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분류없음2011.01.20 18:50
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천안함 폭침에 동원된 것으로 보이는 북한의 연어급 잠수함 단면도입니다

이 단면도는 북한이 처음 이란에 수출한 4척의 연어급 잠수함에다 이란에서 자체 건조된 연어급 잠수함 7척에 관한
공개정보를 이용, 추정한 것입니다

이 단면도를 작성한 사람은 익명을 요구하는 외국 아마츄어 군사전문가로 80%정도 정확할 것이라고 밝혔습니다

MS-20 또는 IS-120으로 불리는 이 연어급 잠수함은 길이가 29미터, 높이가 3.2미터로 추정되며
이 도면에는 잠수함 앞부분과 뒷부분은 물론 어뢰등 무기가 여러무기가 장착된 중간 3개 지점의 단면도가 그려져 있습니다  

또 533mm 어뢰 2기의 위치를 포함해 잠수함의 23개 부분의 기능등을 설명하고 있습니다

이 아마츄어 전문가는 지난해 12월 25일 시크릿 오브 코리아에 이메일에 이메일을 통해 이 단면도를 전해 왔으며
그동안에도 이메일을 통해 여러 소식을 전해 왔었습니다

아마추어 전문가에게 감사드리며 익명을 밝힐 수 없는 데 대해 양해를 바랍니다

연어급잠수정 단면도-안치용

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Ghadir Class Midget Submarine


Quantity in Service: 5+ (3 min)
Dimensions: L 29m, W 2.75m
Displacement : 120 tons dived
Crew: ?
Endurance: ?
Speed (est): 11kts surfaced, 8kts submerged
Powerplant: Diesel-electric

Armament: 2 x 533mm (21”) torpedo tubes with 2 torpedoes, Skhval rocket torpedoes or ~4 mines. Possibly submarine launched anti-ship missiles but unsubstantiated.

Of North Korean design, the IS-120 Ghadir (Qadir) submarine closely resembles the North Korean “P-4 Class”.

Some models of the Ghadir appear to have conventional cruciform tail fins with conventional propeller instead of the North Korean sub’s unconventional control plane arrangement and co-axel twin propeller. Photos of a production boat however show the unusual under-tail hydroplane position as per the North Korean boats. The coaxil twin props of the P-4 is replaced by a single skewed skrew in the usual place, plus a small ducted skrew mounted above, possible steerable. The exact reasoning for the two propellers is not clear but it is likely that the smaller one is intended for slow/quite running and counter-drift. Its mast and unusual snorkel (which folds backwards into the hull -casing when not in use) is almost identical however. It is possible that there are several iterations of boat with varying tail arrangements and snort-mast stowage (some appear to remain above the deck when folded).

Another charactristic which has yet to be explained is a small container mounted externally on the forward deck just ahead of the sail. This resembles an oil drum. One guess might be compressed gas.

Estimates of the size of this submarine vary greatly but video evidence confirms that there's barely enough room to stand up in the hull.


These boats are credible littoral submarines well suited to mine laying, infiltration/Special Forces operation and limited anti-surface warfare. Their torpedo tubes could conceivably carry the Shkval rocket torpedo or even submarine launched anti-ship missiles which Iran reportedly has. But their sensor fit is almost certainly basic by contemporary standards limiting their potential against other subs and advanced warships. There is also no reason to suppose that they are particularly quiet, with no signs of raft-mounting for the engines, or accustic tiling, and the shallow water of the Gulf is likely to leave them exposed to anti-submarine warfare.

Google Earth imagery shows a single midget sub moored in Bandar-e Abbas port in 2005, although this looks more like a Nahong class sub to me. In 2008 imagery there are four submarines however:


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Ghadir Class Midget Submarine


Quantity in Service: 5+ (3 min)
Dimensions: L 29m, W 2.75m
Displacement : 120 tons dived
Crew: ?
Endurance: ?
Speed (est): 11kts surfaced, 8kts submerged
Powerplant: Diesel-electric

Armament: 2 x 533mm (21”) torpedo tubes with 2 torpedoes, Skhval rocket torpedoes or ~4 mines. Possibly submarine launched anti-ship missiles but unsubstantiated.

Of North Korean design, the IS-120 Ghadir (Qadir) submarine closely resembles the North Korean “P-4 Class”.

Some models of the Ghadir appear to have conventional cruciform tail fins with conventional propeller instead of the North Korean sub’s unconventional control plane arrangement and co-axel twin propeller. Photos of a production boat however show the unusual under-tail hydroplane position as per the North Korean boats. The coaxil twin props of the P-4 is replaced by a single skewed skrew in the usual place, plus a small ducted skrew mounted above, possible steerable. The exact reasoning for the two propellers is not clear but it is likely that the smaller one is intended for slow/quite running and counter-drift. Its mast and unusual snorkel (which folds backwards into the hull -casing when not in use) is almost identical however. It is possible that there are several iterations of boat with varying tail arrangements and snort-mast stowage (some appear to remain above the deck when folded).

Another charactristic which has yet to be explained is a small container mounted externally on the forward deck just ahead of the sail. This resembles an oil drum. One guess might be compressed gas.

Estimates of the size of this submarine vary greatly but video evidence confirms that there's barely enough room to stand up in the hull.


These boats are credible littoral submarines well suited to mine laying, infiltration/Special Forces operation and limited anti-surface warfare. Their torpedo tubes could conceivably carry the Shkval rocket torpedo or even submarine launched anti-ship missiles which Iran reportedly has. But their sensor fit is almost certainly basic by contemporary standards limiting their potential against other subs and advanced warships. There is also no reason to suppose that they are particularly quiet, with no signs of raft-mounting for the engines, or accustic tiling, and the shallow water of the Gulf is likely to leave them exposed to anti-submarine warfare.

Google Earth imagery shows a single midget sub moored in Bandar-e Abbas port in 2005, although this looks more like a Nahong class sub to me. In 2008 imagery there are four submarines however:


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http://english.hani.co.kr/arti/english_edition/e_international/383303.html

SECRET FILE & PHOTO DOWNLOAD : http://www.docstoc.com/profile/cyan67
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WHITEHOUSE STAFF LIST [NAME-SALARY-POST ETC] http://andocu.tistory.com/283
OBAMA PHYSICAL EXAMINATION REPORT http://andocu.tistory.com/1156
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Marine_Aviation_Plans_Programs_Reference_Guide_DC_Aviation_.pdf http://andocu.tistory.com/1658

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북한군사기지지도 다운로드받기
 http://andocu.tistory.com/1452

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http://andocu.tistory.com/1451

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Ghadir Class Midget Submarine


Quantity in Service: 5+ (3 min)
Dimensions: L 29m, W 2.75m
Displacement : 120 tons dived
Crew: ?
Endurance: ?
Speed (est): 11kts surfaced, 8kts submerged
Powerplant: Diesel-electric

Armament: 2 x 533mm (21”) torpedo tubes with 2 torpedoes, Skhval rocket torpedoes or ~4 mines. Possibly submarine launched anti-ship missiles but unsubstantiated.

Of North Korean design, the IS-120 Ghadir (Qadir) submarine closely resembles the North Korean “P-4 Class”.

Some models of the Ghadir appear to have conventional cruciform tail fins with conventional propeller instead of the North Korean sub’s unconventional control plane arrangement and co-axel twin propeller. Photos of a production boat however show the unusual under-tail hydroplane position as per the North Korean boats. The coaxil twin props of the P-4 is replaced by a single skewed skrew in the usual place, plus a small ducted skrew mounted above, possible steerable. The exact reasoning for the two propellers is not clear but it is likely that the smaller one is intended for slow/quite running and counter-drift. Its mast and unusual snorkel (which folds backwards into the hull -casing when not in use) is almost identical however. It is possible that there are several iterations of boat with varying tail arrangements and snort-mast stowage (some appear to remain above the deck when folded).

Another charactristic which has yet to be explained is a small container mounted externally on the forward deck just ahead of the sail. This resembles an oil drum. One guess might be compressed gas.

Estimates of the size of this submarine vary greatly but video evidence confirms that there's barely enough room to stand up in the hull.


These boats are credible littoral submarines well suited to mine laying, infiltration/Special Forces operation and limited anti-surface warfare. Their torpedo tubes could conceivably carry the Shkval rocket torpedo or even submarine launched anti-ship missiles which Iran reportedly has. But their sensor fit is almost certainly basic by contemporary standards limiting their potential against other subs and advanced warships. There is also no reason to suppose that they are particularly quiet, with no signs of raft-mounting for the engines, or accustic tiling, and the shallow water of the Gulf is likely to leave them exposed to anti-submarine warfare.

Google Earth imagery shows a single midget sub moored in Bandar-e Abbas port in 2005, although this looks more like a Nahong class sub to me. In 2008 imagery there are four submarines however: