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  • ASW complex UUM-44 Subroc

  • Basing : Submarine management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Antisubmarine Country: U.S. Range: 55 km. year development: 1965 In 1965, nuclear submarines of the U.S. Navy guided missile Received ASW (PLUR) UUM-44 "Subroc". Up until 1990, these PLUR was equipped with the vast majority of U.S. attack submarines.


  • Antisubmarine missile Asroc

  • Basing : surface ships management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Antisubmarine Country: U.S. Range: 9 km. year development: 1961 Anti-submarine missile system" Asroc "is the U.S. Navy since 1961.


  • Antisubmarine missile Malafon

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Office for radio Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Antisubmarine Country: France Range: 18 km. year development: 1965 This complex is in service with the French Navy surface ships.


  • Antisubmarine missile Milas

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Office for radio Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Antisubmarine Country: Italy Range: 100 km. year development: 1997 ASW complex" Milas "(Missile de Lutte-Anti Sousmarine) developed by" Matra Bae Dynamics "(France) and" Alenia Difesa "(Italy) on the basis of anti-ship missile complex" Otomat " ;. As warhead used the Franco-Italian torpedo MU-90 "Impact" (weight of about 290kg, 10km range of the speed of 50 knots) or A-290 (weight 270 kg, speed 50 knots). Currently, the firm "GIE MILAS" works on the use of the complex torpedo Mk46 (USA), located on the navies of 24 countries, which significantly expands the range of potential buyers of the complex.


  • Antisubmarine missile RPK-9 Medvedka

  • Basing : surface ships management system: management software Warhead: spetsboepripasov Application: Antisubmarine Country: Russia Range: 20.5 km. year development: 2000 Compact anti-missile system RPK-9 "Medvedka" is intended to arm surface ships with a displacement of 350 tons, including ships dynamically supported, with the aim to defeat submarines mine and anti-submarine barriers.


  • Anti-radar missiles ALARM

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Anti-Radar Country: UK Range: 93 km. year development: 1991 aircraft missiles ALARM (Air-Launched Antiradar Missile) with a passive radar homing head is designed to destroy radar control systems of enemy air defenses, including radar MANPADS medium and long range.


  • Anti-radar missiles HARM AGM-88

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Anti-Radar Country: U.S. Range: 48 km. year development: 1983 In 1983, the Air Force and U.S. Navy aircraft adopted a new anti missile HARM AGM-88 (High-speed Anti-Radiation Missile). Unlike missiles "Shrike" and "Standard-ArM" except land and naval systems, PLS of antiaircraft weapons, it can affect radar early warning and control aircraft fighters.


  • Anti-radar missiles Martel AS-37 (Armat)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Anti-Radar Country: France Range: 120 km. year development: 1984 Launch" Martel "developed by the British company" Hawker-Siddely "together with the French company" Matra ". The missile is designed in two versions: with a television guidance system - AJ.168 and passive radar homing - AS-37 . anti-radar missiles AS-37 was put into service in 1969.


  • Medium-range anti-radar missiles Kh-28

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: -explosive Application: Anti-Radar Country: Russia Range: 90 km. year development: 1973 Aviation anti-radiation missile Kh-28 (product 93, the D-8) is designed for medium-range combat ground and shipboard radar developed IBC "Rainbow" under the leadership of Chief Designer I. Selezneva by order of the USSR Council of 10 January 1963 X-28 was created using constructive solutions range missiles Kh-22 and DAC-5 and is like a miniature copy of them.


  • Anti-radar missiles Standard-ARM

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Anti-Radar Country: U.S. Range: 75 km. year development: 1968 anti-radar missiles "Standard-ARM" (AGM-78) is designed to defeat radio aids, especially SAM radars and anti-aircraft artillery.


  • Anti-radar missiles Kh-25MP (X 25MPU)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Anti-Radar Country: Russia Range: 40km. year development: 1981 In 1978, the decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR on a modular series of tactical missiles" air-ground "with a single engine, warhead system stabilization but different guidance systems.


  • Anti-radar missiles Kh-31P (X-31PD)

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Anti-Radar Country: Russia Range: 110 km. year development: 1984 supersonic aircraft missile Kh-31P passive radar homing head is designed to destroy radar control systems of enemy air defenses, including radar MANPADS medium and long range "Patriot", "Improved Hawk", "Nike Hercules "and other anti-radar missiles from the previous generation is characterized by greater firing range, high-speed march resistant targeting under intensive jamming and temporarily turn off the radio emitting purposes.


  • Anti-radar missiles Kh-58U

  • Basing : Plane management system: Radar GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Anti-Radar Country: Russia Range: 250 km. year development: 1982 X-58U missile designed to destroy radar (radar) without entering an aircraft carrier in the affected area air defense missiles (SAM) type Hawk, Nike Hercules, Patriot.


  • PRS-1/53T6 antimissile missile complex and A-135/RTTS-181 Cupid / 5ZH60

  • Basing : Mine PU management system: Office for radio Warhead: spetsboepripasov, high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: missile Country: Russia Range: 100 km. year development: 1995 Multichannel ABM Central Industrial Region and Moscow second generation A-135 is a development of a similar set of first-generation A-35. Study of the upgraded version of the A-PRO 35 - A system-35M - conducted NIO-4 DB-30 with GV Kisunko until his dismissal in 1975.


  • Tank complex 9K121 Whirlwind

  • Basing : Airplane, Helicopter management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti , air-to-ground Country: Russia Range: 10 km. year development: 1992 Airlines antitank missile system "Whirlwind" is designed to defeat armored vehicles, including those equipped with reactive armor, and low-speed air targets flying at speeds up to 800 km / h Development of complex started in 1980 in Instrument Design Bureau (NPO "Accuracy") led by Chief Designer AG Shipunova.


  • Tank 9P149 complex Sturm-C

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: Cumulative Application: Anti Country: Russia Range: 5km.


  • Antitank missile 9K11-2 Baby-2

  • Basing : Portable management system: Office of wire Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: Russia Range: 3 km. year development: 1999 Anti-tank missile (ATGM)" Baby-2 "is a modernized version of the complex 9K11" Baby "and different from the last application of advanced missiles with different types of combat units.


  • Antitank missile system 9K113 Contest

  • Basing : AFV, Portable management system: Office of wire Warhead: Cumulative Application: Anti Country: Russia Range: 4 km. year development: 1974 Self-propelled antitank system 9K113 "Competition" is designed to defeat modern bronetseley to 4km away.


  • Antitank missile system 9K115-2

  • Basing : Portable management system: Office of wire Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: Russia Range: 2 km. year development: 1992 portable antitank missile system 9K115-2 'Metis-M" is designed to defeat modern and future armored vehicles equipped with reactive armor, fortifications, enemy personnel, at any time, in adverse weather conditions.


  • Antitank missile system 9K123 Chrysanthemum

  • Armoured management system: Office for radio Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: Russia Range: 6 km. year development: 2002 Complex "Chrysanthemum" is designed to defeat modern and future tanks of any type, including those fitted with explosive reactive armor.


  • Antitank missile AGM-114K Hellfire-2

  • Basing : surface ships, aircraft, helicopters, armored vehicles management system: Laser GOS Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: U.S. Range: 9 km. year development: 1994 LAW AGM-114" Hellfire "laser-guided missiles, developed taking into account the possibility of using different types of sun and mainly for weapons combat helicopters . Development of the first version of the missile AGM-114A was completed by "Rockwell International" in 1982 and since 1984, the complex consists armed Army and U.S. Marine Corps.


  • Antitank missile AGM-114L Hellfire-Longbow

  • Basing : Helicopter management system: Radar GOS Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: U.S. Range: 9 km. year development: 1998 Anti-tank missile (ATGM) AGM-114L" Hellfire-Longbow "active radar homing head is designed to destroy enemy tank formations and other small targets at any time of day, in poor visibility conditions and in adverse weather conditions.


  • Antitank missile BGM-71F TOW-2

  • Basing : Portable management system: Office of wire Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: U.S. Range: 4 km. year development: 1991 its entry into service in 1969, the complex" TOW "is a major anti-tank guided weapons the U.S. Armed Forces (MW and ILC). It is used as an infantry weapon to arm helicopters AH-1S and AH-1 "Sea Cobra", BMP "Bradley", and as part of a self-propelled rocket launcher M901 ITV, etc.


  • Antitank missile Eryx

  • Basing : Portable management system: Office of the laser beam Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: France Range: 1 km. year development: 1985 According to some experts, NATO, the classic anti-melee weapons, such as grenade launchers and LRAG Apilas does not satisfy the requirements for effectiveness.


  • Antitank missile Falanga-PV

  • Basing : Helicopter management system: Office for radio Warhead: Cumulative Application: Anti Country: Russia Range: 4 km. year development: 1969 Aviation antitank missile system" Falanga-PV "designed to engage enemy armored vehicles with semi-automatic and manual methods of control under direct optical visibility.


  • Antitank missile Hermes

  • Basing : chassis, helicopter management system: Laser GOS Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Anti Country: Russia Range: 100 km. year development: 2004 Long Range ATGM" Hermes "is a promising set of new generation precision weapons - reconnaissance and fire LAW multi-purpose, combining the properties of artillery and anti-tank systems.


  • Antitank missile HJ-8

  • Basing : chassis, helicopters, armored vehicles, portable management system: Office of wire Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: China Range: 4 km. year development: 1984 Chinese antitank missile system HJ-8 (Hong Jian -" Red Arrow ") refers to the second generation anti-tank guided missiles to weaponization People's Liberation Army of China.


  • Antitank missile HJ-73

  • Basing : chassis, helicopters, armored vehicles, portable management system: Office of wire Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: China Range: 3 km. year development: 1979 Chinese antitank missile system HJ-73 (Hong Jian -" Red Arrow ") refers to the first generation anti-tank guided missiles to weaponization People's Liberation Army of China (PLA). Unsuccessful attempts to develop their own anti-tank missile COMPLEX (ATRA) in China began in the 50s of the last century and extended over two decades.


  • Antitank missile HOT

  • Basing : chassis, Helicopter, Armoured management system: Office of wire Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: France Range: 4 km. year development: 1974 Heavy Franco-German anti-tank missile (ATGM)" HOT "(Haut subsonique Optiquement teleguide tire d'un Tube) is used to arm combat helicopters and organize self-propelled chassis.


  • Antitank missile Javelin

  • Basing : Portable management system: Thermal GOS Warhead: Tandem Application: Anti Country: U.S. Range: 2 km. year development: 1996 Anti-tank missile (ATGM) third generation" Javelin "was developed in 1986 now" Javelin Joint Venture "(Louisville, Texas) formed by U.S. firms" Texas Instruments Missile Systems "(now" ; Raytheon Electronic Systems ") and" Martin Marietta Electronics & Missiles Group "on the instructions of the U.S. Army under the program AAWS-M (Advanced Anti-tank System Medium) and is intended to replace the LAW M47" Dragon ". Complex adopted in 1996.





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