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  • Antiaircraft missile Roland-2

  • Basing : chassis, Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: France Range: 6 km. year development: 1981 Weatherproof self-propelled anti-aircraft missile system "Roland-2" with a system of radar target tracking and missile was developed by "Messerchmitt-Bolkow-Blohm" (Germany) together with " ; Aerospatiale-Matra "(France) and is able to destroy targets flying at speeds up to M = 1.2 at altitudes from 15m to 5.5km and at distances from 500m to 6.3km.


  • Antiaircraft missile Roland-3

  • Basing : chassis management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Germany, France Range: 11 km. year development: 1988 Weatherproof self-propelled anti-aircraft missile system near field "Roland-3" is designed and manufactured by EADS Euromissile and MBDA.


  • Of MANPADS Sea wolf

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: UK Range: 6 km. year development: 1973 Anti-aircraft missile complex" Sea wolf "is designed for short-range shooting group subsonic and supersonic low-flying goals.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex Spada

  • Basing : chassis management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Italy Range: 15 km. year development: 1980 All-weather air defense missile system of medium-range "Spada" is designed for defense airbases, groupings and other important military and political and administrative facilities.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex Tracked Rapier

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: UK Range: 7 km. year development: 1978 Self-propelled anti-aircraft missile system" Tracked Rapier "is intended to cover direct combat formations of land forces in combat and on the march and provides engage aerial targets at ranges of 0.5-7 km and altitudes of 30 up to 3600m.


  • Aircraft missile systems S-300F (Fort)

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 93 km. year development: 1985 Anti-aircraft complex S-300F is designed to protect ships from attack by the Order of modern and advanced aircraft, cruise missiles and other air threats, including maneuvering and flying at extremely low heights above the water surface.


  • Aircraft missile systems S-300FM (Fort-M)

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 120 km. year development: 1995 S-300FM" Fort-M "is for defense order ships from the massive attacks of various air attacks: aircraft, anti-ship cruise missiles, including maneuvers and flying at extremely low altitudes.


  • Air defense missile-gun system Skyshield-ADATS

  • Basing : chassis management system: Office of the laser beam Warhead: Cumulative Application: Antiaircraft Country: Switzerland Range: 8 km. year development: 1998 The anti-aircraft missile and artillery system (SPAR) near deychstviya "Skyshield-ADATS", developed by "Oerlikon Contraves", designed to defeat tactical aircraft, attack helicopters, cruise missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles operating at low and extremely low altitudes at subsonic and supersonic speeds at any time of the day at a range of up to 8 km. complex can be used for ground attack armored targets.


  • Air defense missile-gun system 2K22 Tunguska

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 8 km. year development: 1982 The anti-aircraft missile and gun system 2K22 "Tunguska" is intended for air defense of motorized rifle and tank units on the march and in all forms of combat, defeat provides low-flying targets, including including "hovering" helicopter.


  • Air defense missile-gun system LAV-AD

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: U.S. Range: 8 km. year development: 1998 The anti-aircraft missile and artillery system (SPAR) near deychstviya "LAV-AD" (Light Armored Vehicle - Air Defence), developed by "General Dynamics Armaments Systems" (USA), is designed to defeat tactical aircraft, attack helicopters, cruise missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles operating at low and extremely low altitudes at subsonic and supersonic speeds at any time of the day at a range of up to 8 km. The complex can also be used to destroy ground targets with the aid of armored gun armament.


  • Air defense missile-gun system Carapace-C1

  • Basing : chassis, AFV, Surface PU management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 20km.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex 2K12 Cube

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 22 km. year development: 1967 Development SAM "Cube" was given by a decree of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the USSR on July 18, 1958 self-propelled anti-aircraft missile system "Cube" (2Q12) is designed to protect ground forces, basically - panzer divisions from air attack flying at medium and low altitudes.


  • Air Defence Missile System 9A34A Gyurza

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 5km.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex 9K31 Strela-1 (Strela-1M)

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 4 km. year development: 1970 Development regimental self-propelled air defense missile system" Strela-1 "began August 25, 1960 in accordance with the Resolution of the USSR Council.


  • Air Defence Missile System 9K33M2 Osa-AK

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 10 km. year development: 1975 Work on the modernization of the "Wasp" in order to expand its zone of destruction and enhance the combat effectiveness (under the code "Osa-A"), in accordance with the Resolution of the CC CPSU and USSR was started in 1971 with an expiration date in 1974 In addition, the decision of the MIC February 7, 1973 number 40 was mandated to conduct developmental work on called "the Wasp-K" variant with increased SAM SAM on military machine to 6 and placing missiles in transport-launch containers.


  • Air Defence Missile System 9K33M3 AKM

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 10 km. year development: 1980 Air Defence Missile System (ADMS) 9K33M3 "AKM" is designed to protect troops on the march and in the mobile forms of combat, as well as strategic ground targets from manned and unmanned aircraft attack on low and medium altitudes.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex 9K33 Osa

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 9 km. year development: 1972 The development of autonomous self-propelled anti-aircraft missile complex troop "Wasp" (9K33) started in accordance with the Decree of the USSR Council of 27 October 1960 First task was to develop self-contained complex with accommodation on a self-propelled floating chassis (combat vehicle) as all weapons of war, including radar and missile launcher, and the means of communication, navigation and topographic location, control, and power sources.


  • Air Defence Missile System 9K35M3 Strela-10M3 (9K35M Strela-10M)

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 5km.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex 9K35 Strela-10SV

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Rod Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 5km.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex 9K37 Buk

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 25 km. year development: 1980 Develop a set of "Buk" was started by the Resolution of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the USSR Council of 13 January 1972 and provides for cooperation of developers and manufacturers, according to the basic structure corresponding previously involved in creating SAM " Cube ". At the same time was determined to develop SAM M-22 "Hurricane" for the Navy from using a single set of 'Beech' SAM.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex 9K37 Buk-M1

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 35 km. year development: 1983 In accordance with the Resolution of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the USSR Council of 30 November 1979 was upgraded SAM "Buk" to improve its combat capabilities, security of its electronic equipment from interference and anti-radar missiles.


  • Antiaircraft missile system 9K330 Tor

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 12 km. year development: 1986 Work on the creation of a divisional autonomous self-propelled anti-aircraft missile complex "Thor" (9K330) started in accordance with the Resolution of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the USSR on February 4, 1975 and lasted until 1983.


  • Antiaircraft missile system 9K331 Tor-M1

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 12 km. year development: 1991 Offline-propelled anti-aircraft missile (SAM) 9K331 "Tor-M1" is intended for air defense of motorized rifle and tank divisions in all types of combat operations in the areas of concentration, to protect the most critical objects (command posts communications nodes, radio aids, bridges, airfields) from impacts of precision weapons, guided and anti-radar missiles, guided aerial bombs, airplanes, helicopters, cruise missiles and remotely piloted vehicles (RPV). complex is a functionally complete compact and technically perfect tactical unit - fighting machine capable of autonomously or as part of the air defense system to perform combat tasks.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex Albatros-Aspide

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Italy Range: 15 km. year development: 1980 " Albatros-Aspide "- an all-weather air defense missile system (ADMS) short-range, designed for defense against low-surface ship maneuvering anti-ship missiles, aircraft and helicopters.


  • Anti-aircraft missile system Aspic

  • Basing : chassis management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: France Range: 7 km. year development: 1994 French mobile short-range air defense complex (VSHORADS - very short-range air defense systems)" Aspic "- is designed to protect sensitive industrial facilities, air bases, command posts and groupings, to march.


  • Air Defence Missile System Avenger

  • Basing : chassis management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: U.S. Range: 6 km. year development: 1987 Anti-aircraft missile (SAM) short-range" Avenger "is designed to engage aerial targets at ranges of 0.5-5.5 km, 0.5-3.8 km altitude on a collision course and in pursuit.


  • Anti-aircraft missile system Buk-M1-2 (Ural)

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: Russia Range: 45 km. year development: 1997 cooperation between enterprises headed by" NIIP.


  • Anti-aircraft missile system Chaparral

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: U.S. Range: 6 km. year development: 1985 Self-powered all-weather air defense missile system" Chaparral "was developed by the American company" Lockheed Martin Aeronutronic ". Construction of the complex began in 1964, adopted by the U.S. Army in 1969.


  • Air Defence Missile System Chu-SAM (Type-03)

  • Basing : chassis management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: antiaircraft, missile Country: Japan Range: 50 km. year development: 2005 Self-propelled anti-aircraft missile system of medium-range Chu-SAM (Type-03) designed to engage a wide range of air targets, including low-flying cruise missiles and ballistic missiles, tactical and tactical, under massive raid in difficult noise conditions in any weather at a distance of up to 50km.


  • Anti-aircraft missile system Crotale Naval

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Office for radio Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Antiaircraft Country: France Range: 13 km. year development: 1986 Crotale Naval - anti-aircraft missile complex short-range, intended for the defense of surface ships with a displacement of more than 2000t of low-flying aircraft and anti-ship missiles in the near zone defense.




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