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Air Defence Systems

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  • Air defence missile system S-300VM   Mission The Antey-2500 long-range mobile multichannel air defence missile system (ADMS) is designed to engage current and future tactical and strategic aircraft (including those incorporating STEALTH technology), intermediate ballistic missiles (IRBM), theater ballistic missiles, tactical ballistic missiles (TBM), aeroballistic and cruise missiles as well as airborne early warning and control aircraft, reconnaissance-strike systems and loitering ECM platforms. The ADMS is capable of conducting independent operations and is a self-contained anti-ballistic missile module providing the destruction of the intermediate- and shorter-range BMs with launch ranges up to 2,500 km.
  • Multifunctional mobile medium-range surface-to-air missile 9K317E   The Buk-M2E (9K317E) multi-channel, multifunctional, highly mobile medium-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) system is designed to engage strategic and tactical aircraft, helicopters (including hovering ones), cruise missiles and other aerodynamic aerial vehicles throughout their whole altitude envelope, tactical ballistic and air-launched missiles, and guided air bombs under intense ECM and enemy fire conditions, as well as destroy surface and ground radio-contrast targets. The Buk-M2E SAM system includes combat assets, maintenance assets and training aids.
  • Pedestal launcher with target designation system and night vision sight   The Dzhigit pedestal launcher (PL) is intended for single and salvo launches of the Igla-type surface-to-air missiles (SAM). The pedestal launcher can be mounted on the ground, in the trench, in a vehicle body, and on a ship’s deck. Using the design features of the Igla-type SAMs, the Dzhigit offers a unique capability ─ a salvo launch of two missiles against one target in addition to sequential single launches. This improves the kill probability around 1.5 times. The pedestal launcher can be knocked down into some parts and carried over to the desired firing position. It can be equipped with a night vision device, a target designation system, an identification friend-or-foe system and instruments. Training and checkout equipment are provided as well.
  • MANPADS 9K338   Mission: The Igla-S man-portable air defence missile system (MANPADS) is designed to engage all types of visually observable aircraft and helicopters as well as pinpoint air targets like cruise missiles and unmanned air vehicles, both head-on and receding, at any time of day, against background clutter and decoy flares (jamming). The Igla-S is a new generation advanced version of the Igla MANPADS. By its combat effectiveness, it exceeds the Igla from 2 to 5 times, especially when firing at cruise missiles and pinpoint targets.
  • Air defence missile/gun system   The Pantsir-S1 air defence missile/gun system is designed for air defence of small military, (including mobile), administrative and industrial installations and areas against enemy aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles and precision guided weapons. It is also used to reinforce the Air Defence groupings when repelling massive air attacks. The Pantsir-S1 has the following main features:
    • combined missile/gun armament;
    • immune radar/optical fire control system, consisting of a target tracking and missile guidance radar and a thermal imager for target tracking and missile direction finding;
    • engagement of 4 targets at once;
    • automatic target engagement mode;
    • firing surface-to-air missiles (SAM) in radar mode;
    • autonomous operation with an automatic target engagement cycle, from target acquisition to engagement;
    • use of the combat vehicle as part of a battery in different combat operation modes;
    • engagement of a target by the missile and gun armament from a stationary position and on the move;
    • modular design of the combat vehicle allowing the development of its different versions.
      Types of targets engaged: aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles, precision guided weapons, ground targets.
  • Air defence missile system S-125-2M   Mission The S-125-2M Pechora-2M surface-to-air missile (SAM) system is designed to provide air defence for military, administrative and industrial installations against aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles flying at low altitudes, including stealthy ones, in a simple and severe electronic countermeasures environment.
  • Air defence missile system 9K331ME with combat vehicle on tracked chassis   The Tor-M2E air defence missile system with combat vehicle on tracked chassis is designed to provide air defence for military and public facilities against aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles, guided aerial missiles and bombs, unmanned air vehicles (UAV) flying at medium, low and extremely low altitudes in the heavy air and electronic countermeasures environment. During the target engagement process, all the target detection and identification, lock-on and missile control operations are done automatically with minimum operator participation.
  • Air defence missile system S-400   Mission The S-400 Triumph mobile multichannel air defence missile system (ADMS) is designed to engage current and future air threats: aircraft jammers, early-warning and direction aircraft, reconnaissance aircraft (including those that are part of reconnaissance-strike complexes), strategic aircraft carrying airborne missiles, tactical and operational-tactical ballistic missiles, medium-range ballistic missiles and other air attack vehicles in a heavy ECM environment.
  • Air defence gun/missile system 2K22M1   The Tunguska-M1 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun/missile (SPAAGM) system is designed to defend Land Forces’ units in all types of warfare and small installations against low-altitude air threats and also engage light-armored ground and surface targets. It can destroy targets at a range of up to 10 km and is especially effective in defeating attack helicopters before they reach the line where they use guided weapons. The Tunguska-M1 is based on the 2S6М1 self-propelled anti-aircraft (AA) mount. All its combat assets are mounted on a tracked chassis that ensures high maneuverability on the battlefield and firing from unprepared positions. The SPAAGM system carries eight 9М311-1М surface-to-air missiles (SAM) in the container launchers and two twin-barrel 30mm 2А38М1 AA automatic cannons (with 1,904 rounds). The system comprises target acquisition and tracking radars, identification friend-or-foe interrogator, digital computer and electro-optical (EO) systems, communications, navigation and life-support equipment.
  • Small-sized radar   The 1L122E small-sized radar in 1L122-1E configuration is designed for use as a radar data source for flight radar support at field and temporary airfields and for air defense needs.
  • 1L122E compact radar in "1L122E-2E" configuration   This compact mobile solid-state 3D radar is used to provide information support for short- and medium-range air defence weapons, as well as for aviation flights at field and temporary airfields. The radar can be recommended to replace older acquisition radars such as P-15, P-18, P-19 and others used to provide information support for the Pechora, Kvadrat, Osa SAM systems and their counterparts, including contemporary models.
  • Surveillance radar   The Gamma-DE surveillance radar is designed to effectively detect, identify, measure 3D coordinates, and track a wide range of current and future air threats, including high-altitude low-signature air-launched missiles in a heavy .electronic countermeasures and clutter environment, as well as to receive data from aircraft equipped with ICAO-code transponders. The radar can be used in automated and non-automated Air Force and Air Defence command and control systems and also as an air route surveillance radar in air traffic control and monitoring systems.