But the professor also said the Russian quest for a carrier is serious.
Great nations have carriers, Russia considers itself a great nation, and therefore the ship would be a symbol of national revival and destiny.
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Construction took place at the Black Sea Shipyard in Ukraine—often called Nikolayev South Shipyard 444.
It’s an old facility, dating back to the 18th century when Prince Grigory Potemkin signed orders in 1789 authorizing new docks to repair Russian naval vessels damaged during the Russo-Turkish War.
Construction took place at the Black Sea Shipyard in Ukraine—often called Nikolayev South Shipyard 444. It sounds childish, but there are basic human motives at work here.”“It’s not all about the roles and missions carriers execute,” he said.
It’s an old facility, dating back to the 18th century when Prince Grigory Potemkin signed orders in 1789 authorizing new docks to repair Russian naval vessels damaged during the Russo-Turkish War. “It’s about national destiny and dignity.”But by the mid ’90s, Russian naval vessels were rusting at their moorings, sailors served without pay and the United States stepped in to help deactivate Soviet-era nuclear submarines and provide security for the Russian nuclear arsenal.“The Soviets weren’t dumb,” Holmes explained.
The ship’s designers planned three elevators—each capable of carrying 50 tons—to move aircraft to and from the cavernous hanger deck. Naval War College, explained that the Soviets wanted to create a defensive “blue belt” in their offshore waters. Russia could defend the homeland while providing safe patrol areas for ballistic-missile subs performing nuclear deterrent missions.“Those ‘boomers’ need to disappear for weeks at a time into safe depths,” Holmes said. There was only so much to go around for ‘luxury fleet’ projects.”“Bottom line, if you can’t afford to keep the existing fleet at sea, where are you going to get the money to complete your first nuclear-powered supercarrier, a vessel that will demand even more manpower that you can’t afford?
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Plus, the carrier would have had helicopters for search-and-rescue work and anti-submarine warfare missions.. The “blue belt” was a combination of land, sea and air power that would work together to thwart U. “Soviet supercarriers could have helped out with the air- and surface-warfare components of a blue-belt defense, chasing off U. Navy task forces that steamed into Eurasian waters.”Ulyanovsk.“There’s also the keeping-up-with-the-Joneses aspect to carrier development,” Holmes continued. ”(This first appeared in 2015.)But Russia now seems willing to revive its supercarrier dream.
“The navy will have an aircraft carrier,” Russian navy chief Adm. “The research companies are working on it.”indicate that designers are in the early phases of planning a new carrier class that would be slightly larger than the Holmes estimates the cost of a new Russian carrier could be as much as .5 billion and take up to seven years to complete.
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