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La Russie va moderniser ses grands navires de lutte ASM type Udaloy (Projet 1155)

La Russie va moderniser ses grands navires de lutte ASM type Udaloy (Projet 1155) | Newsletter navale | Scoop.it

La Russie va moderniser ses grands navaires de lutte ASM de type Udaloy (Projet 1155, classe Fregat) qu'elle mobilise notamment pour les missions de lutte anti-piraterie au large de la Corne africaine depuis 2008.

Les grands navires de débarquement du Projet 1155 et 1155.1 (classe Fregat et Fregat M) vont faire l'objet d'une modernisation au cours des prochaines années qui devrait augmenter leurs capacités de combat. Selon  Izvestia, l'Etat-major de la marine russe souhaite que soient installés sur les navires des canons A-192, des complexes de tir pour missiles Kalibr, des capacités de défense anti-aériennes accrues et des systèmes anti-missiles S-400. Une telle modernisation fera vituellement passer ces navires de la catégorie des grands navires de lutte ASM à celle destroyers dans la mesure où ils pourront désormais faire face à des menaces non seulement sous-marines, mais aériennes, terrestres et à des cibles en surface.

 

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Le DDG Marshal Shaposhnikov (type Udaloy) a commencé sa mission d'escorte dans le Golfe d'Aden

Le DDG  Marshal Shaposhnikov (type Udaloy) a commencé sa mission d'escorte dans le Golfe d'Aden | Newsletter navale | Scoop.it

15.01.2013 Large Anti-Submarine Warfare ship Marshal Shaposhnikov arrived on January 15 to the Gulf of Aden area for escorting its first convoy. The crew started its convoying along "a safety corridor" towards the Bab el Mandeb Strait. The convoy includes vessels from Greece and Panama.

Earlier the Pacific Fleet group of ships, issuing the safety of navigation in the Gulf of Aden, replenished water and fuel supplies, completed scheduled maintenance and held antiterrorist exercises.

The group of warships consists of a Large ASW ship Marshal Shaposhnikov, a sea tanker Irkut, and a rescue tug Alatau. Russian sailors arrived to the Gulf of Aden water area in December 2012 for antipiracy watchkeeping as part of international forces.

According to the report of the naval force commander rear admiral Vladimir Vdovenko, material and technical parts function nominally. The personnel assets is healthy and ready for the mission accomplishment.

The Russian Navy has maintained its permanent presence off the Horn of Africa, with the involvement of warships of the four fleets - Baltic, Black Sea, North and Pacific – operating on a rotation basis. These ships patrol for some time and return to their base.

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Des bâtiments de la Flotte du Nord quittent Severomorsk aujourd'hui pour la mission anti-pirates en Golfe d'Aden

Des bâtiments de la Flotte du Nord quittent Severomorsk aujourd'hui pour la mission anti-pirates en Golfe d'Aden | Newsletter navale | Scoop.it

The Northern Fleet’s destroyer “Severomorsk” today left Severomorsk to take part in the international anti-piracy mission in the Gulf of Aden.
The destroyer heads a vessel group consisting of the salvage tug “Altay” and the tanker “Dubna”.
The mission, which is planned to take several months, will also include official visits and business call to foreign ports. Ahead of the departure from Severomorsk the vessel and its crew has been training in the Barents Sea. “Severomorsk” also participated in anti-piracy operations off the Somali coast in 2011, as BarentsObserver reported.
The Northern Fleet’s "Admiral Chabanenko" and "Admiral Levchenko" have earlier conducted this type of mission. According to the Northern Fleet’s press service, vessels from the Northern Fleet have escorted more than 40 international convoys and prevented the cargo vessel “Ocean Diamond” and “United Emblem” from being captured by pirates in the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean.
The Russian Navy has maintained a presence off the Somali coast since October 2008, with warships operating on a rotation basis. Earlier in 2012 the Northern Fleet’s destroyer "Vice Admiral Kulakov" conducted a 159 days long mission to the area.

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Fin de la mission anti-piraterie du groupe du DDG russe Marshal Shaposhnikov dans le Golfe d'Aden

Fin de la mission anti-piraterie du groupe du DDG russe Marshal Shaposhnikov dans le Golfe d'Aden | Newsletter navale | Scoop.it

Warships group of the Pacific Fleet, consisting of large large anti-submarine ship Marshal Shaposhnikov, intermediate sea tanker Irkut and rescue tug Alatau, completed it's convoy in the Gulf of Aden and set a course for Vladivostok - main naval base of the Pacific Fleet.
Russian ships will call at the port Langkawi, Malaysia, on March 26 in the frame of Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA-2013). The visit will last till March, 30.
Later, since April 14 till April 18 the group of ships will visit the port Busan, South Korea.
Warships will return to Vladivostok approximate by the end of April.
During performing the mission and in the context of international activity in the end of 2012 the Pacific Fleet warships called at Indian port Mumbai, where conducted exercises Indra-2012 with Indian Navy, and also visited Iranian port Bandar-e Abbas for supply replenishment.
In February 2013 Marshal Shaposhnikov visited Republic of Seychelles and for the first time in the history of Russian Navy called at the port Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania, where held anti-piracy exercise.
According to the report of the naval force commander rear admiral Vladimir Vdovenko, material and technical parts function nominally. The personnel assets is healthy and ready for the mission accomplishment.

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Un destroyer type Udaloy russe en visite au port de Bandar Abbas en Iran

Un destroyer type Udaloy russe en visite au port de Bandar Abbas en Iran | Newsletter navale | Scoop.it

A senior Iran Navy officer says Russian destroyer Marshal Shaposhnikov has docked at Bandar Abbas port.
Marshal Shaposhnikov, a Russian Udaloy-class destroyer, has docked at this port with the aim of strengthening military ties between Iran and Russia,” Vice-Admiral Hossein Azad said on Wednesday.
In November, Russian Caspian Flotilla Commander Rear Admiral Sergei Alekminski called for closer cooperation between Iranian and Russian naval forces. He said that a fleet of Russian ships and frigates would pay a visit to an Iranian port in 2013.
Iran Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said in February that the naval forces of a number of neighboring countries have expressed desire to send fleets to Iran and Tehran is ready to welcome them.
Sayyari added that exchanging naval fleets with other countries helps increase cooperation and mutual understanding.

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La frégate russe Severomorsk (type Udaloy) revient en mission anti-piraterie près de la côte somalienne en janvier

La frégate russe Severomorsk (type Udaloy) revient en mission anti-piraterie près de la côte somalienne en janvier | Newsletter navale | Scoop.it

The Severomorsk anti-submarine ship from the Russian Northern Fleet in January will join a tactical unit of the Pacific Fleet ships, which is to start performing an anti-piracy mission near the Somali coast within the next few days...
"The Pacific Fleet unit led by the Marshal Shaposhnikov anti-submarine ship will arrive in the planned area of the Gulf of Aden at the beginning of next week to start an anti-piracy mission. The Northern Fleet's Severomorsk anti-submarine ship will depart in late December to reinforce the tactical unit,..."

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