In the USA, they don’t see the potential of the Su-57 fighter and T-14 tank


Modern Russian weapons are a topic that constantly annoys the US military and weapons experts.


Sandboxx blog posted a record of former US Marine Corps officer Alex Hollings, in which he expresses doubts that the Russian promising Su-57 fighter and T-14 Armata tank have any military potential.

According to the author, for Moscow it is enough that they are talking and arguing about her new weapon all over the world. At the same time, in reality, this new weapon does not have mass production.

The author notes that Russia continues to develop these systems, despite the inability to finance their mass production.

Hollings is convinced that this is because the mere presence of military potential is often enough for Russia to be mentioned in the media alongside more formidable opponents such as the United States or China.

Further, the former military cites the examples of Su-57, T-14 Armata fighters, Poseidon, a promising global long-range nuclear torpedo, RS-28 Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile, and the Burevestnik nuclear-powered low-flying cruise missile, emphasizing that the presence of these weapons “constitutes a threat”, and the lack of mass production of the corresponding weapons “ultimately does not matter”.
Photos used: Alexey Vasilenko / wikipedia.org
Ctrl Enter

Noticed oshЫbku Highlight text and press. Ctrl + Enter

39 comments
Information

Dear reader, to leave comments on the publication, you must to register.
I have an account? Sign in

  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 14 March 2020 14: 58
    +4
    • 5
    • 1
    We are no longer referring to former generals, but simply to former military personnel ??? What kind of hill will they say ???
    Here, the GRF Tolboev is not asking anything ...

    And so, those who did not reach the troops Armata and Su are sucked by how much in vain every day somewhere ...
  2. Observer2014 Offline
    Observer2014 14 March 2020 16: 24
    +3
    • 6
    • 3
    What can be the potential of piece copies? Private security companies to protect natural resources from local natives are very complicated technique.
  3. Regis Offline
    Regis (Sergey Kopan) 14 March 2020 16: 49
    +5
    • 7
    • 2
    In Russia, they do not see the potential of the United States, this is already worse ....
  4. Sapsan136 Offline
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 14 March 2020 17: 05
    +5
    • 7
    • 2
    And what is the potential of the M1A2 Abrams tank, which can be destroyed by a 12,7 mm sniper rifle, hitting the auxiliary engine, thereby causing a fuel system fire, or the Leopard-2, which explodes from the first shot from an RPG into the area of ​​the second rink (direct getting into part of the ammunition) ?!
    1. Arkharov Offline
      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 14 March 2020 17: 57
      -7
      • 2
      • 9

      Do you watch many Abrams and Leopards destroyed on your combat couch?
      1. 321 Offline
        321 (321) 14 March 2020 18: 16
        +5
        • 6
        • 1
        Quote: Arkharov
        You ... destroyed a lot of Abrams and Leopards?

        And on this, and on parallel sites there are enough people with BATTLE experience, so as for the sofa, it’s as if not to you directly ...
        PS And for what purpose are you interested in? bully
        1. Arkharov Offline
          Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 14 March 2020 18: 33
          -5
          • 1
          • 6
          You are painfully telling professionally how even a child can destroy these miserable crafts of Western tank building. Who knows what outstanding combat qualities your sofa has, and have you tried, in practice, with its help, these effective methods?
          1. 321 Offline
            321 (321) 14 March 2020 18: 38
            +4
            • 6
            • 2
            You can continue to continue broadcasting about sofas; nobody thought to refute your personal experience in this rich experience. bully
            But even I have some more materials lying around on topics - where you need to shoot some piece of iron and with what, although for a long time I have been almost NOT interested in this ...
            But you write, write, you, apparently, have bonuses. hi
            1. Arkharov Offline
              Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 14 March 2020 19: 23
              -6
              • 1
              • 7
              And the piece of iron that the M48 had to shoot at, or is the M60 already? I hope the materials on the Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. E also not thrown away yet?
              1. 321 Offline
                321 (321) 14 March 2020 20: 59
                +2
                • 4
                • 2
                Quote: Arkharov
                And the piece of iron that you had to shoot at, M48, or already M60? I hope the materials on the Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. E also not thrown away yet?

                For what purpose are you interested in such details? bully Do you have an admission?
                PS The last point of your opus can cost a lot of money, so humorize further ... bully
                1. Arkharov Offline
                  Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 14 March 2020 21: 08
                  -5
                  • 1
                  • 6
                  I give for free

                  1. 321 Offline
                    321 (321) 15 March 2020 07: 40
                    +3
                    • 4
                    • 1
                    Quote: Arkharov
                    I give it for free ...

                    What "depth of knowledge" do you have - to realize that it was a question of the PAPER version, the primary source, so to speak, what personally bothers you? bully
                    And your pictures - who needs them and why? hi
                    1. Arkharov Offline
                      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 15 March 2020 08: 29
                      -5
                      • 1
                      • 6
                      And you print ...
                      1. 321 Offline
                        321 (321) 15 March 2020 09: 40
                        +3
                        • 3
                        • 0
                        Quote: Arkharov
                        And you print ...

                        Any sensible ideas expected from you? It seems that no, who needs this your ersatz? bully
              2. Sapsan136 Offline
                Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 14 March 2020 21: 08
                +3
                • 5
                • 2
                By the way, Mr. Arkharov, I understand that the logic you and Marzhecki have is special, but still let me ask you a question - If in Syria, Arabs exported 5 Turkish Leopards-2A4s to the light army with export versions of your weapon, then on what basis did you Do you think that we will not be able to do this with our non-export anti-tank weapons? Do you consider us (the Russian military) cowards, or ignoramuses, in comparison with the Arab soldiers, or you just don’t really like us and you want to wish out for reality? If you just don’t love us, just say so, there will be no more questions ...
                1. 321 Offline
                  321 (321) 15 March 2020 07: 55
                  +3
                  • 4
                  • 1
                  Quote: Sapsan136
                  ... Do you consider us (the Russian military) cowards, or ignoramuses, in comparison with the Arab soldiers, or you just don’t really like us and you want to wishful thinking? If you just don’t love us, just say so, there will be no more questions ...

                  I doubt that he will say, although he does not like, both Russia and its military ...
                2. Arkharov Offline
                  Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 15 March 2020 08: 34
                  -6
                  • 1
                  • 7
                  Eco, where did your fantasy go, just like in interrogation. Take it out to you, let it be whom I love, whom I spit, whom I kiss. Kolchak did not serve in counterintelligence in his youth? Although, on those questions that you ask, you probably consider me an authoritative expert? Well then fine.
                  1. bear040 Offline
                    bear040 15 March 2020 09: 33
                    +2
                    • 3
                    • 1
                    Shamanov served, ha ha ... 58 army.
                  2. 321 Offline
                    321 (321) 15 March 2020 09: 42
                    +3
                    • 3
                    • 0
                    Quote: Arkharov
                    Eco, where did your fantasy go, just like in interrogation. Take it out to you, let it be whom I love, whom I spit, whom I kiss. Kolchak did not serve in counterintelligence in his youth? Although, on those questions that you ask, you probably consider me an authoritative expert? Well then fine.

                    Do not amuse yourself with illusions, no expert and does not smell of you, so, an ordinary balabol, no more ... hi laughing
            2. Vladimir_ Voronov (Vladimir) 16 March 2020 16: 35
              0
              • 0
              • 0
              Never argue with amateurs (.. idiots), first they will lower you to their level, and then experience will win.

              Popular wisdom.
      2. Sapsan136 Offline
        Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 14 March 2020 19: 00
        +2
        • 4
        • 2
        So far, the Leopards and Abrams have not been destroyed, but we were taught this and not at all on the couch. Listen to the song - "For the cadet epaulettes."
      3. Regis Offline
        Regis (Sergey Kopan) April 1 2020 14: 12
        +2
        • 3
        • 1
        Little. Abrams is only one, if you count. Destroyed my unit.
        You see, creating a “miracle weapon” is the destiny of Goebbels and journalists. You can fight on any technique. In Syria, both leoperds and abrams are very well burned, widely publicized, and if you believe, then "unkillable and great." Therefore, in the Russian section of the Internet, specialists flock at the American "miracle weapon." In 1977, our deputy returned from Vietnam. the head of the school. The Vietnamese army was then armed with Soviet American and Chinese equipment. Once in the class we asked him - how do the Vietnamese military evaluate the equipment of different countries? The answer was this - in peacetime, the American is good, but it is better to fight in the Soviet ...... Comments are unnecessary.
    2. master3 Offline
      master3 (Vitali) April 1 2020 18: 18
      0
      • 0
      • 0
      ... to the area of ​​the second rink (direct hit in part of the ammunition)

      - As I understand it, are you world of tanks addicted?
  5. Binder Online
    Binder (Miron) 14 March 2020 21: 21
    -1
    • 3
    • 4
    The discussion of respected comrades went somewhat away from the topic of the note. The point in it is not about how good or bad the Su-57 or Armata tank is, the fact is that they do not exist in reality and they will not appear in the foreseeable future.
    1. bear040 Offline
      bear040 15 March 2020 09: 36
      +4
      • 5
      • 1
      Everything is relative. In 2008, the Russian Federation had only a few missed weapons, essentially experimental Su-34s, which did not prevent them from being thrown into battle .. moreover, successfully. So in case of war, and the Su-57 will go into battle, there is no doubt about that ...
      1. xilia72 Offline
        xilia72 (xantos) 15 March 2020 10: 28
        0
        • 0
        • 0
        There are only 11 of them.
        1. Wanderer039 Offline
          Wanderer039 15 March 2020 23: 21
          +4
          • 4
          • 0
          Su-34 in 2008 was even less. This did not prevent them from successfully undergoing baptism of fire.
      2. Binder Online
        Binder (Miron) 15 March 2020 22: 49
        -6
        • 0
        • 6
        Quote: bear040
        in case of war, and the Su-57 will go into battle

        And they will fight a lot without an engine, avionics and weapons? fool
        1. Regis Offline
          Regis (Sergey Kopan) April 1 2020 14: 19
          0
          • 1
          • 1
          And who said that there are no engines and avionics? Journalists? Oh well ....
          1. Binder Online
            Binder (Miron) April 1 2020 16: 29
            -2
            • 0
            • 2
            And who said that they are?
            1. Regis Offline
              Regis (Sergey Kopan) April 1 2020 17: 52
              +1
              • 1
              • 0
              If even in the press, far from the aviation industry, they write, but you don’t see ... What can we say about specialized sites and the press. The horizon must be expanded.
              1. Binder Online
                Binder (Miron) April 1 2020 18: 16
                -2
                • 0
                • 2
                The fact that the engine of the "second stage" is not ready is well known, and with tobacco avionics in general, there is no chance to create it yourself, and in the light of sanctions no one will help. And my horizons here are no sideways ...
    2. Regis Offline
      Regis (Sergey Kopan) April 1 2020 14: 17
      +1
      • 2
      • 1
      You are mistaken, Su-57, T-14 and other models are and exist and even are in service with units, but there are very few of them. For quite objective reasons. First, they are very expensive. The second - the old technique so far solves all the problems successfully. Third, a conceptually new technique requires a lot of time to catch fleas in a structure. Third - the use of this technique requires a change in the psychology of crews and command. All reasons take time.
      1. Binder Online
        Binder (Miron) April 1 2020 16: 31
        -2
        • 0
        • 2
        Let me doubt how it can stand in service with the Su-57 if the only serial fighter crashed in December 2019?
        1. Regis Offline
          Regis (Sergey Kopan) April 1 2020 17: 50
          0
          • 0
          • 0
          You have outdated information.
          1. Binder Online
            Binder (Miron) April 1 2020 18: 12
            -3
            • 0
            • 3
            And what, besides the plane that crashed, are there still serial cars?
  6. The comment was deleted.
  7. It’s not enough that some military serviceman has cropped up, maybe he was completely drunk.
  8. The comment was deleted.
  9. g1washntwn Offline
    g1washntwn (George Washington) 16 March 2020 06: 42
    +1
    • 1
    • 0
    In order for the common man to have constant porridge in his head, the West constantly alternates stuffing about scary Russians with the same fakes about "vodka, matryoshka, balalaika." This is propaganda and nothing more.
    As one Hitler officer wrote home from the front:

    We thought that Russians have only half-rotten villages, and they have modern cities and factories.

    - (not verbatim, but that’s the point). The next “fighters for democracy" will probably be dug up with the same letters.
  10. shinobi Offline
    shinobi (Yuri) April 7 2020 13: 25
    +1
    • 1
    • 0
    Maybe so, or maybe not. Not important. To this retired grief expert, a kick under the ass of the “ancient” kirzach will be quite enough. They are all “heroes”, until they come close to the Russian conscripts in hand-to-hand combat.