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Russian Air Force: News, Updates & Discussion

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  1. Gessler

    Gessler Lt. Colonel Technical Analyst

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    I wonder what it will look like. I hope it will be derived from PAK-FA or MiG- 1.44 platforms optimized
    for high-altitude high-speed ops.
     
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    Its a great design, but ..................... You Know !!!
     
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  4. MiG-23MLD

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    New design i think but that is my opinion.



    PAK-FA (T-50) successfully completed the first stage of tests (1 TV Channel) .The Russian Army is through with the first stage of testing of a multipurpose fifth generation T-50 fighter jet. T-50 has been through years of research and hundreds of flights. Many of the plane’s performance characteristics are still a secret. According to the designers, what is not a secret is the fact that T-50 is better in terms of basic parameters than its foreign-made equivalents.

    When one sees a T-50 in the air, the first idea that occurs to one is that planes just cannot fly like this, but if the plane is manned by a seasoned pilot, it will perform no end of stunts.

    Modern-day combat planes will never again be what they used to be. Now it is a jet-fighter, an attack plane and a bomber all in one; a plane that can accomplish any mission. T-50 is a fifth generation plane, which means it is invisible to enemy radars; it means it’s the fastest plane, with the maximum speed exceeding 2,500 kilometres per hour; it means the plane is equipped with artificial intelligence (that is the aircraft thinks over and performs missions that the pilot was to take care of earlier).

    According to a test pilot, Hero of Russia Sergei Bogdan, the pilot may abandon all of his controls on barely taking off, without even activating the auto-flight mode; the aircraft will never dive, but will maintain its horizontal flight. The plane may even start falling tail first, in which case it will by all means warn the pilot of the situation.

    If something happens to the pilot during the flying mission, the jet fighter will be able to return to the base and even land there on its own. It is actually quite true that the T-50 offers its pilots many things on a silver platter. One such thing is an automatic target recognizer.

    The jet fighter’s cover is suggestive of a living organism; it reacts to whatever happens around due to special transmitting-receiving elements that are virtually sewn into the jet-fighter’s body. This is also known as a smart cover.

    Prior to T-50, it was the US F-22 Raptor, which was seen as the world’s smartest fifth generation jet fighter. But the Russian fighter plane is ahead of its US equivalent in several ways, namely T-50 is faster than F-22 Raptor by 500 kilometres per hour, it is lighter but can flight to greater distances. But the most important about T-50 is its equipment, which is hidden inside the aircraft. The PAK FA (another way of referring to T-50, meaning literally a ‘Prospective Airborne Complex of Frontline Aviation’, made more than 500 flights in the years of secret testing. The designers have agreed that the flights have been normal.

    The first deputy of the Chief Designer of the SUKHOI Designing Office, Mikhail Strelets, says the designers had understandably sought to attain a certain performance level, and he believes they have attained at the first stage what objectives were planned to be attained for that stage. Some flight characteristics are even better than expected, like a very good sustained supersonic cruise and super-manoeuvrability.

    The achievements are largely due to the aircraft design, namely a small fin and no angles between surfaces. The arms will be stuffed into the interior, since the air reaction during manoeuvring is lower, and it is more difficult to spot the aircraft because of its special cover.

    “We can now counter any threats, posed by our potential enemies. Our airborne complex will prove in no way inferior to the fifth-generation complexes built in the United States, conversely, it will prove superior to them. This makes us feel confident of the futureâ€, said the President of the Sukhoi Aviation Military Industrial Combine, Mikhail Pogosyan.

    Before pilots actually get at the control-wheel rim of the T-50, they are through a course of training at a special simulation centre. Even the catapult system is a whole new story, taking account of the weight of a pilot, flight speed etc, to ensure that the pilot will leave the plane safely.

    Four T-50 jet fighters are already through with their test programme. Another one will be added to them by the end of the year. Batch manufacturing of T-50s is due to begin by 2015.

    Voice of Russia, TV Channel One
    Read more: Russia?s fifth generation T-50 fighter jet through important testing stage : The Voice of Russia: News, Breaking news, Politics, Economics, Business, Russia, International current events, Expert opinion, podcasts, Video
     
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    Moscow, June 6. Training flights of the Su-35S take place these days at the Zhukovsky airfield at the M.M.Gromov Flight Research Institute in preparation for participation in the le Bourget-2013 International Air Show. The Honored test pilot of the Russian Federation, the Hero of Russia Sergey Bogdan works on two sets of aerobatics - for normal and complex weather conditions. Participants and visitors of the largest exhibition of the world aircraft industry achievements will be able to watch such a complex and spectacular flight figures as spatial barrels, somersaults, a flat spin, and, of course, the famous "Pugachev's Cobra".

    Next week, upon completion of test flights, the aircraft will fly to France to continue getting ready for the flight program of the air show.

    The newest multirole Su-35S fighter will be presented for the first time in a foreign air show. Its premiere flight program was held at the MAKS-2009 air show in Russia.

    Su-35S is a deeply modernized super-maneuverable multirole fighter of the "4 + +" generation. The applied technologies of the 5th generation provide for the superiority of Su-35S aircraft over similar class fighters. The aircraft has a much better flight characteristics compared with standing analog fighters and more perfect on-board avionics. Aircraft characteristics exceed all European tactical fighters of the 4th and "4 +" generation like Rafale and Eurofighter 2000, as well as upgraded American fighters such as F-15, F-16 and F-18. Su-35S can also successfully counter the 5th generation fighters - F-35 and F-22A. This aircraft, in particular, is the fastest (2,400 km/h at an altitude of 11 km) fighter, it has a higher thrust, it also has an almost two-fold benefit to the modern French (Rafale) and Swedish (Gripen) fighters in the flight range (without suspension tanks - 3600 km). The Gripen NG aircraft, for example, has only one engine, so it has a smaller combat survivability and reliability. The American F/A-18 fighter is inferior to the Russian Su-35S in the flight altitude.

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    MOSCOW --- Russian Helicopters, a subsidiary of Oboronprom, part of State Corporation Rostec and a leading global designer and manufacturer of helicopters, will bring an exciting line up of commercial and military helicopters to the 50th Paris Air Show – Le Bourget 2013, including the latest Ka-62 and Mi-171A2 for the commercial market.

    In collaboration with Rosoboronexport, the Company plans the first international demonstration of the latest Ka-52 Alligator reconnaissance and attack helicopter at the show, which runs from June 17-23. The Russian Helicopters display can be found in hall 2a at Stand C198.

    Russian-built helicopters operate in a hundred countries around the world and are known for their reliability and safety. At Le Bourget, Russian Helicopters will showcase well-known models alongside the latest developments that the Company is readying for serial production to expand its model line-up in the near future. The Russian Helicopters stand will feature a full-size model of the new multirole Ka-62. The first flight model will make its debut at this summer’s MAKS show in Moscow.

    The Ka-62 is a unique example of Russian Helicopters working in collaboration with global partners, which are currently working on components and parts for the new helicopter. The Ka-62 is fitted with two of Turbomeca’s latest Ardiden 3G engines, while the gearbox and transmission are supplied by Austria’s Zoerkler. Certification of the Ka-62 is planned for completion by the end of 2014, and the helicopter is scheduled for commercial launch in 2015. The first orders have been placed by Brazilian company Atlas Táxi Aéreo.

    The medium Mi-8/17 series is the world’s most popular helicopter, widely operated around the world with a justified reputation for reliability and ease of use. The new updated Mi-171A2 combines the best qualities of its predecessors with the latest technologies, introduced based on these helicopters’ operational experience across various regions and in different climactic conditions. Completion of work on the Mi-171A2 and certification are expected in 2014, with serial production scheduled to launch in 2015.

    European operators and their colleagues around the world have had the opportunity to appreciate the advantages of another of the Company’s calling cards – the multirole coaxial Ka-32A11BC. The Ka-32A11BC is built to FAR29 and AP 29 standards and holds type certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The Ka-32A11BC can fly a range of missions and is most successful in fire-fighting, search-and-rescue and for complex construction operations. In April it demonstrated its abilities at the Aerial Firefighting Europe conference in France, receiving top marks from experts in the field.

    Russian military helicopters are used around the world and are highly prized not only for their reliability but also for their high specifications and operational efficiency. At the Paris Air Show, Russian Helicopters and Rosoboronexport plan to show the military transport version of the Mi-8/17, one of the most popular helicopters in its class. The Mi-8/17 has been built based on a 360-degree analysis of how Russian helicopters are used in military engagements in various global hot-spots.

    Visitors will also have the opportunity to see the Mi-28NE Night Hunter, a day-night, all-weather helicopter that can fly search-and-destroy missions against tanks, armoured and non-armoured targets, and also enemy troops on the battlefield and low-speed aerial targets.

    The new Ka-52 Alligator will be demonstrated for the first time at an international exhibition. The Ka-52 is an all-weather, round-the-clock military attack helicopter produced for the Russian Armed Forces and which Rosoboronexport offers for sale to foreign partners.

    The Ka-52 Alligator will be showcased on 17 June at the Le Bourget conference centre in hall 2, pavilion 2C. The programme starts at 12 noon. The Ka-52 Alligator will be on static display and will also complete flight demonstrations to highlight the benefits of its coaxial rotor system and the unique capabilities of helicopters built by the Kamov Design Bureau.

    In Paris visitors will also have the opportunity to see other Russian-built commercial models available to the international market in the light, medium and heavy classes, including the Ka-226T, Mi-17, Mi-35M and Mi-26T2.


    Russian Helicopters, JSC is a subsidiary of UIC Oboronprom, which in turn is a part of State Corporation Rostec. It is one of the global leaders in helicopter production and the only helicopter design and production powerhouse in Russia. Russian Helicopters is headquartered in Moscow. Russian Helicopters was established in 2007. In 2012 its IFRS revenues increased 21% to RUB 125.7 billion. Deliveries reached 290 helicopters.
     
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    At the Paris Air Show 2013, Russia unveiled the multi-purpose Sukhoi Su-35S fighter, equipped with the latest SINS-SP2 strap down inertial navigation system.

    The system is fully designed and produced by the Radioelectronic Technologies holding company, part of Rostec State Corporation. The SINS-SP2 system determines the location of an aircraft in the absence of satellite navigation and communications with ground-based services. The new navigation system will be used in the fifth-generation T-50 fighter which is being created as part of the Prospective Airborne Complex of Frontline Aviation (PAK FA) programme.

    The SINS-SP2 system is designed to determine the location of an object, as well as for integrated processing and reporting of navigation and flight information. The system is capable of determining the position and motion parameters of the object on which it is installed in off-line mode in the absence of outside signals. The architecture of the SINS-SP2 is based on three laser gyros and three quartz accelerometers.

    The SINS-SP2 is able to determine the location of an aircraft with twice the precision of its previous version. The equipment was developed and tested by the Moscow Institute of Electromechanics and Automation (MIEA), one of the leading research centres under Radioelectronic Technologies. Production of the SINS-SP2 has been mastered at the Ramensky Instrument Engineering Plant, also part of Radioelectronic Technologies.

    “The SINS-SP2 system is able to operate at both ultra-high and ultra-low temperatures –from minus 60 degrees to plus 60 degrees, at an altitude of 25 kilometres,†said Alexey Kuznetsov, general director of MIEA. “Its technical characteristics conform to the best world standards.â€

    “The cost of the system, which is being fully developed and manufactured by Russian companies, is less than 60% of the cost of foreign-made equivalents. At the same time, the performance characteristics of the SINS-SP2 place it ahead of foreign equipment,†said Anatoly Chumakov, general director of Ramensky Instrument Engineering Plant. “We expect a high level of demand for the SINS-SP2 from both military and civilian customers.â€

    The lifecycle of the SINS-SP2 is 10,000 hours, almost twice as long as that of existing analogues. Three modified systems are planned for installation on civilian aircraft, and two are planned for military aircraft. The SINS-SP2 is universal and can be used on airborne, naval and ground-based equipment.

    Moscow Institute of Electromechanics and Automation (MIEA) is a Russian enterprise which develops aircraft instruments and navigation and control systems. It was founded in 1951. In particular, MIEA produces autonomous and responsive inertial navigation systems, as well as stability augmentation, fly-by-wire and automatic flight control systems. It also produces computing systems for navigation and pilotage. The company is involved in developing avionics for the MS-21 and Tu-214 aircraft, as well as for the Ka-226 helicopter. It also develops and supplies avionics for the PAK fighter.

    Ramensky Instrument Engineering Plant is one of the leading and largest Russian manufacturers of on-board avionics, flight control and navigation systems for both civilian and military aircraft. It is one of the best manufacturers of products for the SINS laser gyroscope in Russia. The plant was founded in 1939 and is part of Radioelectronic Technologies. It employs 3,000 people.

    Radioelectronic Technologies holding company is Russia’s largest centre for defence and civilian instrument engineering. It was established in 2009 and is part of Rostec State Corporation. It is engaged in the development and production of electronic warfare, avionics systems (electronic systems for aircraft), IFF systems, multi-purpose measuring equipment, electrical connectors and cable systems, as well as various household appliances and medical devices. The holding company comprises 97 organizations located in 28 regions across Russia. It employs more than 60,000 people and its products are exported to 60 countries.

    Rostec State Corporation was established in 2007 to promote the development, manufacture and export of high-tech industrial products for civilian and military use. It comprises 663 organizations, which currently include eight holding companies in the defence industry and five companies in civilian industries. Rostec has a presence in 60 of Russia’s federal subjects and exports to markets in more than 70 countries worldwide. Net profits in 2011 were RUB 45.6 billion, and tax payments at all levels of government reached RUB 100 billion.
    Rostec :: News :: New part of Sukhoi Su-35S debut
     
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    A mock-up of Russia’s new piloted spacecraft will be showcased in August at the MAKS airshow near Moscow, Russia’s space chief said Friday.
    The new craft, being developed by the Russian spaceship manufacturer RKK Energia, is expected to make its maiden flight in 2018.
    “At the MAKS airshow, we will soon see the mock-up of the spaceship, which will fly in 2018,â€￾ space chief Vladimir Popovkin said at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin and Russian cosmonauts.
    Energia won a tender to design and develop the piloted spacecraft in April 2009. It is expected that several modifications of the ship will be made. One will be designed for Earth and lunar orbits, another to repair spacecraft, while a third will remove outdated spacecraft from orbit.
    Popovkin said Friday that the Russian Federal Space Agency, also known as Roscosmos, received sufficient state funding to implement a comprehensive space exploration program but lacked “bright ideasâ€￾ to use the funds efficiently.
    He added that about 40 percent of Roscosmos’ budget was allocated for research into manned spaceflight and the development of piloted spacecraft.
    According to open sources, Roscosmos’ core budget for this year is estimated at 128.3 billion rubles ($4 billion).
     
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    nice !!! i hope the spacecraft be awesome as the pic above
     
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    UFO over Paris? Unique Russian 4++ gen fighter rocks Paris Air Show

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    A Sukhoi Su-35 fighter takes part in a flying display, during the opening of the 50th Paris Air Show, at the Le Bourget airport near Paris, June 17, 2013

    Russia’s Sukhoi has rocked the 50th Paris Air Show at Le Bourget with the premiere of its cutting-edge Su-35 fighter. Super-maneuverable even for a Sukhoi, the Su-35 has been dubbed the “UFO” for its outstanding maneuverability.

    The Sukhoi Su-35 (NATO classification: Flanker E), Russia’s newest, super-maneuverable, multirole fighter jet has conducted its first training flight at the Paris Air Show, and aircraft industry experts were reportedly wowed by the jet’s performance.

    “The plane easily passes from low-speed super-maneuverability mode to high-speed combat flight,” test pilot Sergey Bogdan said. Bogdan will pilot all Su-35 flights at the Paris Air Show. The engines are so powerful that the plane could be pulled out of any complicated situation, like a spin, at pilot’s will, he explained: “All you need is to get with the plane on the same wave, to caress and stroke it because, you know, it is a living being.”

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    A Sukhoi Su-35 fighter takes off during a flying display, two days before the Paris Air Show, at the Le Bourget airport near Paris, June 15, 2013

    There will be little competition for the Su-35 at the Paris Air Show, primarily because sequestration in the US Military’s budget has left Le Bourget without any US Military airplanes present, either for displays or show flights. The Su-35 has become the first Russian fighter jet to take part in the Paris Air Show since 2001, while this is the first time 1991 the US has not presented a fighter jet at Le Bourget.

    This 4++ generation aircraft uses fifth-generation technology, and its advanced avionics, new engines, and remarkable weapons array mounted on 12 external hardpoints outperform any existing fourth-generation fighter.

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    A Russian Sukhoi Su-35 flies over Le Bourget airport, north of Paris, on June 17, 2013

    It has top speed of 2,400 km/h, a 3,600 kilometer range, an 18 kilometer ceiling, and an advanced radar system to detect large targets from as far as 400 kilometers.

    Probably the only major feature that the Su-35 lacks - and which prevents it from being labeled fifth-generation - is limited stealth capability, as only some parts of its airframe are made of composite material. Nonetheless, it can detect stealth aircraft such as the US’s F-35 at a distance of over 90 kilometers.



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    Pugachev's Cobra

    The aircraft’s thrust/weight ratio is unique at a kilo of thrust per kilo of aircraft weight, thanks to a pair of brand new 117C jet engines.

    This enables Su-35 to perform all current stunts, including Russian specialties such as Pugachev's Cobra, the Frolov Chakra, the Dead Leaf, and the unprecedented Pancake, which is an horizontal 360-degree made turn without losing speed. The Pancake is performed only by the Su-35.

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    Frolov Chakra

    The Su-35’s technical specifications:

    • Powerplant: Two 142.2 kN, 117C afterburning turbofans produced by NPO Saturn

    • Dimensions: Length 21.9 m; height 5.9 m; wing span 15.3 m

    • Weight: Empty 18,400 kg; Normal Take-Off Weight 25,300 kg; Max Take-Off Weight 34,500 kg; Internal Fuel: 11,500 kg

    • Performance: Max level speed at 11,000m Mach 2.25 or 2,400 km/h; at sea level 1,400 km/h; service ceiling 18,000 m; G-limit: +14

    • Armament: one internal GSh-301 30mm cannon with 150 rounds; up to 8,000 kg of ordnance carried on up to twelve external hardpoints, including air-to-air missiles, air-to-surface guided missiles, guided bombs, or external fuel tanks.

    With these characteristics, the Su-35 surpasses practically all modern fighter jets such as France’s Rafale, Sweden’s Gripen, the Eurofighter 2000, and the modernized US F-15, F-16, and F-18. It is on a par with the fifth-generation US F-35 and F-22A, neither of which are currently on the market.

    The Su-35 is generating so much interest that the airshow organizers have assigned it a spot right in the middle of the main avenue of the exhibition.

    The Russian Air Force currently has 10 Su-35s, to be increased to 48 by the end of 2015.

    The first country to buy a Sukhoi Su-35 could be China, as Beijing is already in talks with the manufacturer: “We have signed an intergovernmental agreement on the supply of Su-35 planes to China," Aleksandr Mikheyev, deputy head of Russian arms corporation Rosoboronexport told reporters.

    "As of today we have a legal base with China. An agreement on the protection of intellectual property has been signed," Mikheyev added. Beijing reportedly intends to buy 24 Su-35s, with a contract due to be signed by the end of 2013.

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    A Sukhoi Su-35 fighter is taxied for a flying display, during the opening of the 50th Paris Air Show, at the Le Bourget airport near Paris, June 17, 2013

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    A Sukhoi SU-35 fighter takes off during a flying display, one day before the 50th Paris Air Show, at the Le Bourget airport near Paris, June 16, 2013

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    The Russian-made Sukhoi SU-35 military jet lands after its preparation flying display at Le Bourget on June 16, 2013

    Two other Russian aircraft will also debut at Le Bourget: The Yakovlev Yak-130 ‘Mitten,’ a subsonic two-seat light attack jet, and the Kamov Ka-52 ‘Alligator,' a coaxial helicopter gunship.

    But the first demonstration flight of a Ka-52 has already been accompanied by a minor scandal, as the gunship was banned from its scheduled flight. Two Eurocopter Tiger helicopters performed in the program instead.

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    KA 52

    “The crew started the engine and began the taxing maneuver when it received the organizers' instruction to return to the static parking area and to stop the engine,” a Kamov spokesperson said.

    A source in the Russian delegation said the "organizers explained this by the fact that the French prime minister was visiting the air show at the moment." The source said that if the European helicopters had flown after the Ka-52, they would have attracted less attention.

    Later in the day, the Alligator finally made it to the skies, though the exhibition was already closing and many of the guests had already left the show. A demonstration flight of a Yak-130 trainer took place on schedule.

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    A Yak 130

    The airshow at the Le Bourget exhibition center takes place from June 17 to 23, and opens to the public on June 21. The event brings together over 3,000 aircraft manufacturers from 44 countries: 1,040 French, 350 American, 124 German and 115 Italian. Forty-six of these companies, including Sukhoi, are Russian.

    Last year’s Le Bourget airshow saw a record $100 billion in contracts signed; organizers expect at least $125 billion to be signed this year.

    Some 70 percent of the more than 140 aircraft being exhibited are civil, and the rest are military. Around 40 aircraft will give flight demonstrations.

    UFO over Paris? Unique Russian 4++ gen fighter rocks Paris Air Show | RT News
     
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    Almost 5th gen. China's getting a couple dozen.
     
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