pm

    Supplies of military equipment to the Russian Armed Forces in 2019


    A review of the supply of arms to the Russian Armed Forces in 2019 has been posted on the “Made with Us” Internet portal - https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/131211/

    I also decided to collect my observations on the topic and publish here. I will limit myself only to heavy armored vehicles and large-caliber barrel artillery.


    WESTERN MILITARY DISTRICT

    6th army

    A separate tank battalion of the 76th Air Assault Division was formed in 2019. It received 31 T-72B3 tanks for staffing.

    The 104th (in March 2019) and the 234th Air Assault Regiments
    (in January 2020) of 76th Air Assault Division received each a single battalion set of BMD-4M airborne combat vehicles (62 vehicles in total)

    20th Army

    The 254th Motor Rifle Regiment of the 144th Motor Rifle Division were formed in December 2018. At the end of 2018, it received one battalion set of new BTR-82AM armored personnel carriers and 12 2A65 Msta-B howitzers that were removed from storage. For full staffing, I must get two more BTR-82A battalion sets and one battalion set of tanks. Information on the supply of weapons to the regiment in 2019 is not yet available.

    In January 2020, the 856th self-propelled artillery regiment of the 144th Motor Rifle Division was armed with 12 self-propelled howitzers 2S19M1 Msta-S. The regiment completed the picking.

    The 99th self-propelled artillery regiment of the 3rd Motor Rifle Division received 18 self-propelled howitzers 2S19M2 Msta=S. The regiment completed the picking.


    1st Tank Army.

    The 288th artillery brigade received 18 self-propelled howitzers 2S19M1 Msta-S.

    The 6th tank brigade received the second battalion set of T-72B3M tanks (31 vehicles)


    SOUTH MILITARY DISTRICT

    8th Army

    A separate tank battalion of the 56th Air Assault Brigade was formed in 2019. It received 31 T-72B3 tanks for staffing.

    49th Army

    A separate tank battalion of the 7th Air Assault Division was formed in 2019. It received 31 T-72B3 tanks for staffing.

    The 227th artillery brigade received 18 self-propelled howitzers 2S19M1 Msta-S. In March 2020, the team received at least 12 new 2S19M2 Msta-S self-propelled howitzers.
    https://function.mil.ru/news_page/country/more.htm?id=12282324@egNews


    58th army

    The 136th motorized rifle brigade received the third battalion set of new BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicles (31 vehicles).

    The 291st artillery brigade received 18 new 2S19M2 Msta-S self-propelled howitzers.

    The 177th Marine Corps was formed. The artillery division of the regiment received 12 D-30 guns removed from storage.


    22nd Army Corps of the Black Sea Fleet.


    It is worth noting the presence of a supernumerary quantity of ATGM 9P157 "Chrysanthemum-S" in the anti-tank division of the 8th artillery regiment. Most likely, in 2018, the next set of missile systems instead of the 30th artillery brigade was transferred to strengthen the 8th artillery regiment.


    EASTERN MILITARY DISTRICT


    35th Army


    The tank battalion of the 38th motorized rifle brigade received 31 T-80BV tanks for staffing.

    The tank battalion of the 64th motorized rifle brigade received 31 T-80BV tanks for staffing.

    The tank battalion of the 69th cover brigade received 31 T-80BV tanks for staffing.


    5th army

    The 84th separate tank battalion of the 127th mechanized infantry division was formed in 2019. It received 31 T-80BV tanks removed from storage for staffing.

    The 114th motorized rifle, 394th motorized rifle, and 872th self-propelled artillery regiments of the 127th motorized rifle division were formed in 2019. We received the material part of the disbanded 59th motorized rifle and 70th motorized rifle brigades for complete staffing.

    A separate tank company of the 155th Marine Brigade was formed in 2019. It received 10 T-80BV tanks removed from storage for staffing.


    68th Army Corps.

    The tank battalion of the 39th motorized rifle brigade received 31 T-80BV tanks for staffing.

    The 40th Marine Brigade received a second battalion set of new BTR-82A armored personnel carriers (31 vehicles).


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    Post  Austin on Wed Mar 25, 2020 3:41 pm

    Preliminary Results of GPV-2020

    https://dfnc.ru/c106-technika/predvaritelnye-itogi-gpv-2020/
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    Post  dino00 on Thu Apr 02, 2020 12:28 pm

    Mishustin proposed concentrating until 2024 the procurement of aircraft and vehicles calculated within the framework of the state armament program until 2027

    https://www.militarynews.ru/story.asp?rid=1&nid=529496&lang=RU

    That would be nice.
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    Post  George1 on Tue May 05, 2020 11:12 pm

    Plans for the supply of military equipment to the Russian Ground Forces in 2020


    The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation in recent days immediately published a series of press releases reporting on the quantities of new and modernized military equipment, the delivery of which "was planned for the Ground Forces units as part of the execution of the state defense order until the end of 2020."

    In these press releases, in particular, it is reported that until the end of 2020, the delivery to the Ground Forces units is planned (as you can understand, excluding supplies to the Navy Coastal Forces, the Navy and the Airborne Troops, it is unclear whether equipment already delivered in the 1st quarter of the year):

    - More than 120 modernized T-72B3M tanks (link);

    - More than 100 infantry fighting vehicles BMP-3 (link);

    - More than 60 modernized BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicles with the Berezhok combat compartment (link);

    - More than 460 modern armored personnel carriers BTR-82A and upgraded BTR-82AM (link), with a separate release indicating that there will be “more than 130” armored personnel carriers of the new BTR-82A production (link);

    - More than 30 armored vehicles of increased security "Typhoon 4x4" (link);

    - More than 15 armored vehicles "Tiger-M" with a combat module with remote control "Arbalet-DM" (link);

    - More than 35 self-propelled howitzers 2S19M2 "MSTA-SM" (link);

    - More than 30 MLRS "Tornado-G" and "Tornado-S" (link);

    - 6 BMK-MO towing and motor boats designed for the motorization of the PMP, PMP-M, PPS-84, PP-91 and PP-2005M pontoon parks (link);

    - 17 BMK-MT towing and motor boats intended for motorization of the PMP, PMP-M, PPS-84, PP-91 and PP-2005M pontoon parks (link);

    - 6 BMK-15 towing and motor boats (link).

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