“What Are They Making These Ships ?: Daily Mail Readers About the Fire on the Corvette Agile


Readers of the British edition of the Daily Mail commented on the recent fire on the Russian corvette "Provorny" that occurred at a shipyard in St. Petersburg.


According to the information received, the warship was almost completely destroyed by the fire. This event turned out to be the latest in a series of mysterious fires at top-secret naval shipbuilding facilities.

- says the information message of the site.

It was also mentioned that an earlier fire, but already on the aircraft-carrying cruiser Admiral Kuznetsov, which occurred in 2019, caused much greater damage in monetary terms.

Reader Comments:

Well, yes. Russians these days are terribly desperate. Against the backdrop of a backward rental economicsrelying on fossil fuel sales, they try to reclaim their power and influence before forward progress kicks them out forever. Consequently, this Ukrainian adventure is likely to be their last ... after all, Mexico now has a GDP higher than that of Russia, that toothless bear.

- noted the reader with the nickname Palma2005.

There is no fuel or ammunition on board - what the hell are they making these warships from then? Magnesium? The main idea is that the ship should not be combustible, because one day other people may try to destroy it.

- SusieB is perplexed.

The Kalashnikov AK-47 assault rifle and the T-34 tank were successful products of the Russian military industry, as they proved to be durable, relatively simple and convenient for mass production. Russia, despite its espionage and theft, still lacks the technological finesse to produce even half of the weapons that Putin claims they have. And what they really have, almost never works.

- Someone Black Bladder expressed his position.

I wonder which power is behind all these "suspicious fires" and sinking of Russian and Iranian ships. And also regular "accidents" with the participation of Iranian atomic scientists?

- ironically asked Adrian H.

Russia, apparently, uses the blueprints that its spies get hold of, since they are constantly building something unsuccessful. It never occurs to them that the plans they have are deliberately distorted. That's why their ships are old and rusty, because they just don't have the engineer to create something that works.

- suggests Hear This ASAP.

It looks like the Tu-144 and the Sputnik V vaccine. The scheme was stolen, but there is not enough brains to reproduce and make it work

- ShireView laughed.
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  1. lime Offline lime
    lime (Lime) 23 December 2021 09: 46
    +1
    And these, it turns out, do not know that the entire superstructure of Zamvolt is made of ... WOOD))
  2. Alexndr p Offline Alexndr p
    Alexndr p (Alexander) 23 December 2021 11: 37
    +3
    before the superstructures of "wooden slabs" the northerners have not yet developed technology

    1. 123 Offline 123
      123 (123) 25 December 2021 00: 50
      +1
      They don't all have the same add-ons. In my opinion, there are two steel ones. Composite proved to be a less expensive alternative for them. And since the series was reduced, no other orders were found. the enterprise was closed.
      https://news.usni.org/2013/09/04/huntington-ingalls-close-gulfport-composite-facility

      ps Characteristically the decisive argument turned out to be cost, it outweighed the benefits in weight reduction. No indication of the fire hazard of composites. hi
  3. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 23 December 2021 12: 02
    +1
    Once there is something left for sure that is not made of paper.
  4. ALEXANDER VILYANY (ALEXANDER VILYANY) 23 December 2021 12: 22
    -3
    while shipbuilding will be steered by dimyrogozins, everything will burn both literally and figuratively ...
    No spies, an arsonist, appoint the head of the grown FOOL and everything will burn .......
  5. Hot Dyusha Offline Hot Dyusha
    Hot Dyusha (Dyusha) 23 December 2021 16: 24
    +2
    I never understood the point of publishing the opinions of Western hamsters. For what? Raise the pressure on the population?
  6. akarfoxhound Offline akarfoxhound
    akarfoxhound 23 December 2021 21: 25
    0
    Why lay out "opinions", albeit foreign, but insanely far from the topic of the Dypbalaev ??? No.
  7. Dear sofa expert. 24 December 2021 00: 32
    +4
    after all, Mexico now has a GDP higher than that of Russia, that toothless bear

    Interestingly, what is the GDP of Afghanistan, since he gave America the ass itself?)

    or here's another ..

    It looks like the Tu-144 and the Sputnik V vaccine. The scheme was stolen, but there is not enough brains to reproduce and make it work

    The Russian Tu - 144, unlike the Concorde, flies ... well, even if at least in the guise of a bomber, but ... it flies. And Sputnik, maybe not better, but not worse than all sorts of "bayontechs", with which they began to prick some of the "chosen by God" in the 4th circle, and God knows that this circle is not the last.
  8. maiman61 Offline maiman61
    maiman61 (Yuri) 24 December 2021 06: 08
    0
    One Georgian smartass was not afraid of rusty Russian tanks, then chewed his tie with gusto! Naglo-Saxons, stock up on ties, as you are even dumber than this Georgian!
    1. NatiKoshka_87 Offline NatiKoshka_87
      NatiKoshka_87 (Ela) 25 December 2021 03: 01
      0
      Quote: maiman61
      One Georgian smartass was not afraid of rusty Russian tanks, then chewed his tie with gusto! Naglo-Saxons, stock up on ties, as you are even dumber than this Georgian!

      He is not overwhelmingly Georgian, and not clean. He is Armenian and especially by his grandfather. Therefore, before becoming Saakashvili, he used to have a surname Sahakyan / Saakov, which was changed to a Georgian one, for the reason that if you want to achieve something in Georgia, like to be a respected person and your own among Georgians, you must be a bearer of a Georgian surname. Otherwise, there is no way a stranger.
      1. maiman61 Offline maiman61
        maiman61 (Yuri) 25 December 2021 20: 49
        0
        Yes, even a Martian! And I ate my tie with gusto!
        1. NatiKoshka_87 Offline NatiKoshka_87
          NatiKoshka_87 (Ela) 27 December 2021 05: 32
          0
          Quote: maiman61
          Yes, even a Martian! And I ate my tie with gusto!

          From fear and not that you start to chew and with appetite.
  9. avg Offline avg
    avg (Alexander) 24 December 2021 12: 16
    0
    About the same, from which the pride of Her Majesty's fleet was built the destroyer Sheffield.
  10. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 26 December 2021 22: 13
    0
    So earlier, during the Great Patriotic War, in the beginning, aircraft were made of pressed cardboard. So much of it remained, now ships are made of it. It does not sink even after turning over, but the propellers from the aircraft. Everything is one to one, as it used to be.