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Russia retreats! President personally instructs: The Navy should not build large ships

Military 2018-03-25 07:00:00 296

Recently, the Russian Defense Minister finally announced details of the "Army Plan for 2018-2027". As everyone knows, the "National Armed Forces Plan" of the Russian Ministry of National Defense is a national-level program for the development of Russia's armed forces in the next decade.

In this period of the “National Armed Forces Plan”, Russian President Putin himself personally instructed the delay in the construction of aircraft carriers, nuclear-powered cruisers/destroyers, and other large ships, and instead chose to continue to equip submarines and small surface ships.

The picture shows the Russian Navy 23000E aircraft carrier model.

At present, the Russian Navy has a number of large-scale surface ships at the same time, including the 20,000-ton 23560 “leader” nuclear-powered missile destroyer, at least 80,000 tons of 23000E super-carriers, and 25,000 tons.” Lavina" type amphibious assault ship.

For the Russian navy, the "2018-2027 National Armed Forces Plan" is no less than a clear skit and sentenced the Russian Navy to the idea of ​​developing a large-scale warship. Of course, the Russian Ministry of Defense has its own considerations in making this decision, and it is not Khrushchev’s “outside conduct commander”.

The picture shows the large-scale anti-submarine warship “Marshal Shaposhnikov” after the fire.

In recent years, the Russian Navy and its neighboring shipyards have repeatedly encountered fire accidents of varying sizes. The most "injury" was the 2014 Black Sea Fleet's "Carch" cruiser fire and the 2018 Pacific Fleet's main "Marshal Shapshnikov" large-scale anti-submarine warfare. Looking down, the docks and submarines that made the minesweeper also lost their lives.

The management of the Russian Navy was chaotic and neglected, and even its security awareness was sloppy. It was exposed in this series of fire accidents. If these problems cannot be solved, building a large number of large ships is also a loss.

The picture shows a combined supply ship of the Chinese navy 889 Taihu Lake trained with foreign warships. The Russian Navy currently does not have similar ships.

Secondly, if large ships are parked in the harbor as "luxury hotels", they will absolutely violate the original intention of these ships.

However, if these large ships are to go to sea, supporting facilities and auxiliary ships are naturally essential. But for the ocean-supply ship that the military enthusiasts are most familiar with, its task is to supply dry cargo and liquid fuel while the large ship is sailing, so that the ship will not be available with fuel and lubricants, or that the sailors on the ship can only be canned. Can eat.

The Soviet-Russian Navy's only type I dry cargo combined dual-purpose supply ship was dismantled after the disintegration of the Soviet Union. At present, only Russian naval vessels are available. As for other supporting facilities, the Russian navy is not even a matter of sorts.

The picture shows the Russian Navy PD-50 floating dock.

The above-mentioned several factors can only "influence" the operation of large-scale Russian ships at best, but there is no shipyard, no large-scale dock, and of course the Russian navy cannot produce large ships. At present, the only facility in Russia (including Crimea) that can maintain large ships is the PD-50 floating dock owned by the Northern Fleet. The floating dock can only be used to repair ships and cannot be used for the construction of ships.

The shrinking of the civilian shipping industry has made Russia’s hope of expanding the construction of shipyards a luxury.

The picture shows the Yokota Shipyard. It is hard to imagine that the plant is the most technologically advanced shipyard in Russia.

As we all know, the battleship group of the Big Battleship is the dream of most maritime countries, but it can be counted on with the use of both hands. It can only maintain the fleet of only two or three countries, and Russia has built a " The "small air-to-air" navy is also ranked in the forefront of its scale in the entire world, but its "great power" is not worth seeing.

In fact, the final word: no money. When we cannot see the point of economic growth, Russia can only forget the glory of Russia and the Soviet Union and protect its own one-and-a-half acres. There are both unwilling and bloody lessons for later generations to watch. (Leader)

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