Russian Air Force receives 4 new Su-34 fighter-bombersDecember 28, Moscow. The Russian Air Force today received four new Su-34 fighter-bombers.The planes arrived to the Lipetsk Center of Combat Training of the Air Force. The full-scale production of Su-34s was started in 2008 at a Novosibirsk-based aircraft-manufacturing plant - NAPO, a subsidiary of the Sukhoi Aircraft Holding. A long-term state contract for the delivery of Su-34s to the Russian Air Force was signed in 2008 between the Ministry of Defense of Russia and the Sukhoi Company.The new fighter-bomber is a two-seat medium-haul strike aircraft fitted with twin afterburning turbofan engines.The Su-34 is a 4+ generation aircraft. It can effectively engage ground, sea and air targets in all weathers and during the day or night using a wide range of combat munitions, including precision guided munitions.The Su-34 has an active-safety system with artificial-intelligence elements. This system enables the crew to combat maneuver and to deliver precise strikes on several targets at the same time.The airplane has enlarged capacity internal fuel tanks for long practical unrefueled flight.The Su-34's long range was shown in a July this year "Vostok-2010" exercise when Su-34s were moved from the European part of Russia to the Russian Far East with in-flight refueling and further strike missions.The aircraft's combat power potential is to be increased soon with new munitions.http://sukhoi.org/eng/news/company/?id=3826
Alguém confirma-me a frase que está a negrito, através de uma fonte independente??
Russia’s Fencers returnedSukhoi has finished refurbishing the Russian Air Force’s fleet of Su-24M2 Fencer-DsGary Parsons – 16-Dec-2009December 15: Sukhoi has finished refurbishing the Russian Air Force’s fleet of Su-24M2 Fencer-D bombers, ending a three-year contract at the company’s V P Chkalov Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association (NAPO) facility in Novosibirsk. The number of aircraft upgraded is not known, but the Russian Air Force operates about 260 Su-24Ms, the M2 having an upgraded cockpit with multi-function displays, digital moving-map generator, helmet-mounted sights and provision for the latest guided weapons. It is highly unlikely that all 260 aircraft have been upgraded, given the short timescale.NAPO has also started production of the Su-34. In 2008 the Russian Defence Ministry awarded Sukhoi a contract to supply 32 aircraft to the Russian Air Force.http://www.key.aero/view_news.asp?ID=1282
Russia’s new FullbacksTwo new Su-34 Fullback fighter-bombers have been delivered to the Russian Air ForceGary Parsons – 22-Dec-2009December 21: Russia’s V P Chkalov Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association (NAPO) handed over the first two new Su-34 Fullback fighter-bombers to the Russian Air Force at Lipetsk.Under a five-year contract with the Russian Ministry of Defence, NAPO will produce 32 Su-34s through to 2013. Five production-standard aircraft are believed to have been delivered between 2006 and 2008, with the order for the additional 32 aircraft signed in December 2008. The aircraft will serve with the 968th IISAP at Lipetsk.http://www.key.aero/view_news.asp?ID=1315
Russia to buy “2,000 aircraft” in next decadeThe Russian Air Force plans to buy up to 2,000 aircraft and helicopters by 2020Gary Parsons – 1-Dec-2010December 1: As European air forces dwindle in size, Russian news agency RIA Novosti reports that the Russian Air Force plans to buy up to 2,000 aircraft and helicopters by 2020 together with a “significantly increase” in high-precision weapons.A deputy air force commander, Lt General Igor Sadofyev, is reported to have confirmed that 1,500 new aircraft would be purchased and some 400 refurbished over the next ten years. Among the new buys will be Sukhoi Su-27SM, Su-30M2 and Su-35S multirole fighters, Su-34 fighter-bombers and Yak-130 combat trainers as well as Kamov Ka-52 and Mil Mi-28N attack helicopters, Mi-8 armed assault helicopters, Ka-226 and Ansat-U light multipurpose helicopters. Planned modernisation programmes will update Tupolev Tu-160, Tu-95MS, Tu-22M3 bombers and Ilyushin Il-78M aerial tankers.It was announced on July 19 that the Russian Air Force intends to acquire ten Sukhoi T-50 PAK/FA fifth-generation fighter aircraft for test and evaluation purposes between 2013 and 2015, with a further 60 orders envisaged post-2016.http://www.key.aero/view_news.asp?ID=2819
Four Su-34s to Russian Air ForceThe Russian Air Force has received four new Su-34 fighter-bombersGary Parsons – 30-dec-2010December 30: The Russian Air Force received four new Su-34 fighter-bombers on December 28 when the aircraft arrived to the Lipetsk Centre of Combat Training.A long-term state contract for the delivery of 32 Su-34 Fullbacka to the Russian Air Force was signed in 2008 between the Ministry of Defence of Russia and the Sukhoi Company. Full-scale production was started at NAPO, the Novosibirsk-based aircraft-manufacturing plant, a subsidiary of Sukhoi Aircraft Holding.http://www.key.aero/view_news.asp?ID=2888
Newly upgraded Su-25SM3 in new camo
CitarNewly upgraded Su-25SM3 in new camo
Citação de: "HSMW"CitarNewly upgraded Su-25SM3 in new camoIndependetemente de novos radares, armamento, motores, camuflagem etc, esta aeronave nao é totalmente desactualizada nos dias que correm?
Nao minha opiniao é muito mais eficiente ter caças multifunçao para o ataque ao solo ou usar helicópteros de ataque (mas eu sou leigo nestes assuntos).
O que eu queria perguntar era se o conceito de aviao de ataque ao solo nos dias de hoje (quando as defesas anti-aereas sao muito mais eficientes) é viavél?
Citação de: "miguelbud"O que eu queria perguntar era se o conceito de aviao de ataque ao solo nos dias de hoje (quando as defesas anti-aereas sao muito mais eficientes) é viavél?Eu aqui só quero referir que se as defesas anti-aéreas são mais eficientes, ainda mais eficiente tem que ser o ataque ao solo, ou mais proprimaente, a capacidade SEAD, Supressão de Defesas Aéreas Inimigas. Além disso em altitude e velocidade não há avião que escape a um missil terra-ar, os Americanos aprenderam isso na Guerra Fria quando um dos seus aviões espiões que voava já a raspar o "espaço", foi abatido. A conceito depois disso passou de "quanto mais alto e mais depressa melhor", para, "quanto mais baixo melhor, mas também depressa". Por isso é que desistiram de construir um bombardeiro que voava a mach 3 a não sei quantos km de altitude (XB-70), para fazer um que voa a pouco mais de mach 1, mas a rapar os telhados (o B-1).