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本帖最后由 kktt 于 2011-9-28 19:06 编辑

截至2010年底,俄军共部署70枚白杨M导弹,其中地井52枚,公路机动18枚。

第27近卫火箭集团军
第60火箭师,萨拉托夫州塔季谢沃(Татищево, Tatishchevo)
下辖6个地井“白杨”-M型导弹团,已部署52枚。
计划2011年和2012年再各部署4枚。

第54近卫火箭师,伊万诺沃州杰伊科沃(Тейково, Teykovo)
下辖2个公路机动“白杨”-M导弹团,已部署18枚(每个团9枚)
2006年、2007年各部署3枚,2008年部署9枚,2009年部署3枚。

第54近卫火箭师还部署了9枚RS-24导弹(1个团),2011年8月完成部署。计划2011年底前部署第2个团。
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2008-12-20 18:43 | 只看该作者
金融危机不影响“白杨—M”导弹进入战斗执勤
19:24 | 2008-12-12

俄新网RUSNEWS.CN莫斯科12月12日电 俄罗斯战略导弹部队司令尼古拉·索洛夫佐夫上将12日向俄新社透露,俄罗斯现在和将来都不会因世界经融危机推迟让“白杨-M”导弹系统进入战斗值勤。

应俄新社记者评论“白杨-M”导弹系统进入战斗值勤情况的请求,索洛夫佐夫说:“为了回答您的问题,我通报一下:我昨天才从捷伊科沃导弹师返回来,那里正在安装‘白杨-M'进入战斗值勤,没有任何推迟。”

索洛夫佐夫指出:“一切都会按期进入战斗执勤。”

在军事部门领导层参加的国家杜马国防委员会闭门会议结束后,某些议员私下里说,由于金融危机,“白杨-M”进入战斗值勤会因材料价格上涨而推迟。

索洛夫佐夫此前称,一个公路机动型“白杨-M”导弹系统的营已经进入捷伊科沃导弹师的战斗值勤,今年12月份计划还有一个装备有这种导弹系统的营进入战斗执勤。

[ 本帖最后由 kktt 于 2008-12-25 16:03 编辑 ]
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2008-12-20 18:44 | 只看该作者
俄战略导弹部队为装备白杨-M导弹系统建立弹药储备
22:14 | 2008-11-17

俄新网RUSNEWS.CN莫斯科11月17日电 俄罗斯战略导弹部队信息与公共关系处代表17日向俄新社记者表示,今年俄罗斯战略导弹部队为其它的导弹团装备“白杨”-M型导弹系统建立了弹药储备。

他援引俄战略导弹部队司令尼古拉·索洛夫佐夫上将在该部队军委会扩大会议上的发言说:“为了明年和以后几年内为导弹团装备‘白杨’-M型导弹系统,2008年建立了弹药和专用设备的储备。”

索洛夫佐夫上将表示,“2008年继续使用井式和公路机动型‘白杨-M'导弹系统重新装备捷伊科沃导弹师”。
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2008-12-20 18:51 | 只看该作者
又一个“白杨-M”导弹团24日将进入战斗值勤状态
23:10 | 2008-12-19

俄新网RUSNEWS.CN莫斯科12月19日电 俄罗斯战略导弹部队新闻处19日称,装备"白杨-M"机动路基导弹系统的又一个导弹团本月24日将进入战斗值勤状态。
新闻稿称,装备有世界上独一无二的"白杨-M"新型机动路基弹道导弹系统的又一个导弹团将进入战斗值勤状态。
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2008-12-25 15:19 | 只看该作者
俄拟在领土外部署更多Topol-M洲际导弹

作为美国针对捷克、波兰部署导弹防御(MD)基地的对应措施,俄罗斯正考虑在白俄罗斯部署可以搭载核武器的洲际弹道导弹(ICBM)“Topol(白杨)-M导弹”。

俄罗斯国际文传电讯社(Interfax)23日援引俄罗斯国防部一位相关人士的话报道说:“如果美国在俄罗斯国境附近部署战略武器,包括在东欧部署导弹防御基地,我们也可以在白俄罗斯部署移动式Topol-M导弹。”

这是俄罗斯总统德米特里-梅德韦杰夫和白俄罗斯总统亚历山大-卢卡申科22日在莫斯科举行首脑会谈一天后出现的报道。

如果俄罗斯在白俄罗斯部署Topol-M导弹,那么将是俄罗斯自1991年苏联解体后至1996年从前苏联国家撤走所有核导弹后的10多年后重新在俄罗斯境外部署核导弹。特别是,在以前苏联国家为中心成立的独立国家联合体(CIS,简称独联体)中,俄罗斯和白俄罗斯一直推行共同安全政策,因此,任何一个国家受到外部威胁,都可以共同应对并部署导弹。Topol-M导弹的最远射程达9600公里,固定和移动发射皆可。
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2008-12-25 15:50 | 只看该作者
威力最强师——俄军塔季谢沃火箭师探秘

● 任之 / 编译

人民网北京2005年1月27日文章 俄军战略火箭兵塔季谢沃火箭师下辖4个“白杨”-M型导弹团,堪称世界上威力最强的师。不久前,俄罗斯《劳动报》记者探访了这一鲜为人知的军事禁区。

走进“五个五分”导弹团

“乌阿斯”牌汽车车窗外掠过被白雪覆盖的伏尔加河沿岸的田野和森林,我们的目的地是“五个五分”导弹团的指挥所。1998年,俄罗斯首批新型“白杨”-M型战略导弹系统正是在该团纳入战斗值勤。目前,俄军共有4个导弹团装备有“白杨”-M型导弹,这4个团均位于萨拉托夫州境内,其中最后一个“白杨”-M型导弹团是于年前刚刚诞生的。

目前在塔季谢沃火箭师共有12个团,包括120处隐蔽的军事设施,这些导弹发射井散布面积很广,接送战备值勤人员的车辆每周行程长达1.2万公里——等于绕赤道三分之一圈。

汽车拐了一个弯,转入一条白雪皑皑的窄车道,迎入眼帘的是“禁止通行”的牌子。我们在挡路杆前停下。道两旁围墙上的铁丝网也挂上了一层白霜,看上去毛茸茸的。

“五个五分”导弹团的人都相信,正是因为有他们这个团,俄战略火箭兵这一兵种才得以幸存。上个世纪90年代中期,一些军界改革人士曾力主解散战略火箭兵。后来,“白杨”-M——这一21世纪的先进导弹系统加入战备值勤,导弹部队的地位大幅跃升,战略火箭兵这一兵种也得以存留。

三个女人

师里在指挥所营区为第一个“白杨”导弹团盖了新营房,给值勤归来的官兵们提供了良好的休憩之所。营房中设施齐全,健身房、台球室、浴室,一应俱全。值班的是三个女的:炊事员尼娜·伊萨耶娃是导弹团中惟一不跟班、直接从家来上班的人,因为她就住在邻近的大伊万诺夫卡村。伊萨耶娃的月薪为2900卢布(约合90美元),按农村标准来说已经是一笔不菲的收入,比农场的挤奶女工挣得要多得多。

另一位值班员、团医疗所的所长拉丽萨·拉耶夫斯卡娅是个笑容可掬的和善女子,病人和这样的大夫相处,病情一定有所减轻。拉丽萨的丈夫也在火箭师服役,她和火箭兵们一起已经值了12年的班了。

相比较而言,拉丽萨算是幸运的了。许多军官家属在斯维特洛姆村(旧名塔季谢沃村)找不到工作。苏联时期,这里还有4家萨拉托夫企业的分厂,改革之后便悉数倒闭了。所以,现在除了部队营区内,再没有别的地方可以安置工作了。

去年秋天火箭师一下子分配来了160名中尉军官,人员紧张状况得到了缓解。因为空缺位置多,中尉们升迁也相对容易。德米特里·卡尔波夫在塔季谢沃只服役了半年,就晋升为上尉了。他负责所有发射阵地的保卫工作。卡尔波夫夫妇以及一岁半的女儿目前还住在公共宿舍里,期盼着一年后能分上一套自己的房子。近几年来,师里开始大兴土木,建造住房,前不久交付了两幢高层住宅楼。

上尉谢尔盖·扎戈洛金和阿列克谢·索科洛夫是最接近“核按钮”的人。他们的职务是准备和发射组的主任工程师。一旦接到实施核打击的命令,他们将亲自执行。他们的值班模式是:在地下掩体值6个小时班,然后休息12个小时,如此循环往复。月薪为5000卢布,相当于萨拉托夫州的平均工资水平。

踏足作战禁区

作战区和作息区由数个障碍地带隔离开来,除战备值班人员,谁也无权进入作战禁区。这次却格外开恩,对记者们开了“绿灯”。

团指挥所和导弹发射井的电力保障非常充足,这令火箭兵们引以为豪。一般情况下,由输电线送电,一旦输电系统出现故障,自备柴油发电机开始工作,柴油发电机出现故障,还有一套备用电源。这样就保证了在任何情况下,导弹团都可以遂行作战任务。

动力房的值班员是中士马克西姆·吉列夫和上等兵巴维尔·安托纽克,陪伴他们的还有一黑一白两只猫、一只名叫莫西卡的狗。记者请求马克西姆怀抱莫西卡留影纪念,并好奇的询问这些宠物们是如何“闯入”军事禁地。

“别列茨基中校带来了”小伙子回答说。

“猫给人带来快乐,”别列茨基中校丝毫不觉得难为情:“它能缓解人的压力,时间也会过得快些。”

安放导弹系统的地下掩体伪装着一身迷彩色,由卫兵持枪把守。我们从地道口踩着悬梯下到地下。在一间不大的屋子中央放着警卫系统的控制台,台上数十个按钮和灯泡闪闪烁烁。一架旋梯通向洞的上方。

值班军官解释说:“一旦有人攻击掩体,值勤士兵将飞速登梯上到炮塔,用机枪扫射敌人或使用夜视仪观察敌情。”

房子隔板后面是炉灶,对面放着一台冰箱,值班战士们可以自己做一些简单的烹饪。里间是睡觉的小房子,勉勉强强挤下了两张吊床。书架上凌乱地摆着数十本书。在这个狭小封闭的空间里两位值班员要整整度过一周的时间。

我们顺着狭窄的地道又走了数十米,走过一段微斜的台阶,便又回到露天的严寒中了。在雪地中间我们发现了一个大大的圆圈,这是导弹发射井的顶盖,直径大约有3米,上面的积雪已被清扫干净。我走在圆圈的中央,心里不免有些紧张,要知道,我的脚下存放着足以毁灭半个地球的“白杨”核弹。据说,接到指令后只需要30秒便可将导弹发射出去,射程高达万余公里。

洲际弹道导弹的美式插曲

火箭师的师长弗拉基米尔·基里洛夫我终究没有见到——他出差去了。10年前我第一次见他时,他刚才美国深造归来,担任导弹技术基地的负责人。当时正值苏联解体后不久,俄美关系还处于“密月期”,俄罗斯的火箭兵与昔日的死敌头们首度“握手言欢”。

基里洛夫提到这样一个有趣的插曲:在美国的导弹训练中心,东道主让俄罗斯的军官用洲际弹道导弹瞄准一个目标,俄罗斯军官们选择了一个假想敌——赤道……现如今,俄美之间的核均势已被打破,对于处在改革之际的俄罗斯军队来说,战略核力量仍然是其制衡美国、维护其大国地位的“撒手锏”。★
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2009-2-5 23:06 | 只看该作者
Fewer Topol-Ms

It appears that the reason the Rocket Forces did not disclose the exact number of mobile Topol-M missiles deployed in Teykovo in December 2008 was that the number was somewhat smaller than previously planned. At least one report indicates that only 12 mobile Topol-M missiles were operational as of beginning of 2009, not 15 as was expected. At the same time, the number of silo-based Topol-Ms is listed as 50, which means that 2 missiles were quietly deployed at the end of the year. It's not quite clear, though, whether this report could be trusted. We may have to wait till the next START MOU release to find out. Meanwhile, I'll keep the higher number - 65 Topol-M missiles - in the overview of the current status of the forces.

[Rocket Forces] [January 22, 2009]

http://russianforces.org/blog/2009/01/fewer_topol-ms.shtml
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2009-11-19 17:08 | 只看该作者
俄第2个白杨M机动弹道导弹团将进入战斗值班

    新华网莫斯科11月18日电(记者聂云鹏)俄罗斯战略火箭兵司令施瓦琴科18日说,俄战略火箭兵第二个“白杨-M”机动弹道导弹团将于年底前进入战斗值班。
    据俄媒体报道,施瓦琴科当天在莫斯科召开的战略火箭兵军事委员会会议上说,俄战略火箭兵第二个装备机动型“白杨-M”导弹系统的弹道导弹团将于年底前完成换装工作并进入战斗值班,该导弹团隶属俄伊万诺沃州捷伊科沃导弹师。

    俄军首个装备机动型“白杨-M”导弹发射装置的导弹团于2006年12月进入战斗值班。

    施瓦琴科说,俄战略火箭兵第六个装配有井基“白杨-M”导弹系统的弹道导弹团也将于明年进入战斗值班,该导弹团隶属俄萨拉托夫州塔季谢沃导弹师。此外,为保持战略火箭兵的战斗力,俄军计划延长现役的数种洲际弹道导弹的服役期,其中包括RS-18、RS-12M及RS-20V等洲际弹道导弹。

    施瓦琴科说,俄战略火箭兵2009年的主要改革方向是缩减人员编制,俄战略火箭兵即将解散包括两个导弹团在内的多支部队,同时另有十支部队也即将完成改编。到2009年12月1日之前,俄战略火箭兵还将缩减位于莫斯科市和莫斯科州的部队人员编制,优化位于哈萨克斯坦境内“萨雷-沙甘”靶场的组织编制结构,同时将俄国防部第四中央科学研究所的军人转为文职人员。他强调说,“上述措施的实施将保证俄战略火箭兵在12月1日前获得新面貌”。
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2009-11-30 22:41 | 只看该作者
Mystery of maneuverable warhead

According to an article published in Washington Times, sometimes in the middle of July 2001, Russia conducted an unannounced test of a new scramjet-powered missile, which, reportedly was tracked by US radar, as it hit an impact range at Kamchatka Peninsula (apparently Kura range). The newspaper claimed that the missile was launched on top of the SS-25 (Topol) ICBM and after reaching the apogee of its trajectory separated from the booster stage reentered the atmosphere and continued flying toward the target. According to the newspaper, the launch took place in "central Russia," which is probably Plesetsk.

The Washington Times report apparently reached Russia in misinterpreted form, so when asked if Russia had conducted any new ICBM tests, the representative of the Russian Strategic Missile Forces said that no new ICBMs had been tested recently.

In the meantime, in the August 2001, at the MAKS air and space show in Moscow, the Flight Research Institute, LII, based in Zhukovskiy, displayed a full-scale mockup of the winged HFL-VK experimental vehicle designed for test flights at hypersonic speeds. Launched by a Rockot booster, a scramjet-powered unmanned craft would reach a speed of 8-14 Mach (1 Mach is equal to the speed of sound) and fly at the an altitude of up to 100 kilometers -- faster and higher then most experimental vehicles in development around the world at the time. The HFL-VK is 8 meters long, has a wing span of 3.6 meters and a weight of 2,200 kilograms.

After launch from Plesetsk onboard the Rockot, the HFL-VK plane was expected to land with a parachute in the Russian Far East.

The program is partially financed by the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, Rosaviacosmos, however, according to LII representatives, the funds were insufficient for active development. It was unclear, if the program had any connection to the development of the ramjet-powered warhead for the Topol-M.

Three years later, in the course of Security 2004 exercise, Russia conducted multiple launches of ballistic missiles including one of the RT-2PM Topol and UR-100UTTKh missiles, fired on February 18, 2004. In apparent reference to the Topol launch, Colonel-General Yury Baluyevsky, First Deputy Chief of the General Staff, told reporters on February 19 that Russia had tested a highly maneuverable vehicle, potentially capable of penetrating antimissile defenses.

According to independent Russian sources, the Topol was carrying an experimental warhead equipped with its own rocket thrusters and, possibly, with some sort of air-breathing engine. Such a propulsion system reportedly enables the vehicle to conduct multiple entries into the Earth atmosphere (like a stone ricocheting at the surface of water) and/or enables a powered flight in the atmosphere. Maneuverability of the warhead, along with a lower then traditional trajectory, reportedly makes it more difficult for a potential missile-defense system to track and intercept an incoming reentry vehicle.

The Topol was originally designed to carry three warheads, however it was "downgraded" to a single-warhead vehicle to comply with arms-controls treaties. As a result the vehicle obtained extra payload capacity, which allowed the integration of propulsion systems for the new type of warhead. One of the previous tests of the system apparently took place in mid-July 2001.

Other Russian sources claimed that an experimental warhead flew on top of a UR-100NU rocket, while the Topol conducted a routine training/test flight.

On November 17, 2004, an ambiguous statement by Russian President Vladimir Putin about soon to be deployed new Russian missiles with unmatched capabilities made headlines in the West. Although many dismissed the speech as public relations stunt aimed to cover up a sorry state of affairs in the Russian armed forces, some observers linked Putin's statements to the developed of the maneuverable warhead.

http://www.russianspaceweb.com/topolm.html
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2009-11-30 22:45 | 只看该作者
The Topol-M was conceived as a three-stage solid-propellant ICBM with a single nuclear warhead in compliance with US-Russian arms control treaties. (There were reports, that the original design of the Topol-M envisioned three warheads, and the missile still could be theoretically upgraded for multiple warhead, MIRV, capability in case of US-Russian agreements unravel.

First three booster stages of the missile burned solid propellants. In the initial phase of the project, KB Yuzhnoe was developing a 4th stage burning one-component liquid-propellant. It was specifically designed to carry a "package" of unguided warhead along with decoys intended to confuse enemy's missile defenses. In parallel, MIT was developing the 4th stage with solid-propellant designed to carry a single warhead without decoys.

2006 April 22: Russian Strategic Missile Forces, RVSN, tested a new platform for nuclear warheads, which reportedly increases the chances of the weapon to penetrate enemy missile defenses.

The K65M-R booster rocket, commonly known as Cosmos-3M launch vehicle, blasted off from the Kapustin Yar test range in the evening of April 22, 2006 and flew in the direction of the Sary Shagan antimissile test site. The rocket lifted a test version of the upper stage, designed to carry multiple warheads onboard the latest generation of the Russian strategic weapons -- the Topol-M ICBM and the Bulava submarine-based missile.

According to Russian military officials, the new upper stage is capable of maneuvering in flight, carries fake warheads designed to confuse missile defense radar, and is less detectable than its predecessors.

A well-informed Kommersant newspaper, reported that the first test of the upper stage was conducted on November 1, 2005, when the previous-generation Topol missile was launched from the mobile launcher deployed in Kapustin Yar. That launch had also fulfilled the goal of certifying old Topol missiles for the extended service. However, since only a single Topol is available for certification launches each year, the next test of the upper stage was carried onboard the K65M-R booster. Based on the Cosmos-3M space launcher, the vehicle was specifically modified for suborbital missions and as many as 300 were launched toward the Sary Shagan antimissile site.
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syhssj888 发表于 2009-12-3 22:05 | 只看该作者
华盛顿时报Washington Times的Bill Gertz基本上是与平大师相类似的人物。
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2010-1-7 22:53 | 只看该作者
Topol-M deployment in 2010

The Rocket Forces announced the plan to add two regiments to the Topol-M force in 2010 - a regiment of silo-based missiles in Tatishchevo and a regiment of mobile missiles in Teykovo.

A regiment of silo-based missiles includes ten missiles and a mobile regiment includes nine, but it is not clear if complete regiments will be deployed. The Rocket Forces earlier said that the sixth regiment in Tatishchevo will be completed in 2010, so we may see the number of silo-based Topol-M missile reaching 60 by the end of 2010.

With mobile missiles, there is a bit of confusion about Topol-M proper and its MIRVed version, RS-24. The number of mobile (single-warhead) Topol-Ms was supposed to reach 18 by the end of 2009. In addition, three RS-24 missiles were supposed to be deployed in Teykovo as well. However, we haven't heard about any deployments in Teykovo in 2009.

The bottom line is that unless we get a clearer picture of what happened in Teykovo in 2009, it is quite difficult to make a good estimate of the numbers.
[Rocket Forces] [January 6, 2010]

http://russianforces.org/blog/20 ... yment_in_2010.shtml
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2010-1-7 22:54 | 只看该作者
Where is RS-24?

Amid the flurry of Russian end-of-year news (it is a traditionally very busy time, with everybody rushing to finish things by the end of year) one news was conspicuously absent - that of deployment of the RS-24 missile. Earlier this year, the Rocket Forces repeatedly promised that the first RS-24 missiles will be deployed in Teykovo in 2009. However, there was no word of the deployment.

It is quite possible that the missiles were deployed without much fanfare, but this would be quite unusual - RS-24 deployment is a big deal by any measure. Then, there was no word of Topol-M deployment in Teykovo either, although  three missiles were supposed to join the division in 2009.

My guess is that the deployment was delayed for a month or so - this happened before with Topol-M. But finding out what happened may take a while - we don't have START MOU data anymore.
[Rocket Forces] [January 6, 2010]

http://russianforces.org/blog/2010/01/where_is_rs-24.shtml
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2010-1-13 08:36 | 只看该作者
http://www.fas.org/blog/ssp/2010/01/russia2010.php

SS-27 Modernization at Teykovo

One of the interesting developments is Teykovo northeast of Moscow where four missile garrisons are in the process of upgrading from the SS-25 road-mobile intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) to the newer SS-27. One base still has SS-25s while the other three are in various stages of upgrading.

The SS-27 comes in two versions: single-warhead SS-27 Mod 1 (Topol-M) and the multiple-warhead SS-27 Mod 2 (RS-24). The two versions can be deployed in silos or on mobile launchers. All Teykovo missiles are mobile. Fifteen SS-27 Mod 1s have already been deployed, and the Russian military stated repeatedly in 2009 that the first SS-27 Mod 2 (RS-24) would become operational at Teykovo by the end of the year, which we wrote in our overview. That apparently did not happen after all and the system is now expected to become operational sometime in early-2010.

Commercial satellite images taken over the past five years clearly show major construction work at the garrisons. The newest images from late-2009 show that two garrisons appear to be active, one is undergoing major upgrades (see image above), and one was inactive as of September 2009.

Teykovo 1 (56°48′33.11″N, 40°10′15.89″E) appears to be active with the SS-25. Nine launchers (one regiment) are deployed. A satellite photo from September 17, 2009, shows no construction. The base might be converted to SS-27 in the future.

Teykovo 2 (56°55′0.42″N, 40°18′31.39″E) no longer has operational SS-25s with all missile garages missing in a satellite image from September 17, 2009. No construction has begun but the base might be converted to SS-27 in the future.

Teykovo 3 (56°55′56.98″N, 40°32′38.47″E) appears to have almost completed its upgrade. Major construction occurred in 2006-2008 and some remaining construction is visible in a satellite image from September 6, 2009. Nine SS-27s are operational.

Teykovo 4 (56°42′15.10″N, 40°26′25.29″E) appears to be in the process of upgrading to SS-27, with six of eventually nine launchers apparently operational. Deployment of the first three SS-27 Mod 2 (RS-24) was scheduled for late-2009 but appears to have been delayed to later this year.

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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2010-1-20 13:06 | 只看该作者
It looks like the deployment of RS-24 is delayed for more than a month or two. The Vedomosti newspaper quotes a source in the Ministry of Defense as saying that the deployment will begin in 2011, after one or two additional flight tests. The source also said that the missile will carry three warheads, which apparently confirms my old estimate - MIRVed Topol-M could carry three warheads with yield of about 400 kt each.
[Rocket Forces] [January 19, 2010]

http://russianforces.org/blog/2010/01/no_rs-24_until_2011.shtml
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2010-3-3 00:16 | 只看该作者
Second Topol-M regiment in Teykovo

According to a report that quotes a Rocket Forces representative, deployment of the second Topol-M regiment at Teykovo was completed in 2009 after all, bringing the number of deployed Topol-M missiles to 18. This was planned for some time (there was an announcement in April 2009 and then in September 2009), but there was no report of the actual deployment in December 2009.

Since the deployment appears to have been completed in 2009, the Rocket Forces plan to deploy two Topol-M regiments by the end of 2010 - one mobile in Teykovo and one silo-based in Tatishchevo - would bring the number of mobile missiles to 27 and silo-based - to 60. This would add 19 or 20 missiles to the force - a fairly ambitious plan given that the rate of deployment so far has been on the level of 6-7 missiles a year. At the same time, 14 new Topol-M missiles were deployed in 2009, so 20 is not out of question.

The last three Topol missiles in Teykovo were apparently withdrawn from service.
[Rocket Forces] [March 1, 2010]

http://russianforces.org/blog/20 ... giment_in_tey.shtml
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2010-7-4 16:21 | 只看该作者
Do we have a confirmation of RS-24 deployment?

Without a formal START treaty data exchange it is very difficult to keep accurate track of the developments in the strategic forces. For example, it is still not clear if the Rocket Forces actually deployed the MIRVed version of Topol-M missile, known as RS-24. Today, a Global Security Network report quoted ITAR-TASS as reporting that the RS-24 missile has entered combat duty.

However, there are reasons to be skeptical about this report. Something similar surfaced in April 2010 - in both cases the information was coming from the industry (i.e. from the Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology), not from the Rocket Forces (the military seem to be more cautious about projections). Not that it rules out the possibility that the missiles have been deployed, but it makes the information a bit suspect. At least I am not ready to update the numbers yet.
[Rocket Forces] [July 1, 2010]

http://russianforces.org/blog/20 ... irmation_of_r.shtml
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纸飞机 发表于 2010-7-5 11:12 | 只看该作者
请教一下K版,苏联以前有装备过400kt的弹头吗?
我印象中似乎是没有,最接近的可能是SS-24的350KT弹头
那这个RS-24的弹头是否是SS-24弹头的改进型?还是直接用淘汰下来的SS-24的弹头改装的?
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songliang 发表于 2010-7-6 09:42 | 只看该作者
如果RS-24只是把白杨M的第三级整流罩加大,而投掷重量不变的话,那么分离器和诱饵占一半(600千克),三个弹头占600千克,这样一个40万吨级当量弹头重200千克,毛子的小型化水平高啊!
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 楼主| kktt 发表于 2010-7-6 16:04 | 只看该作者
回复 18# 纸飞机

根据Kataev的档案,SS-24的弹头当量就是400 kt
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