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Combat Training of The Greyhound

Posted on March 27, 2014 by team


Combat training of “Patsir” (NATO name “Greyhound”) took place in Primorye. It is a Russian combined short to medium range surface-to-air missile and anti-aircraft artillery weapon system. It represents the latest air defence technology by using phased-array radars for both target acquisition and tracking. Basically, what I got from explanations people left in comments, is that a few air defense complexes are being used. Some of them are a larger range and can overcome targets further away. Then if the targets in question still managed to pass through the smaller defense complexes then this Pantsir-Greyhound came into play. Any targets who managed to get past the defense are meant to be met by canons.

via pressa-tof

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2 Responses to “Combat Training of The Greyhound”

  1. JacobPG1 says:

    Is this system supposed to be new? It looks like a Tunguska mounted on top of a Kamaz.

  2. Jean says:

    Hell and thunder, good stuff to keep your enemy quiet and respectful to you.

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