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[战略战术导弹] 俄罗斯空天防御导弹武器系统研发专题

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lxf11711 发表于 2011-10-18 16:41 | 显示全部楼层
JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-18 16:06
不是Belaz, 那个是白俄罗斯的矿业车辆。

对,俺记错了,BAZ的很多项目就是要替代白毛子的明拖,自己弄一个独立的体系,毛子的一些其他军事工业也在做这些事(就像土星取代曙光),10X10的全驱就是这个,其它平台要等公开的那一天了
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-18 18:37 | 显示全部楼层
lxf11711 发表于 2011-10-18 16:41
对,俺记错了,BAZ的很多项目就是要替代白毛子的明拖,自己弄一个独立的体系,毛子的一些其他军事工业也在 ...

其他平台大部分已经在路上炮了一段时间了。
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-18 18:41 | 显示全部楼层
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这个BAZ的平台早就在路上炮了。

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lxf11711 发表于 2011-10-18 19:07 | 显示全部楼层
JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-18 18:41
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这个BAZ的平台早就在路上炮了。

传动和发动机都要改吧。。。发动机谁造的?
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-18 19:43 | 显示全部楼层
lxf11711 发表于 2011-10-18 19:07
传动和发动机都要改吧。。。发动机谁造的?

改个X, 不用改。  YMZ的发动机
lxf11711 发表于 2011-10-18 19:51 | 显示全部楼层
JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-18 19:43
改个X, 不用改。  YMZ的发动机

YMZ不错嘛,虎-M的发动机也是他的作品,工厂在哪里的。。。
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-19 13:04 | 显示全部楼层
JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-18 15:26
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对图中的雷达予以说明:

左边的这个是X波段的AESA/PESA。

中间这个是L波段的。

右边的这个是VHF波段

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 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-10-21 21:13 | 显示全部楼层
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Almaz-Antey 2010 Annual Report


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The Almaz-Antey Air Defense Concern, a leading Russian maker of air defense weaponry, and its Main System Design Bureau (GSKB Almaz-Antey)1, have published their separate annual reports for 2010. The formation of GSKB was completed in 2010; it is now the leading Russian group of designers of air defense and non-strategic missile defense systems.

Almaz-Antey Air Defense Concern Annual Report

Development strategy

According to the concern’s annual report, in 2010 Almaz-Antey finalized its “Development concept of the air defense concern for the 2015 and 2020 time frame”. Plans for the period of 2011-2015 are as follows:

* Complete the development of fifth-generation air defense and missile defense systems, put in place the technological and manufacturing capability for their mass production;
* Continue the program of setting up research and production groups focusing on their individual product areas to optimize the management structure;
* Reduce costs by means of greater standardization of products and economies of scale During the 2016-2020 period the Almaz-Antey concern plans to launch mass production of advanced new air force and air defense systems, as well as components of a united air traffic control system.

To that end the concern is pursuing two key investment projects. The main project is to build two new plants, one in Nizhny Novgorod, the other in Kirov. They will mass-produce fourth and fifth-generation air defense and missile defense systems. The project was announced several years ago; Vneshekonombank was supposed to provide the bulk of the financing, but the world financial crisis delayed those plans. The federal government has now allocated 4.47bn roubles (150m dollars) to finance the project in return for an additional shares emission by Almaz-Antey – though as of August 2011, the emission has yet to materialize.

According to the annual report, in 2010 the concern spent 314.5m roubles on design and survey work related to the construction of the two new plants. Another 481.5m roubles is to be spent in 2011. More than 3bn roubles is to be allocated in 2011 on preparing the two construction sites (1.85bn in Nizhny Novgorod and 1.23bn in Kirov). Both plants are scheduled for completion in 2015.

The other major investment project is to create the Northwestern Regional Center at the existing Obukhov plant. Almaz-Antey also plans to create an industrial technopark in St Petersburg, hosting five of the concern’s subsidiaries: OAO GOZ Obukhov Plant, OAO Radioelectronic Equipment Plant, OAO KB Special-purpose Machine-building Design Bureau; OAO Radioelectronic Equipment Research Institute, and OAO Russian Institute of Radio Navigation and Time. The project will be financed by the five subsidiaries themselves and by investor capital, including a 5bn rouble loan issued to Obukhov Plant by VTB bank in 2010. According to the Almaz-Antey annual report, work on this project began in 2010.

Also in 2010 the company financed the project to create an assembly center at VMP Aviatek plant in Kirov. In 2013 Almaz-Antey expects to launch there a facility that will mount warheads on all the air defense and cruise missiles it makes. According to the annual report, the project is being financed by VMP Aviatek itself.

Cooperation with the Bryansk Wheeled Chassis Plant

In 2010 Almaz-Antey, in cooperation with ZAO Bryansk Auto Plant and OOO AVERA, set up the Bryansk Wheeled Chassis Plant – Almaz Antey (BZKT) venture, in which it owns a 25-per cent stake. The move pursued the following objectives:

* Produce all the key components of air defense systems in-house
* Set up a lead company producing chassis for air defense systems and providing after-sale service and technical support
* Reduce R&D costs and build up the concern’s intellectual property portfolio
* Enable independent decision-making when choosing and improving the chassis component of new and upgraded air defense systems

First results of cooperation between Almaz-Antey and the Bryansk plant were demonstrated in June 2011, when various chassis and trucks were showcased at a special event at the Bronnitsy range of the Russian MoD’s former 21st Automobile Research and Development Institute. The occasion was used for the first live demonstration of the 5P90S self-propelled launcher of the S-400 Triumf (SA-21) SAM system. The launcher uses the BAZ-6909-022 chassis made in Bryansk. The company also showcased various future air defense missile systems and radars using BZKT-designed chassis.

Main projects for MoD customers

1. In 2010 Almaz-Antey completed the designs of a fifth-generation SAM system. The annual report is probably referring to the S-500 system, which, according to then GSKB director-general Igor Ashurbeili (who left the company in early 2011) is designated as Triumfator-M. Media reports claim that the S-500 is expected to be ready by 2015. It will be effective against all types of air targets, including those in near space. Taking into account that GSKB Almaz-Antey uses the Triumfator designation for the S-400 SAM system, it appears that the S-500 Triumfator-M will be an incremental upgrade of the S-400. That was indirectly corroborated by Vladimir Popovkin in an interview he gave back when he was the first deputy defense minister (he was appointed head of the Russian space agency Roskosmos in the spring of 2011). Popovkin said that “in that system [the S-500] the key new element is the missile interceptor, because it will retain 90 per cent of the components used in the S-400, including various equipment, the command and control station, etc. I believe that those S-400 components will remain competitive for another 25 or 30 years. But we do need a new, more ‘energetic’ missile, capable of taking on not only tactical and strategic missiles but even warheads travelling at up to 7 km per second.” Another piece of information, revealed by Igor Ashurbeili, is that the S-500 will use an advanced new X-band active phased array radar.

One of the posters at the already mentioned demonstration event at Bronnitsy showed the launcher of the S-500 system, based on a BZKT chassis (the sign on the poster read “77P6 launcher of the Triumfator-M SAM system”). Judging from that poster, one of the surface-to-air missiles to be used in the S-500 could be a new missile designed by OKB Novator (part of the Almaz-Antey concern) based on an existing family of missiles for the S-300V (SA-12) and Antey-2500 (SA-23) SAM systems.

In August 2010 former GSKB chief Ashurbeili once again commented on the situation with the new air defense and missile defense system. He said that “the [S-500] system will be fairly heavy; based on the need to ensure its own security, to reduce its visibility from space, it will be transportable but not fully mobile… The preliminary designs have already been completed, the system is now at the detailed engineering design stage”. Ashurbeili also revealed information about the future successor of the S-500: “The next air defense weapons that will replace the S-500 will be airborne rather than ground-based. They are already being developed and tested... It will be an aircraft that will monitor the airspace and not only track targets, but actually disable them.”

2. The annual report says that company’s Izdelie 40N6 has begun its state trials program as part of Izdelie 40R6, scheduled for completion in 2011. The document refers to the 40N6 long-range surface-to-air missile used in the S-400 SAM system. Once the new missile enters service the S-400 will be capable of destroying air targets up to 400km away. This is what Ashurbeili had to say about the work on the 40N6 missile back when he led GSKB: “trials [of the S-400] with this [long-range] missile took about three years, with launches against 15 or so targets. Now that work is complete; preliminary trials were completed on December 26, 2009. The missile has now been submitted for state trials. In Q3 2010 we should complete the state trials program with combat launches and begin mass production in Q4”.

3. Almaz-Antey has drawn up the designs for a command and control station (CCS) and a multifunction radar station (MRS) for a medium-range SAM system. It has assembled a prototype CCS unit and completed its internal trials. The annual report apparently refers to the future Vityaz-PVO SAM system, which GSKB began to develop back in the 1990s, when it was still called NPO Almaz. In an interview last year Ashurbeili gave first details about the state of the Vityaz-PVO program, the successor of the S-300PS (SA-10) SAM system.

This medium-range system will use 9M96 missiles. It is being developed using the experience Almaz-Antey gained as part of a project to design an MRS for South Korea’s KM-SAM air defense system. A poster seen at the Bronnitsy demonstration in June 2001, entitled “Use of the BAZ-69092-012 chassis in air defense systems”, showed the 50K6 command and control station and the 50N6A MRS used in the Vityaz-PVO SAM system. Vityaz-PVO is expected to enter service in 2013-2014. Former GSKB chief Ashurbeili said in August 2011 that the only possible reason for a delay is insufficient financing of the trials program for the new missile used in that SAM system.

Almaz-Antey also said in the annual report that in 2010 it completed bench tests of a new naval shipborne short-range SAM system. The company continued trials of various components for the Poliment-Redut naval SAM system; it conducted ground trials of Izdelie 9M96 missiles and assembled Izdelie 9M96D and 9M100 missiles .

The Almaz-Antey concern and its subsidiaries signed 162 contracts with the Russian MoD in 2010. The company has not disclosed the value of those contracts. It did say, however, that its contracts portfolio was up 103.1 per cent compared to 2008 and up 20 per cent from 2009. Most of the MoD contracts were for the delivery of new hardware; their share was 83.6 per cent, up from 75.2 per cent in 2009. The rest of the contracts were for repair and upgrade of existing weaponry. In 2010 the concern delivered 498 units of military hardware (49 different products in total) to Russian government customers, and completed deep refurbishment of 19 units (5 products). The names of the products have not been disclosed.


GSKB Almaz-Antey annual report

The biggest event for GSKB was the completion in December 2010 of its reorganization, which included the incorporation into its structure of the design bureaus belonging to Almaz-Antey concern, including MNIIPA, NIIRP, NIEMI and MNIIRE Altair. As a result, the Almaz-Antey concern’s share in the GSKB authorized capital increased from 61.8 to 82.5 per cent. Also, in February 2011 the company replaced Igor Ashurbeili, who had served as GSKB director-general since 2000. Ashurbeili had often made outspoken comments in the media, criticizing the Almaz-Antey concern itself and the Rosoboronexport corporation. His departure has been the most notable event for the concern this year. The new GSKB chief is Vitaliy Neskorodov, who had previously served as Ashurbeili’s first deputy.

Main projects for the Russian MoD

1. The annual report says that GSKB is developing an all-purpose long-range SAM system capable of intercepting ballistic targets at high altitude. The system is based on solutions developed for the Triumf SAM system (R&D Project 55R6M). The document apparently refers to the S-500 Triumfator-M SAM system.
2. GSKB is working to improve the S-400 Triumf SAM system. This is apparently in reference to the completion of trials of the 40N6 long-range surface-to-air missile.
3. GSKB is developing a medium-range SAM system for use across the armed forces, based on solutions developed for the Triumf, Poliment-Redut and Buk-3M air defense systems. This is the first appearance of information about the project in a GSKB annual report.
4. GSKB is developing a system of countermeasures against high-precision weapons to be used across the armed forces (R&D Project 42S6). The annual report is referring to the Morfei extra-short range SAM system, which was mentioned by Ashurbeili in an interview. There is next to no official information about that system. According to Internet sources,Morfei consists of a command and control station and a mobile combat unit with a multifunction radar mounted on a BZKT chassis. A view from the side of the future SAM system’s mobile combat unit was shown on the posters designated as 70N6 at the demonstration event in Bronnitsy in June 2011. It can be speculated that the new system will be armed with compact new-generation SAM missiles (probably 9M338K22), with a strike range of up to 5km (up to 10 km according to some sources).

The GSKB annual report says that as part of R&D Project 42S6, in 2010 the company developed a set of engineering designs for a multifunction radar station, manufactured some components of MRS units and command and control stations, assembled a prototype MRS unit, a mobile combat unit chassis and transmitter-receiver modules.

5. GSKB is developing an airborne laser system of countermeasures against space-based missile defense elements. The annual report is apparently referring to the Sokol-Eshelon airborne system; its components include the A-60 aircraft, a special version of the Il-76 developed by the TANTK Beriev design bureau. In May 2011 that aircraft (the second prototype, designated as 1A2) was demonstrated to the general public at the TANTK Beriev airfield.The Sokol-Eshelon project was first mentioned in an Almaz-Antey annual report in 2005. It appears that the main purpose of the A-60 is to disable optical-electronic systems of satellites (especially early warning satellites) of the future American missile defense system.GSKB’s projects in 2010 also included the development of a future automated air traffic and air defense control system, as well as R&D projects 50R6A (Vityaz-PVO SAM system) and 97L6 (future long-range radar).

On the manufacturing side of its business, in 2010 GSKB delivered to the Russian MoD two 55K6M control stations for the S-400 SAM system and two units of Product 92N6A (multifunction radar station for the S-40025).


Activity on the foreign markets

As part of international cooperation programs GSKB has been negotiating possible contracts for the S-400 SAM system with Saudi Arabia and conducted technical consultations regarding the S-400 with China. GSKB also developed proposals for China regarding the upgrade of previously supplied S-300PMU1 (SA-20A) SAM systems and the 83M6E command and control systems to the Favorite (SA-20B) SAM system specifications. It also developed technical proposals for Algeria regarding the integration of the 54K6E2 control station (S-300PMU2 Favorit) with radar protection measures. As part of the KMSAM R&D project (development and delivery of a multifunction radar for the KM-SAM system) GSKB delivered two multifunction radar stations to South Korea.
myskyfoot 发表于 2011-10-22 12:57 | 显示全部楼层
1800公里。。
StarDreadnought 发表于 2011-10-26 21:53 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 StarDreadnought 于 2011-10-26 22:01 编辑

翻译是机翻吧……
有些东西很让人吃惊啊,而且还不是往好的方向……第一,没有提到过S300PMU,好像俄国从来没采购过一样……
第二,SA-12,SA-11/17,SA-15这些系统没有提到过要进行后续改进……难道离开加盟国就造不出来了?当年庞大的陆军防空兵系统今天算死的不明不白了啊……顶着空袭猪涂的红色铁流只能存在在胶片里了吗?
第三,铠甲这个坑爹货还在用……好吧指令制导不是不行,不过麻烦能不能不要那么蛋疼的把火箭助推器丢了完全无动力啊……要是新的超近程弹那么有效,那么请把那两30mm换掉吧……哪怕土鳖都开始山寨RAM了……

结论:俄国的防空似乎被昔日国土防空军系统给接管了?陆军的伴随防空处在爹不疼娘不爱的状态?

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请问能不能开个俄国军事改革的专贴?  发表于 2011-10-27 20:16
看来,对俄军事改革没关注啊。  发表于 2011-10-26 23:45
haojiang77 发表于 2011-10-27 19:25 | 显示全部楼层
StarDreadnought 发表于 2011-10-26 21:53
翻译是机翻吧……
有些东西很让人吃惊啊,而且还不是往好的方向……第一,没有提到过S300PMU,好像俄国从来 ...

SA-12,SA-11/17,SA-15这些系统没有提到过要进行后续改进……难道离开加盟国就造不出来了?-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------请列出这些系统那些配件离开了加盟共和国就造不出了?或者列出相关加盟共和国的配件商名录,谢谢。

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我说难道就是说我自己都不敢信啊,俄国没那么废啊  发表于 2011-10-29 20:52
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-11-17 23:09 | 显示全部楼层
http://ria.ru/defense_safety/20111117/490998226.html

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为生产S-500而正在建造的两座厂房, 2年后竣工。
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-11-18 08:34 | 显示全部楼层
http://en.rian.ru/world/20111118/168801283.html

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俄罗斯和阿塞拜疆就租用阿境内的战略预警雷达至2025年接近达成协议。

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 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-11-23 22:50 | 显示全部楼层
http://www.rusnews.cn/eguoxinwen ... 11123/43224313.html

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俄新网RUSNEWS.CN戈尔基11月23日电 俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫宣布了为回应美国在欧洲部署反导系统将采取的措施,包括加强俄罗斯战略核力量设施的防护,为战略弹道导弹装备可突破反导系统的前景武器系统以及新的高效弹头。

梅德韦杰夫说:“我做出以下决定,我责成国防部立即将加里宁格勒的无线电雷达导弹预警站转入战斗组成部分。”

他还说,在建立航空航天防御系统框架内,首先加强战略核力量设施的防护。
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-12-3 01:58 | 显示全部楼层
http://en.rian.ru/analysis/20111202/169255117.html

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Russia deploys airspace umbrella

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Russia has organized an aerospace defense branch. The new service branch consolidates units, troops and systems that once worked separately to keep the skies above the country clear.
The Aerospace Defense (ASD) system was organized at the direction of the Russian president and officially commenced on December 1.

"The first duty relief to be activated has taken responsibility for the missile attack warning system, anti-missile defense, air defense, space surveillance and satellite launch systems," ASD spokesman Colonel Alexei Zolotukhin said on Thursday.
All the way from ground to space

ASD is based on the space troops organization and consolidates the following sections:
- A missile attack warning system;
- A space surveillance system;
- A military space launch infrastructure:
- Air defense missile troops of the Air Force;

- The aerospace defense unified strategic command (earlier based on the Moscow missile defense system)

The branch is subdivided into three sections: the space command, the air and anti-missile defense command, and the Plesetsk military space center.

In this way, all available information on a possible aerospace attack and the control for engaging both ballistic and aerodynamic (aircraft and cruise missile) targets will be concentrated in one command system.

ASD troops now control all air defense radar stations, early warning radar systems and orbital intelligence systems (both ground- and satellite-based). Other facilities include S-300 aerospace defense brigades and Moscow's anti-missile defense system equipped with silo-launched interceptors of intercontinental warheads.

Hodgepodge inheritance

The Aerospace Defense branch is another attempt to do something with the Soviet legacy in such interlinked areas as anti-missile defense, the country's air defense, missile attack early warning systems, space surveillance, and military space infrastructure.
In fact, all these systems were established simultaneously and partly complemented one another. Many facilities to defend the Soviet Union from space were "unique and unmatched by anything else": the response measures were designed with special technology and principles of combat application.

Now the operational philosophy of the armed forces has changed. One can criticize specific points but the general trend is simple: Russia is trying to live within its means by integrating its forces and using "all-purpose platforms."

It has been specifically noted that existing systems still capable of being upgraded (A-135 anti-missile system of the Moscow industrial area) should be interfaced with new weapons and information systems to be aligned with the aerospace defense system in the coming years.

The question is how it will all be integrated in practice. It has often been argued, when testing automatic battle management facilities, that some or all systems should be integrated. Integration programs so far have entailed providing two monitor screens for one operator and thus displaying the combat situations from two different systems, not an automatic exchange of data between them.

The A-135 system is classified, but what is known about its predecessor - (A-35M) - makes one pause: developers of future synchronized mobile aerospace defense systems are facing challenging problems.

Real and contemplated weapons

Under the weapons procurement program until 2020, 56 battalions in the armed forces are to be equipped with S-400 air defense systems (four battalions have already received the equipment, another two to four will receive it by early 2012) and ten battalions will received S-500 systems (the program is in the first phase of its development).

The last system, it seems, will bear the main burden of anti-missile duties. According to military experts, the system will include a missile for the exo-atmospheric interception of ballistic targets. The S-500 system, according to plans, will be deployed after 2015.

By 2015, incidentally, the Mints Radio Engineering Institute (which has developed most of our early warning radar) promises to roll out a fully prefabricated radar unit called the Mars. It is a mobile version of the Voronezh radar system now being adopted in Russia's missile attack early warning system. It is reasonable to assume that the two systems (the S-500 and the Mars) are being developed in tandem as a weapon and information means of anti-missile defense.

The tortuous progress in heavy systems development has already brought Russia's air defense to a peculiar state. Unable to select a unified platform for the country's, army and navy air defense systems in the 1970s, the ministry purchased all three and demanded "maximum unification" (which was achieved only nominally because of the different approaches to designs).

As a result, the army and air defenses are now facing a decision between two design-different but purpose-similar anti-aircraft systems. One is the S-400, which has succeeded the "anti-aircraft" S-300P, taught to intercept tactical ballistic missiles. And the other is the S-300VM/BMD Antei-2500, a derivative of the army's S-300V missile hunter, which has been successful in hitting aerodynamic targets. The logic is forcing these two systems, for all their distinctions, to look increasingly alike.

Current plans, in this class, provide for only S-400s and Vityaz systems - the next generation of medium-range surface-to-air systems, which must supersede the earlier S-300Ps. No confirmed plans for the army's heavy AD systems have been announced, with just a few hints that available S-300Vs will be upgraded to S-300V4s.

This shows that, on the one hand, Russia's aerospace defense is only beginning to integrate its weapons systems. On the other, the overall amount set aside for rearmament (about 20 trillion rubles for the next ten years), as seen against the background of continued difficulties in the industry, often compels the military to make simple decisions: what to take and what to discard.

For the moment it is hard to say how much the Antei anti-ballistic technology will be needed for the development of the S-500. But, judging from decisions made public, the focus on the Antei-Almaz approach as a single platform in aerospace defenses is becoming increasingly obvious.
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-12-8 01:06 | 显示全部楼层
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http://www.rusnews.cn/eguoxinwen ... 11207/43244168.html

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俄S-400地空导弹系统团演习结束将进入执勤状态

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俄新网RUSNEWS.CN圣彼得堡12月7日电 俄罗斯S-400地空导弹系统团在阿斯特拉罕州战术演习结束后,将在加里宁格州进入战斗执勤状态。这一消息是俄罗斯西部军区新闻处7日对记者透露的。

目前装备了新式S-400地空导弹系统的西部军区的防空营正在卡普斯京亚尔基地进行实弹战术演习。

俄罗斯军队目前已经有两个装备S-400地空导弹系统团,它们分别部署在莫斯科州(埃列克特罗斯塔利及德米特罗夫)。

今年9月S-400防空导弹系统在独联体“战斗友谊-2011”演习中被首次动用。
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-12-13 17:01 | 显示全部楼层
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lxf11711 发表于 2011-12-13 18:29 | 显示全部楼层
JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-12-13 17:01
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貌似和您以前发的测试版的图有较大的变化,武器设计过程中不断修改完善并量产的客观规律啊,而且不是什么出口型,就是标准的俄军涂装

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所谓分批次持续改进。  发表于 2011-12-13 19:26
 楼主| JSTCVW09CD 发表于 2011-12-17 00:10 | 显示全部楼层
http://www.almaz-antey.ru/about/press/production/856.html

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整理一下,供参考。

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December 6,2011
Concern PVO "Almaz-Antei" is going to create a prototype of the new S-500

Development of new anti-aircraft missile system S-500 is in strict accordance with the State Armaments Program, "Interfax-AVN," which opened Tuesday at the Malaysia International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition "LIMA 2011" spokesman Concern PVO "Almaz- Antaeus "Yury Baikov.

"Concern PVO" Almaz-Antei "certainly meet its obligations to the Ministry of Defence under the state arms program in 2020 (LG-2020) to supply anti-aircraft missile system, the new generation C-500" - said Yu Baikov.

According to him, now the concern is developing a working design documentation for the system S-500 and its components for the manufacture of prototypes.

"Dates of testing a new system and its components are determined by contractual obligations to the Ministry of Defense. Given the technological cycle of the completion of testing and production supplies can be provided through a couple of years after the state testing," - said Yu Baikov.

Commander of the Operational Strategic Command Air and Space Defense Lt. Gen. Valery Ivanov, told reporters earlier that long-term anti-aircraft missile system S-500, which creates concern PVO "Almaz-Antei", will arrive in the Russian army in 2015. "By 2015 we get new radio facilities, new fighters and new S-500. This is the fifth-generation technology, which will cover Moscow", - said Ivanov.

It was reported earlier that under the state armaments program through 2020 is planned to purchase about 10 divisions of the latest anti-aircraft missile systems S-500. They will form the basis of Air and Space Defense, which was created in Russia.

The anti-aircraft missile system S-500 is a system of long-range and high-altitude interception with an increased potential for missile defense.

According to the Defense Ministry, the basic requirements for S-500 - Implementation of the increased opportunities to engage ballistic targets (medium range ballistic missiles, tactical and operational-tactical ballistic missile) with a height to intercept 200 km and flight speed of 7 km / sec, and the possibility of destroying warheads hypersonic cruise missiles.


yuhouwucaihong 发表于 2011-12-18 13:54 | 显示全部楼层
lxf11711 发表于 2011-10-18 11:50
9M96测试的是300KM的E3型吧。。。勇士专用弹

弹径不变的话这个射程有点变态了
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