From the BOD to the destroyer: What fate was in store for "Admiral Vinogradov"

On the eve it became known that the anti-submarine ship (BOD) of the Pacific Fleet "Admiral Vinogradov" will undergo a deep modernization, which will raise the status of the warship to the level of a frigate. However, if you deal with the range of weapons that the aforementioned ship will receive in the future, it is possible that the Pacific Fleet may acquire another full-fledged destroyer at the exit.

As a result of the modernization, in addition to the “Answer” missile system, the Russian anti-submarine ship will receive the “Packet-E / NK” defensive-strike complex, which will allow it to engage surface ships and submarines at a distance of up to 10 km, as well as effectively intercept enemy torpedoes at a distance of 100 to 800 meters. ...

In addition, the updated "Admiral Vinogradov" will have 48 attack missiles, which will be distributed throughout the hull. The range of missile weapons will include "Calibers", "Onyxes" and even the newest "Zircons". All this will allow our ship to hunt not only for enemy submarines, but also for entire aircraft carrier groups.

But that's not all. The upgraded ship will be equipped with four Uranus complexes with 16 smart Kh-35U missiles, and the ship will be protected from air attacks by the Shtil-1 medium-range air defense system, which operates simultaneously on 12 targets at a distance of 70 km.

The declared armament of the modernized "Admiral Vinogradov" is really impressive. However, the basic version of the ship at the end of November did an excellent job with the task, "driving" the American destroyer from Russian territorial waters.

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  1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
    gunnerminer (gunner miner) 26 December 2021 11: 29
    The declared armament of the modernized "Admiral Vinogradov" is really impressive.

    Yes. Amazing striking power. OSK, possessing enviable competence in repair and modernization of ships, will keep within a couple of years. A maximum of three years. Judging by the latest news and news from shipbuilding and repair. Keep it up! Mr. Rakhmanov is not sick.
  2. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 26 December 2021 14: 22
    Admiral Vinogradov - Project 1155 large anti-submarine ship. Hull number - 572. Named after Admiral N. I. Vinogradov. Wikipedia
    Length: 163 m
    Start of construction: February 5, 1986
    Launching: June 4, 1987
    Draft: 6,2 m
    Anti-submarine weapons: SJSC "Polynom" (8 PLUR 85RU); 2х12-213 mm RBU-6000
    Mine-torpedo armament: 2 x 533 mm TA ChTA-53-1155 (8 torpedoes 53-65K, SET-65 or PLUR 85RU)
    Radar weapons: MR-145; Radar "Fregat"

    If not for the Soviet "galoshes", would Putin modernize? Oh, and a disgrace!
    1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
      gunnerminer (gunner miner) 26 December 2021 16: 51
      Yes. SJSC "Polynom" is of course a bit old. BUGAS is not present. PLUR 85RU gives a high probability of hitting an underwater maneuvering target of 85% in the variant with nuclear warheads. -65III are outdated 30 years ago. We need long-range torpedoes analogous to Black Sharck with telecontrol via an optical cable. 53-65K is still so low. But a short cruising range, only 19 km, and then forward. On a snake, about 16 km.
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  4. Pavel57 Offline Pavel57
    Pavel57 (Paul) 28 December 2021 02: 02
    The ammunition load of the Packets is small, given that it is not realistic to reload them at sea.
    48 slots for all types of attack missiles. 8 minimum must be reserved for Answer. Remains 40 for Caliber and Yakhonts.
    16 uraniums and Calm instead of Dirk.
    Certainly better than Shaposhnikov.

    After modernization, the tactics of ousting the intruder in bulk will be an unaffordable luxury.
    1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
      gunnerminer (gunner miner) 28 December 2021 10: 21
      Torpedo armament is frankly weak. Such Shaposhnikovs are required more, especially for the beggar KKTOF. The repair time is unacceptable. A real revolutionary modernization of all shipyards is required. Otherwise, there will be a movement according to the doctrine - "The nose was pulled out, the tail got stuck."