1 New Russian Anti Aircraft Missile System

New Russian Anti Aircraft Missile System

Posted on September 10, 2013 by team

This mid-range anti-aircraft missile system was first presented at the recent MAKS-2013 show in Zhukovsky, Moscow region. The Russian army is about to get 38 units of the system called “Vityaz” (“Knight”).

The anti-aircraft missile system “Vityaz” is a Russian medium-range system of the new generation. It started to be developed in 2007, this year its testing is going to be finished.

The new self-propelled system represents the launcher co-working with a multi-target stationary radar that is able to scan space electronically and with a command station on the chassis of a special vehicle BAZ. It is supposed that its ammunition will include mid-range missiles 9M96/9M96E used for the system S-400 and short-range missiles 9M100. There is also information that it will be also equipped with a ground version of a mid-range aviation air-to-air guided missile R-77 (R-773RK).


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One Response to “New Russian Anti Aircraft Missile System”

  1. Aleksandar says:

    Khm, khm… the word “Vityaz” means Knight in Russian, not Hero as mentioned here.

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