USS FARRAGUT’s STRONG RESPONSE MAKES RUSSIAN SHIP TO CHANGE COURSE !


The US Navy said on Friday that a Russian
warship “aggressively approached” a US Navy destroyer while it was operating in the North
Arabian Sea, ignoring warnings from the US vessel and increasing the risk of a collision. The U.S warship was an Arleigh burke class
destroyer USS Farragut and the Russian one was Ivan Hurs, a Yuriy Ivanov class intelligence
collection ship. According to U.S defense officials, the Russian
came as close as 180 feet to the US ship before changing course. The incident dubbed as unsafe or provocative
is the latest instance of a close encounter between US and Russian military forces. This comes around seven months after another
incident in the Pacific when US and Russian warships came very close and the US ship had
to perform an emergency maneuver to avoid a collision. In this video Defense Updates analyzes why
Russian warship Yuriy Ivanov had no option but to change course when confronted by USS
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operations in the Middle East, released a statement which stated,
“On Thursday, Jan. 9, while conducting routine operations in the North Arabian Sea, USS Farragut
was aggressively approached by a Russian Navy ship. Farragut sounded five short blasts, the international
maritime signal for danger of a collision, and requested the Russian ship alter course
in accordance with international rules of the road. The Russian ship initially refused but ultimately
altered course.” The statement further added, “While the Russian
ship took action, the initial delay in complying with international rules while it was making
an aggressive approach increased the risk of collision.” As per the reports, the Russian vessel finally
turned away after bridge-to-bridge radio communication was established with USS Farragut. The Russian Defense Ministry responded Friday
by accusing the USS Farragut of initiating dangerous maneuvers. The Defense Ministry said in a statement that
the US Navy’s claim “doesn’t correspond with reality,” and accused the crew of the USS
Farragut of acting “unprofessionally.” The statement stated,
“It was the US Navy destroyer, being on the left of the Russian warship that was moving
forward, grossly violated international rules for preventing collisions of ships at sea
on January 9, 2020, having made a maneuver to cross [the Russian ship’s] course,” The Russian Defense Ministry added further,
“The crew of the Russian warship acted professionally, taking a maneuver that prevented a collision
with the intruder vessel,” Viewers may note that Russia had responded
similarly after the encounter in June, claiming it was the US ship that instigated the incident,
That incident was between Ticonderoga-class cruiser USS Chancellorsville and Russian Udaloy-class
destroyer Admiral Vinogradov. Ivan Khurs is a Yuriy Ivanov class ship. The Yuriy Ivanov class (Project 18280) is
a new type of Russian intelligence collection ship. The class is designed by the JSC Central Design
Bureau Iceberg. The displacement of the ships of this class
is around 4,000 tons and they have a cruising range of approximately 8,000 miles or 13,000
km. The vessels of this class are designed for
providing communication. The first ship, Yuriy Ivanov, was laid down
in 2004 and was launched on 30 September 2013. Ivan Khurs was the second ship of this class
and was launched on 16 May 2017. Russia plans to build at least four ships
of this class by 2020. Ivan Khurs’s armament consists of light
anti-aircraft weapons. The ship on its performance characteristics
and capabilities is considerably superior to similar vessels of previous generations
mainly due to the versatility and high level of automation and systems integration. USS Farragut (DDG-99) is the 49th ship of
the Arleigh Burke class Arleigh Burke-class warships were designed
as multi-mission destroyers capable of Anti Aircraft Warfare (AAW), Anti Submarine Warfare
(ASW) and Anti Surface Warfare (ASuW). She was built by Bath Iron Works and was commissioned
on 10 June 2006 and is currently operating as part of the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft
carrier group. USS Farragut has an overall length of 509
feet (155 m) and a displacement of about 9,200 tons. She is powered by 4 × General Electric LM2500-30
gas turbines producing 100,000 hp (75 MW) that drive 2 shafts. USS Farragut has a speed of 30+ knots (55+
km/h) and a range of 4,400 nmi (8,100 km) The Arleigh Burke class of guided missile
destroyers (DDGs) is the United States Navy’s first class of destroyers built around the
Aegis Combat System. The Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System
is a United States Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency program, developed to provide
missile defense against short to intermediate-range ballistic missiles. Aegis BMD is designed to intercept ballistic
missiles post-boost phase and prior to reentry. It enables USS Farragut to shoot down enemy
ballistic missiles by expanding the Aegis Combat System with the addition of the AN/SPY-1
radar and Standard missile technologies. Aegis BMD-equipped vessels can transmit their
target detection information to other systems and, if needed, engage potential threats using
either the SM-2 or SM-3 missile. The AN/SPY-1 RADAR is an advanced, automatic
detect and track, multifunctional phased-array radar. This high-powered (4 MW) radar is able to
perform search, track and missile guidance functions simultaneously with a capability
of over 100 targets. USS Farragut carries a lethal array of sophisticated
weaponry. It has in total of 96 cell Mk 41 Vertical
Launch System (VLS) divided into two blocks of 32 & 64 cells. These can be configured with the combination
of the following weapons, based on the mission. 1. RIM-66M-5 Standard SM-2MR Block IIIB for Air
Defense & Anti Ship role. 2. RIM-156A SM-2ER Block IV for Anti Aircraft
& Anti Ship role 3. RIM-161 SM-3 for Ballistic missile defense. It can also be used as an Anti-satellite weapon. 4. RIM-162A ESSM for anti-missile role. It can be quad packed in single Mk 41 cell. 5. RIM-174A Standard ERAM or SM 6 for anti-air
warfare including Ballistic missile defense. It can also be used as a high speed anti-ship
missile. 6. BGM-109 Tomahawk for land attack. 7. RUM-139A VL-ASROC anti-submarine missile USS Farragutalso has 2 × Mk 141 Harpoon Missile
Launcher for Anti Ship role as well as 2 × Mark 32 triple torpedo tubes are present for launching
Mk-46 or Mk-50 torpedoes. 2 MH-60R Seahawk LAMPS III helicopters are
available for Anti Submarine Warfare. Other than these, it is equipped with a long-range
5-inch naval gun. The warship is also equipped with are multiple
short-range weapon systems which include the Phalanx CIWS and M242 Bushmaster cannon. The displacement of USS Farragut is more than
twice that of Yuriy Ivanov. It is also a full-fledged offensive platform
Yuriy Ivanov has no anti ship capability whereas USS Farragut has multiple weapons for that
role. USS Farragut has the ability to take out Yuriy
Ivanov from both short and long ranges. It is good that the sane minds prevailed and
Yuriy Ivanov moved out of the way, it was no match for the USS Farragut. But this kind of encounter is getting increasingly
frequent and one of the reasons behind this is Russia’s newfound confidence. Recently Russian ship Victor Leonov which
is equipped with electronic surveillance gear was lurking off the East Coast of the United
States. To know more on that, viewers can check the
video on the above card. Belligerence and rough maneuvers can lead
to a skirmish between two of the most powerful countries in the world and both the counties
need to be careful about his going forward.

100 thoughts on “USS FARRAGUT’s STRONG RESPONSE MAKES RUSSIAN SHIP TO CHANGE COURSE !

  1. Absolute bullshit and you have no god damn idea what youre talking about XAXAZAXAXAZXAXAXAXAXXAXAXAXAZAZXAXXAXAXXA

  2. The Russians should not be playing these reckless games. Submarines and aircraft carriers spontaneously combust. Limited tugboats. Rust increasing. Fleet dwindling.

  3. HMS Sheffield is sunk by an Argentinian Exocet missile in the Falklands war 1982. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUZu8bvxJs4

  4. Russia was already changing course…America…this is dangerous to play with such a rhetoric…I member when American ships use to change course qhen ze british ships got close…then britain lost everything…so, don't be arrogant mcmerika…the world is very much bigger than you are…and there's enough civilized nations now to completely dismantle America forever, and for good. If you want to get us all put in russian gulags by being pompous, then we'll cut your fucking throats…don't underestimate your enemy…just look at obama, ze bushs, hillary, trump…all laughing stocks to the rest of the world…America hasn't had a respectable leader since Kennedy. Just alot of deep state shadow government puppets…and trump's the fattest biggest puppet of them all…guess what it means when you admire a puppet, you get to be with other puppets, in puppet land, where reality never comes close to you.

  5. Russia's Intel Ship did not back down like the click bait title says.
    I'm starting to think
    This is where empty deluded minds congregate

  6. My theory is that this was a data-gathering MISSION. The Russians needed to get the Faragut to turn on it's anti-collision notifications and defenses plus the crew's reactions, and record the data. This data is critical in the design of offensive weapons platforms and strategy planning. Especially for assault scenarios from brown water swarms. But that's just my theory. They sure as hell didn't use their expensive intel-gathering ship just to piss off the American DD captain!

  7. The international Rules of the sea state PORT gives way To STARBOARD, therefore the US ship should have given way to the Russian ship. As the ships Courses looked set to cross it was the US ships duty to either slow down or change course to port to prevent the ships colliding.

  8. IT'S TIME TO START FIRING AT THESE MOTHER F*CKERS WHO WANT TO PLAY CHICKEN WITH THE MOST POWERFUL FORCE ON EARTH… THIS SH*T IS STARTING TO PISS ME OFF…. YOU DIRECT YOUR SHIP AT ONE OF OUR WARSHIPS IT IS A DIRECT THREAT AND NEEDS TO BE TREATED LIKE ONE – WITH THE WEAPONS MY US MILITARY HAVE TRAINED TO UTILIZE IN ORDER TO DOMINATE THE SEA – LAND – AIR – AND – SPACE.

  9. So, lets see if I got this straight, Russian communication ship armed with light AA weapons, .."Aggressively Approaches" ….Fully armed American destroyer loaded with everything from a 5inch naval gun to anti satellite weapons, and, not only anti ship missiles, but several different kinds of anti ship missiles …. Is there Russian Kamikaze Sailors then? …Who knew, I'm so glad the defenders of Freedom managed to survive and hope appropriate counselling helps to ease the trauma.

  10. I SAY WE STRIKE THEIR NAVY PORT TO THE BLACK SEA – THEIR SYRIAN PORT – AND F*CKING COMPLETELY DESTROY IT – AND TELL RUSSIA – WE ARE NOT F*CKING AROUND OR PLAYING THESE F*CKING GAMES ANY LONGER – And no – the sh*t hole country will not get a chance to steal one of our toilets – nasty f*cking frozen sh*t maggots….

  11. The last time I remember a Russian trawler, the Yupiter, that my ship encountered during a six-month deployment. The ship wasn't being aggressive to us.

  12. Great video. Thank you for using footage of the event. My feedback would be to use more video footage instead of a slideshow in the future. Seeing the Iron Dome in action is going to help your viewer understand it better, and help you describe it better, for example. When the medium is video, never just say what you could also show.

  13. I don’t really know how maritime rules work but…doesn’t the Russian have the “right of way”?
    Let me just say I’m pro American, I’m not criticizing but couldn’t the Americans me the ones messing with the Russians? They’re always teasing each other

  14. It would be great if Russia and US agreed not to use nuclear weapons, and had a one on one fight in Syria! Every other weapon is free game! I'm down for this, I'm tired of Russia and their bullshit! Let's just handle this shit in the streets of Syria and let's just bang it out! Russians are overrated, poor, shitty Tech, under populated, and really afraid! Only Trumps folks thinks Russians are strong! They're not!

  15. Here is about f22, Swedish reporter interview with us raptor pilot said that f22 has two flaws maintenance, parts hard to get but worst was over Syria when sukhoj 35s picked up the f22 on its radar and came behind him and could take him out said the pilot from squadron 380, here is the link translate it from Swedish to English and cry, best part begins about in the middle of the article 😂 https://www.nyatider.nu/usa-drar-tillbaka-f-22-fran-mellanostern-beslutet-avslojar-tva-stora-svagheter/

  16. Bro Russia will blow there piece of shit us air craft carriers away turn there ships into floating grave yards do your research

  17. The statment about the carriers actually can from a us navy expert warning the navy about Russia ability to sink their multi billion dollar air craft carriers.

  18. HEY DEFENSE UPDATES , REPORT ON THE FIST FIGHT BETWEEN US TROOPS VS RUSSIAN TROOPS AND HOW SOME RUSKIES ENDED UP IN A HOSPITAL'S EMERGENCY ROOM !

    https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20191230-us-and-russian-soldiers-in-syria-fist-fight/

  19. I don't think it's the hawk–dove game, probably the Russian intelligence ship needed to get close enough to acquire signals data from the American ship

  20. Russian spyship trying to get signals intel on US MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS – Staying the course is the correct move for the US Navy Destroyer – the Russian Spy toilet thief tugboat having changed navigation route 4 times while the US Destroyer stayed the course – means again, the toilet tugboat was in the wrong – and could have been taken out by the US Destroyer as the radical navigation changes was a direct threat to the US Destroyer and could have been looked at as a pirated ship for one as it did not respond until it was almost too late – and two – could have been a direct threat to the US Destroyer as it tried to ram the US Destroyer. The US Destroyer took action to avoid collision by being first to USE SIGNALS TO GAIN ATTENTION OF THE ONCOMING SHIP by blowing the horn. Also – "TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMES" were not followed and rarely are by China and Russia – being a signals spy ship – russia's shithole toilet stealing tugboat – they should have known better or are too retarded to know how to set navigational routes they are going to take – radically changing course many times by russian tolet stealing tugboat has RUSSIA IN THE WRONG as they were not in shipping lanes from the get go – crossing them on purpose to create a change course situation on purpose. PROPER USE OF RADAR EQUIPMENT INCLUDING LONG RANGE SCAN TO OBTAIN EARLY WARNING OF RISK OF COLLISION IN RADAR PLOTTING OR EQUIVALENT SYSTEMATIC OBSERVATIONS OF DETECTED OBJECTS – THE RISK WAS THERE – THE RUSSIAN SHIP IS SMALLER THAN THE US DESTROYER – COMMON SENSE IS THUS – US DESTROYER KEEPING THEIR HEADING – RUSSIAN BOAT IGNORES SIGNALS AND COMMUNICATIONS AND NOT DOING THEIR OWN SIGNALS OR COMMUNICATIONS THAT THEY SHOULD HAVE DONE FIRST HAS DUMBA$$ RUSSIA IN THE WRONG

  21. russia loves to do aggression, when i saw this video, i was like that russian ship wont be able to take on the US destroyer

  22. Trying to convince us that you the good.. Dont think so.. It reminds me uss Enterprise i dont care who you are.. This is lighthouse speaking.. Turn or crash haha

  23. COLREGS international rules of the road state that in a vessel "crossing" situation a vessel gives "right of way" to any vessel approaching from ahead to 120° aft, when that vessel in incoming from the starboard side. There is always a stand on and a give way vessel. ALL COUNTRIES VESSELS internationally agee to this. Sadly, it appears that our USA Navy is in the wrong. "We're the us navy get out of our way" Also the Container cargo ships crashes was the same situation. Now, if that other ship intenationally got in on USA Navy ships starboard side then drastically altered course then that is different.

  24. I not sure, but this doesn't look like the Russians were exactly scared. It's not like they were gonna play cat and mouse for 4 hours. They're making a statement letting the Americans know that these waters are not uncontested any longer.

  25. USA war ship was going to attack the RUSSIA war ship if the approach was made by Iran or any other weak nation. Cowards! Why didn't you fire shots to Russia war ship when they risked your life???

    Your predecessors were far intelligent and powerful than current so-called USA.

  26. There is a whole lot more going on here than Russian aggression. An intel ship moving in close proximity to a state of the art warship? Either picking up signals or recording reactionary measures

  27. I still don't get why Japan has DDGs that look Identicle to the U.S.'s DDGs. That's not wise. They could one day intentionally push us into war!

  28. Just tell the story about the 2 Ships at sea. You waste time on all the stats. The one that starts the fight lyes about it.

  29. I have an electoral magnetic pulse device able to operate with in a radious of 60km this will direct multifunction an cheap in the Russian ships during aggression

  30. The U.S. Navy needs to build a new class of Battleship.Based on Iowa Class .15 inches of harded Steel 9 16 inch Guns with rocket boosted shells 8 5 inch guns 100 cells for anti ship and anti air missiles.That would make Russia and China mess their pants.

  31. They are eyeing each other, gathering information on radar strengths.. Mostly though Russians are avoiding too much confrontation they wont be like that forever

  32. Don't get too close to a Russian ship. The wake might break up the rust on the Roosky boat and when it sinks they will blame it on US.

  33. Can’t we drag an anchor chain or something behind the ship to tangle up the other ship. Or slip a diver underwater to attach some devices on the hull of the Russian ship.

  34. Why does youtube, with all their algarythmic genius and ad savvy ways still insist on thrusting a wanna-be scientist, Neil D T? Is he the new commie /diversity Bill Nye sellout??!?☠️

  35. I’m sure the Russkies are shaking in their boots, just knowing that we can send in our gazillion dollar Zumwalt without a gun.

  36. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz aren't you guys getting tired of this pathetic bullshit.

  37. The Russian was trying to cut off the towed sonar array if it was deployed. The other ship was standing by to capture it, if they succeeded.

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