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2 Factory of Russian Electronic Warfare Systems, Military Optics And More

Factory of Russian Electronic Warfare Systems, Military Optics And More

Posted on November 17, 2015 by team


It is not necessary anymore to fire to hit a missile or a shell targeted at you! Neither it is necessary to risk someone’s life to protect people or equipment on the frontline. Methods of defence have changed considerably!

We are going to join blogger kukmor and visit the Kazan factory of optical mechanics that has been operating since 1940 and once supplied optical devices to the Soviet army.

 

Nikolay Lipatov left the factory for a battlefield and covered the enemy gun with his body at Warsaw.

In total during the period of the war Kazan sent 700 000 binocs, 30 000 gun, mortar and tank sights and 1000 bomb sights to the front.

Generally the factory makes military equipment, but not exclusively…Some “civilian” optics are produced as well (to be applied in medicine, oil and food industries).

First we came to the assembly shop of electronic warfare systems “Moscow-1″, “Rtut-BM” (“Mercury-BM”).

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2 Responses to “Factory of Russian Electronic Warfare Systems, Military Optics And More”

  1. Zoidberg says:

    Rychag is a jammer while patriot is a missile system.

  2. Russ says:

    Is that an Analog Devices IC? Plus some RF power devices?

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