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  • Long-range cruise missile TAURUS KEPD 350

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS Correction relief Warhead: Penetration, Cassette Application: air-to-ground Country: Germany, Sweden Range: 500 km. year development: 2005 Aviation cruise missile TAURUS KEPD 350 (Target Adaptive Unitary & Dispenser Robotic Ubiquity System / Kinetic Energy Penetrating Destroyer) is designed for long-range precision defeat hardened targets without entering the aircraft carrier within range of enemy air defenses of object.


  • Cruise missile K-10C (complex K-10 Comet-10)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Office for radio Warhead: Concussive-cumulative Application: anti Country: Russia Range: 325 km. year development: 1960 Creating a missile system" air-land "K-10 (" Comet-10 ") was conducted in accordance with the Government Decision February 3, 1955 and a more detailed document of 16 November of the same year.


  • Cruise missile COP1 Comet

  • Basing : Plane management system: Office for radio Warhead: -explosive Application: anti Country: Russia Range: 130 km. year development: 1953 September 8, 1947 issued a decree USSR № 3140-1028, according to which proposed to set up anti-aircraft missiles "Comet" with a range of 100 km. Caters to work on guided missiles had established a special office number 1 (SB-1) subject to the Third Chief Directorate of the Council of Ministers of the USSR.


  • Cruise missile KSR-2 (complex K-16)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: spetsboepripasov, Blast-cumulative Application: anti, anti-radar, air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 220 km. year development: 1959 KSR-2 (product 085) - airborne cruise missile complex K-16, was developed as a replacement for anti-ship missiles COP -1 "Comet". Intended to defeat radar-contrast targets such as sea cruiser displacement of at least 10 tons, as well as ground - railway bridges, dams, etc.


  • Cruise missile DAC-5 (complex K-26)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: spetsboepripasov, high-explosive Application: anti, anti-radar, air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 300 km. year development: 1969 Cruise missile DAC-5 (D-5) as part of K-26 is designed to destroy radar-contrast sea (surface ships) or terrestrial (bridges, dams, power plants) purposes.


  • Cruise missile SCALP

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: Tape Application: air-to-ground Country: France Range: 250 km. year development: 2003 Cruise Missile (CR) SCALP created based firm develops "Matra BAe Dynamics" 1984 launch "Apach" and looks a little different from her.


  • Cruise missile Tomahawk BGM-109 A / C / D

  • Basing : surface ships, submarines management system: Software control, correction for relief Warhead: spetsboepripasov, high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Water-land, Strategy Country: U.S. Range: 2,500 km. year development: 1983 Missile" Tomahawk "includes sea-based cruise missiles from surface or underwater launch, missile launchers, missile fire control system and accessories.


  • Cruise missile air-launched AGM-28A / B Hound Dog

  • Basing : Plane management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 1260 km. year development: 1959 create a cruise missile program (CR)" Hound Dog "was launched in 1956 - March 15, U.S. Air Force General Staff issued a general operational requirement 148 (GOR 148, General Operation Requirement 148) for the development of missiles "air-land", the bearer of which was to become the strategic bomber B-52 "Stratofortress". Each plane was supposed to carry two underwing KR nodes external suspension.


  • Cruise missile air-launched AGM-86B (AGM-86C / D)

  • Basing : Plane management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 2780 km. year development: 1979 Cruise missile AGM-86B is designed to engage stationary, including the strong ground targets: ICBM silos, command centers, industrial and administrative centers of the enemy.


  • Airborne cruise missile ASMP (ASMP-A)

  • Basing : Plane management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: antiship, air-to-ground Country: France Range: 300 km. year development: 1986 Research and development of missiles with powerful nuclear warheads or fusion, suitable for placement in strategic aircraft carrier began in France in the late 1960s years under the leadership of the company "Aerospatiale". In 1970.


  • Cruise missile air-launched Blue Steel

  • Basing : Plane management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: UK Range: 200 km. year development: 1962 In November 1954 the Ministry of Supply of the United Kingdom issued a memorandum in which it stressed that the end of the 1950s the Soviet air defense capabilities of the system is projected to rise so much that the British attempt to break through to strategic bombers main goals to defeat their svobodnopadayuschie thermonuclear bombs will be doomed to failure.


  • Cruise missile Kh-20 (K-20 complex)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: anti, Strategy, air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 600 km. year development: 1960 March 11, 1954 the Council of Ministers of the USSR issued a decree on the establishment of the aviation system missile K-20, which Tupolev OKB-156, designated a leading performer, were instructed to develop a carrier aircraft Tu-95K based on the Tu-95MA (nuclear carrier ammunition). The same document organization appointed by the developers of the complex components.


  • SAM submarines POLYPHEME-SM

  • Basing : submarine chassis, AFV, Portable management system: Fiber Management Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: antitank, antiaircraft Country: France Range: 10 km. year development: 2010 Company Aerospatiale (France) and MBB (Germany) jointly explore vozmozhnostvooruzheniya submarine-fired missiles capable of hitting sglubiny ASW helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft.


  • Maverick AGM-65a (AGM-65b)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Office for radio Warhead: Cumulative Application: air-to-ground Country: U.S. Range: 6 km. year development: 1972 " Maverick "- tactical missile air-to-surface, designed to destroy a wide range of purposes: tanks, armored personnel carriers, surface ships, launchers, Composition Missiles AGM-65A and AGM-65B equipped with a 2-mode solid-TX-481 engines.


  • Maverick AGM-65d

  • Basing : Plane management system: TV GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-ground Country: U.S. Range: 12 km. year development: 1986 " Maverick "AGM-65D - modification of tactical missiles" Maverick "AGM-65A air-to-surface, equipped with thermal homing head.


  • Maverick AGM-65e

  • Basing : Plane management system: Laser GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: air-to-ground Country: U.S. Range: 18 km. year development: 1985 The missile AGM-65e is designed to order the U.S. Marine Corps Command.


  • Maverick AGM-65f

  • Basing : Plane management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: anti Country: U.S. Range: 9 km. year development: 1986 " Maverick "AGM-65F - modification of tactical missiles" Maverick "AGM-65A air-to-surface, equipped with thermal homing head.


  • 15ZH65 intercontinental ballistic missile Topol-M (RS-12M2)

  • Basing : chassis management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: Russia Range: 11000 km. year development: 2000 In late 1993, Russia announced the development of new Russian missiles, designed to become the basis of a promising group of the Strategic Missile Forces.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile HGM-25A Titan-1

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 11300 km. year development: 1962 The genealogy ICBM" Titan-1 "is from January 1955, when the U.S. Air Force decided to" duplicate "was already created when the first American ICBM" Atlas " by selecting another group of main contractors, as well as through the use of a core set of design solutions - primarily through the use of serial communication circuit stages, as well as through the use of standard type design scheme missiles (with power set housing). The study of this concept began in July 1954 under the authority of the Scientific Advisory Committee on the establishment of an ICBM (The ICBM Scientific Advisory Committee). This concept was generally welcomed the General Headquarters of the U.S. Air Force in April 1955, and in October 1955, after considering a number of options, the contractor for the development of the rocket itself and some of its systems, the company was named "Glenn L. Martin Aircraft Company "(later" Martin Marietta "). She was named the main contractor for the project as a whole.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile LGM-25C Titan-2

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 15,000 km. year development: 1962 Deployment of scientific research related to improving the combat effectiveness of the first generation of American ICBMs (Atlas-D, E, F; Titan I), started before the these missiles on board.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile LGM-30A / B Minuteman-1

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 9200 km. year development: 1962 ICBM" Minuteman "refers to intercontinental missiles" second generation ", which differ from the IDB" first generation "with expander (" ; Atlas "," Titan ") using solid propellant, smaller in size and weight, increased reliability and less time preparing for launch.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile LGM-30F Minuteman-II

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 11000 km. year development: 1965 Create a new ballistic missile, originally bore the designation of HSM-80F, started in March 1962, when the U.S. Air Force signed with the corporation" Boeing "contract to develop promising missiles, a further development of ICBMs "Minuteman-IB". Subcontractors contract is firm: "Thiokol" - development of the first stage of the march; "Aerojet General" - development of the second stage of the march; "Hercules" - development of the third stage of the march; "Hercules" and "Atlantic Research" - auxiliary solid propellant; "Autonetics" - the development of the control system and the onboard computer on electronic components development and production of "Texas Instruments"; AVCO - warhead development; "Tracor" - to develop a set decoys.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile LGM-30G Minuteman-3

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 13000 km. year development: 1972 The decision to create a new ballistic missile, which received the designation LGM-30G" Minuteman-3 "was adopted in July 1965.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile LGM-118A Peacekeeper - MX

  • Basing : Mine PU, PU Railway management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 9600 km. year development: 1979 In 1972, a special government commission was engaged in research development prospects of the strategic nuclear forces of the United States until the late 20th century.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile M51

  • Basing : Submarine management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: France Range: 8000 km. year development: 2010 The history of the most modern French M51 SLBM originates in the first half of the 90s, when in 1992 the Minister of Defence of the French Republic has authorized the beginning of scientific research on promising intercontinental missile designed for French class SSBN" ; Le Triomphant "second generation.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile R-7 (8K71) / R-7A (8K74)

  • Basing : Surface PU management system: management via radio, Control Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: Russia Range: 9500 km. year development: 1960 world's first intercontinental ballistic missile R-7 (8K71) - carrying a thermonuclear warhead and could deliver it almost anywhere in the territory of the probable enemy.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile R-9A (8K75)

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: Russia Range: 14000 km. year development: 1964 Based on progress to the beginning of 1958 the progress in the establishment of more efficient engines and warheads with nuclear warheads much smaller mass main constructs Council sent in April 1958 to The Soviet Government a proposal to develop a new intercontinental ballistic missile R-9 propellant "oxygen-kerosene" with an initial mass of about 100 tons of SP Korolev took a great effort to persuade the Council of Chief sign these deals.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile RS-24 yars

  • Basing : chassis management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: Russia Range: 10,000 km. year development: 2010 intercontinental ballistic missile RS-24 (according to unconfirmed reports, the missile has an index 15ZH67) comprising road-mobile missile complex (PGRK) developed cooperation among enterprises, headed by the Moscow Institute of Heat Engineering ( MIT). Chief designer of the complex - J. Solomon.


  • Intercontinental ballistic missile Topol (RS-12M)

  • Basing : chassis management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: Russia Range: 10500 km. year development: 1988 Developing a strategic mobile complex" Topol "15ZH58 (RS-12M) with a three-stage intercontinental ballistic missile, suitable for placement on a self-propelled wheeled chassis (based on solid-fuel ICBM RT-2P) was launched at the Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology under the leadership of Alexander Nadiradze in 1975.


  • ICBMs family Atlas

  • Basing : Mine PU, PU Surface management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Strategic Country: U.S. Range: 14000 km. year development: 1959 The history of the family of an ICBM "Atlas" is traced to the post-war period, when in 1946 the U.S. Army Air Forces signed with the corporation "Consolidated Vultee Aircraft" (later called "Convair") contract to build experimental single-stage rocket MX-774 for testing promising technologies ICBM with a range of 9300km.




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