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  • 302-mm multiple rocket launcher WS-1B (WS-1)

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Cassette Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: China Range: 180 km. year development: 1993 multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) WS-1B is designed for strikes on key targets in rear of the enemy, including military bases, staging, missiles launchers, airports and transportation hubs, administrative and industrial centers.


  • 375-mm rocket complex anti-Bofors

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: -explosive Application: Antisubmarine Country: Sweden Range: 3 km. year development: 1954 375-mm anti-reactive complex (PKK) Bofors designed to provide anti-submarine and anti-torpedo defense of surface ships in shallow waters and in coastal waters.


  • Aeroballistic missile AGM-69A SRAM

  • Basing : Plane management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: air-to-ground Country: U.S. Range: 185 km. year development: 1971 The idea of creating missile AGM-69A SRAM (Short Range Attack Missile - shock short-range missiles), appeared in one of a whole range of programs the first half of the 60s - the complex, which was aimed at improving the effectiveness of strategic bombers in the U.S. for her new conditions in the presence of a probable enemy (ie, primarily the USSR) highly complex forces and air defense systems, which overcoming planes Strategic Air Command (SAC) United States was considered unlikely without unacceptable losses in technology and personnel.


  • AMRAAM AIM-120

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: U.S. Range: 180 km. year development: 1991 Managed all-weather missile (SD) class" air - air "medium-range AIM-120, which had originally designation AMRAAM (Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile) developed by" Hughes Aircraft Co " ;. The missile entered service in the U.S. Air Force in 1991.


  • Antirockets LIM-49A Spartan

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: Office for radio Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: missile Country: U.S. Range: 750 km. year development: 1965 antirockets "Spartan" LIM-49A was developed in 1965 and was intended to ensure intercept ballistic missile warheads at high altitudes in the atmosphere.


  • Antirockets Sprint

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: Office for radio Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: missile Country: U.S. Range: 40km. year development: 1964 antirockets "Sprint" was developed in 1964 by the American firm "Martin Orlando" and is designed to intercept warheads of intercontinental ballistic missiles and medium-range missiles at relatively low altitudes after their entry into the atmosphere.


  • Aviation Aeroballistic missile Kh-15

  • Basing : Plane management system: radar seeker, Control Warhead: spetsboepripasov, high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Penetration Application: anti, anti-radar, air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 300 km. year development: 1980 Aviation Aeroballistic missile Kh-15 ("product 115") is intended to provide a breakthrough of enemy air defenses range aircraft, the destruction of long-range air defense systems of type "Patriot", "Hawk" and stationary ground targets.


  • Aviation-launched anti-APR 3 Eagle-M

  • Basing : Airplane, Helicopter management system: sonar GOS Warhead: -explosive Application: Antisubmarine Country: Russia Range: 2 km. year development: 1990 Aviation-launched anti APR-3/APR-3M" Eagle-M "is designed to defeat modern and advanced submarines, including multipurpose nuclear missile, at speed of up to 40 knots submerged (at depths up to 800m), periscope and buoyancy and surface ships in all areas of the oceans, including in areas with shallow depths (60-150m), at sea up to 6 points . Development missiles "Eagle" with turbovodometnym engine was started NIIPGM (later CRI "Gidropribor" St. Petersburg, currently of SSPE "Region") in 1969, almost simultaneously with the rocket "Hawk" ( APR-2). Turbovodometny engine created in the Bureau of Plant "Saturn" under the leadership of A. M. Cradles.


  • Long-range missile Meteor

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: UK, Germany, France Range: 100 km. year development: 2012 Aviation guided missile (SD) long-range Meteor designed to engage existing and prospective air targets beyond line of sight, day and night, in the front and back of the hemisphere, on the background of the earth and the active electronic countermeasures.


  • Aircraft missiles Derby (Alto)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: Israel Range: 50 km. year development: 2002 All-weather aircraft missile Derby Medium-range active radar homing head is designed to intercept and destroy highly mobile manned and unmanned enemy day and night, from any direction, the front and rear hemisphere, against underlying surface and the active electronic countermeasures.


  • Aviation missile IRIS-T

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: Germany Range: 25 km. year development: 2005 The guided missile (SD) short-range IRIS-T (Infra Red Imaging Seeker / system - Tail / thrust vector controlled) air-to-air, designed to engage the entire range of air targets in conditions passing maneuver air combat, day and night, in difficult noise conditions.


  • Air missiles MICA

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS GOS Radar Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: France Range: 50 km. year development: 1998 air missiles MICA "dual-use" (small / medium-range) is designed to intercept and destroy highly mobile manned and unmanned enemy day and night, from any direction, the front and rear hemisphere, on the background of the earth and active electronic countermeasures.


  • Aircraft missiles R-3S (K-13, 310 and 310A product)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: Russia Range: 8 km. year development: 1962 homing air-launched rocket R-3S (K-13, 310 and 310A product) belongs to a class of missiles "air" and is designed to arm fighters attacking targets in the rear hemisphere.


  • Aviation missile R-23 (K-23)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS GOS Radar Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: Russia Range: 25 km. year development: 1973 With the introduction of Soviet troops air defense systems fighter-bombers of the NATO countries taking action at extremely low altitudes.


  • Aircraft missiles R-24 (K-24)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS GOS Radar Warhead: Rod Application: air-to-air Country: Russia Range: 50 km. year development: 1981 Before adopting the MiG-23M with R-23 to jointly address the Air Force, the Ministry of Aviation and defense industries in 1973.


  • Aircraft missiles R-27 (K-27)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS GOS Radar Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Rod Application: air-to-air Country: Russia Range: 130 km. year development: 1987 In accordance with the decree of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the USSR Council of 26 June 1974.


  • Aviation missile medium-range R-40 (K-40)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS GOS Radar Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: Russia Range: 60 km. year development: 1979 Development missiles K-40 began the transition from heavy fighters of the E-150 with K-9 and K-8 to a two - to motor plane - the future of the MiG-25. Conceptual design of new aircraft variations in S-155 interceptor and reconnaissance E-155R was released in 1961.


  • Aircraft missiles V3E A-Darter

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-air Country: South Africa Range: 10 km. year development: 2011 Managed avatsionnye short-range missiles V3E A-Darter are designed to intercept and destroy airplanes and helicopters of all types of unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles with active information, firing and maneuvering countering enemy.


  • Aviation missile Kh-66

  • Basing : Plane management system: Office for radio Warhead: Cumulative , high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 10 km. year development: 1968 With the increasing speed and altitude accuracy frontline aircraft use traditional weapons dropped sharply.


  • Aviation tactical missile AS-30L

  • Basing : Plane management system: Laser GOS Warhead: Cumulative Application: air-to-ground Country: France Range: 11 km. year development: 1983 High-precision guided missile AS-30L class" air-land "is designed to engage various ground and sea targets, including bridges, armored vehicles, surface ships.


  • Aviation tactical missile Kh-23 Thunder

  • Basing : Plane management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 10 km. year development: 1973 In 1973, fighter aircraft armament was adopted tactical missile Kh-23. The missile was designed to destroy ground small targets and small ships.


  • Aviation tactical missile Kh-25ML

  • Basing : Plane management system: Laser GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 10 km. year development: 1981 Aviation tactical missile Kh-25ML laser homing head is designed to hit small moving and stationary ground (surface) targets: radars and launchers SAM complexes, aircraft parking and open shelters in the lungs, lung, bridges and ferries, small craft, railroad trains and other purposes.


  • Aviation tactical missile Kh-25MR

  • Basing : Plane management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 10 km. year development: 1981 Aviation tactical missile Kh-25MR with radio command guidance system designed to destroy small ground and single surface targets.


  • Aviation tactical missile Kh-29L

  • Basing : Plane management system: Laser GOS Warhead: Penetration Application: air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 10 km. year development: 1980 missile Kh-29L is designed to engage in normal weather conditions ground targets, such as: strong shelter for planes, stationary rail and highway bridges, industrial buildings, warehouses, concreted runways.


  • Aviation tactical missile Kh-29T

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: Penetration Application: air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 12 km. year development: 1980 The Kh-29T is designed to engage visually visible ground and surface targets type: reinforced concrete shelters, stationary zheleznldorozhnye and highway bridges, industrial buildings, warehouses, concreted runways, ships and landing craft . Development Kh-29T with television homing began in KB "Lightning" under the leadership of MR Bisnovatyi, further work has been transferred to the ICD "Vympel". Aircraft carrier: Su -17M4 and Su-24M, Su-25, Su-34, Su-35, MiG-29SM, Su-25T, Su-27M and MiG-27K (M, L), the MiG-29M.


  • Of missile Kh-59MK (X-59MK2)

  • Basing : Plane management system: radar seeker, Navigation Warhead: Penetration, Cassette Application: antiship, air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 285 km. year development: 2001 The guided missile Kh-59MK extended range" air-surface "with active radar homing missiles is a modification of the X-59M with a television- command guidance system and is designed to engage a wide range of radar-contrast surface targets at any time both simple and difficult weather conditions at sea up to 6 points.


  • Aviation raketnoya system K-22

  • Basing : Plane management system: radar seeker, Control, Correction relief Warhead: spetsboepripasov, Blast-cumulative Application: anti, anti-radar, air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 600 km. year development: 1967 Development aircraft missile system K-22 based on a supersonic bomber "105" (Tu-22, DB-156) with high speed and high-altitude long-range missile K-22 "The Tempest" were initiated by decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR number 426-201 of June 17, 1958 Development of the complex was entrusted Dubna branch of OKB-155 (1966 - IBC "Rainbow", the chief designer AJ Berezniak). The missile was developed in two versions: for defeat radar-contrast point targets (ie, individual ships) and surface targets (aircraft carrier orders convoys ground targets). Guidance system K-22U been developing KB-1 SERC in three versions - with autonomous inertial schislitelem way PAN, as well as active and passive radar homing.


  • Airlines missile attack-In

  • Basing : Helicopter management system: Office for radio Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: Russia Range: 8 km. year development: 2000 Complex" Friendly-In "is designed to defeat modern tanks, infantry combat vehicles, anti-tank missile launchers and SAM, long-gun emplacements and bunker bunker type, low-flying low-speed air targets as well as enemy manpower in shelters.


  • Fighting machine WR-40 Langusta

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Cassette Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: European Union Range: 42 km. year development: 2007 Polish Army was quite enough fighting machines BM-21, but the chassis "Ural-375D" obsolete, replacement parts more difficult to buy, and every year the number is reduced in the Polish army forced to limit the types of motor vehicles.


  • Ballistic missile short-range Pershing-1A (MGM-31A)

  • Basing : Armoured management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Land-Plot Country: U.S. Range: 740 km. year development: 1963 tactical missiles" Pershing-1 "was intended for the benefit of large formations to fire on cities, airfields, military -dumps, troop concentrations and launchers opponent.




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