Die russische Marine
Zitat:Delivery of Russia’s First Yasen-M Attack Submarine Pushed to 2020

Technical problems will reportedly delay the delivery of the new attack sub Kazan by a year or more. The Russian Navy’s first Project 885-M Yasen M-class multipurpose nuclear-powered attack/cruise missile submarine (SSN/SSGN), christened Kazan, is not expected to enter service until the end of 2020 or possibly later due to technical problems that emerged during dockside trials, according to TASS state news agency.

Some of the Kazan’s auxiliary systems have reported failed to meet the Russian Ministry of Defense’s requirements, a defense industry source told TASS on May 17. [...] The Kazan was originally slated to commence sea trials and live firing tests of its P-800 Onik anti-ship missiles and 3m-54 Kalibr anti-ship/land-attack missiles from submerged positions this summer. However, it will now take several months for the various technical issues with the auxiliary systems to be fixed, according to the report. [...]

The Kazan was launched at the Sevmash shipyards in Severodvinsk, a port city on Russia’s White Sea in Arkhangelsk Oblast, in March 2017. It is the second overall Yasen-class SSN launched by the Russia’s United Shipbuilding Corporation and the first upgraded Yasen M-class submarine. The Kazan conducted its first set of factory and underwater sea trials in September 2018.

Zitat:Sea Platforms

Russia unveils scale models of new SSBN, upgraded corvettes, and combat icebreakers

Scale models of the next-generation Project 585 (Laika-class) nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) under development for the Russian Navy and several updated surface combatants were unveiled during a recent Ministry of Defence board meeting in Moscow. Footage of the scale models was shown by Russian television broadcaster Channel One on 24 December 2019.

In April 2019 a defence industry source told news agency TASS that the Malachite Design Bureau in St Petersburg had launched research and development (R&D) work for the creation of a fifth-generation SSBN under the codename Laika, following the completion of preliminary design work the previous year. [...] According to the scale model recently displayed, the Project 585 submarine has a displacement of 11,340 tonnes, a maximum submerged depth of 600 m, can attain a speed of 35 kt, and has an endurance of 90 days. The armament suite will incorporate Kalibr cruise missiles (including the land-attack 3M-14 variant), 3M-22 Tsirkon (or Zircon) hypersonic anti-ship missiles, P-800 Oniks (3M-55) anti-ship missiles, 91RU Otvet anti-submarine guided missiles, Khishchnik anti-submarine missiles (according to the open sources, a high-speed torpedo is being developed under this programme), Fizik-1 and USET-80 torpedoes, the Lasta anti-torpedo weapon, PMR-2 rocket-propelled mines, MTPK-1 mine-torpedoes, and surface-to-air missiles for the Igla man-portable air defence system.

Several scale models of surface combatants, including the upgraded Project 11442M (Kirov-class) cruiser, the Project 23550 ice-class patrol ship with the Kalibr missiles, and the updated Project 22800 (Karakurt-class) guided-missile corvette with an increased number of 3S-14 vertical launch systems (VLSs), were also on display...


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