Air Defence Forces Museum

Air Defence Forces Museum

Here is the outdoor exposition of the unique and the singular in Europe Air Defence Forces Museum in the Moscow region. The museum contains more than 16 thousand exhibits; among them about 400 are real military equipment samples.

Air Defence Forces Museum

MiG-15 jet fighter.

Air Defence Forces Museum

S-300 system.

Air Defence Forces Museum

Target highlighting radiolocator for S-300 system.

Air Defence Forces Museum

Air Defence Forces Museum

Aerial post of ZRS S-75 missile guidance station, 1961 sample.

Air Defence Forces Museum

Target highlighting radiolocator for S-200 system.

Air Defence Forces Museum

Air Defence Forces Museum

Air Defence Forces Museum

Air defence guns.

Air Defence Forces Museum

37-mm automatic anti-aircraft gun, 1939 sample.

Altitude capability – 6700 m

Range ability – 8500 m

Firing rate – 180 shots per minute

Gun crew – 8 members

Air Defence Forces Museum

85-mm automatic anti-aircraft gun, 1939 sample.

Altitude capability – 10500 m

Range ability – 1500 m

Firing rate – 15 shots per minute

Shot weight – 9,2 kg

Gun crew – 7 members

Air Defence Forces Museum

S-60 57-mm automatic anti-aircraft gun, 1950 sample.

Altitude capability – 8800 m

Range ability – 12000 m

Firing rate – 120 shots per minute

Gun crew – 8 members

Air Defence Forces Museum

KS-30 130-mm automatic anti-aircraft gun, 1954 sample.

Altitude capability – 20800 m

Range ability – 27800 m

Firing rate – 12 shots per minute

Shot weight – 33 kg

Gun crew – 11 members

Air Defence Forces Museum

ZPU-2 anti-aircraft machine-gun mount, 1949 sample.

Altitude capability – 1500 m

Range ability – 2000 m

Firing rate – 300 shots per minute

Gun crew – 5 members

Air Defence Forces Museum

Air Defence Forces Museum

ZPU-4 anti-aircraft machine-gun mount, 1949 sample.

Altitude capability – 1500 m

Range ability – 2000 m

Firing rate – 600 shots per minute

Gun crew – 6 members

Air Defence Forces Museum

PUAZO-5 anti-aircraft fire control device for S-60 57-mm automatic anti-aircraft guns. 1956 sample.

Range on target – 750-12000 m

Target altitude – 300-5000 m

Target velocity – 300 m/sec

Crew – 6 members

Air Defence Forces Museum

SON-30 gun-laying radar for 130-mm air defense artillery complex. 1956 sample

Target acquisition range – 100 km

Weight – 16600 kg

Crew – 5 members

Air Defence Forces Museum

P-15 radar locator for low target acquisition.

Jet fighter acquisition range – 150 km

Transmitter power – 200 kW

Crew – 3 members

Build up time – 15 min

Air Defence Forces Museum

PRV-10 altitude-finding radar for target flight level acquisition.

Extreme range – 200 km

Transmitter power – 2 MW

Crew – 3 members

Build up time – 1,5 h

Air Defence Forces Museum

Air Defence Forces Museum

ZSU-23-4 “Shilka” antiaircraft armored truck. 1966 sample.

Altitude capability – 1500 m

Weight – 19000 kg

Crew – 4 members

Maximum speed – 50 km/h

Fuel distance – 300 km

Fordable depth – 1 m

Air Defence Forces Museum

S-25 system’s ground-to-air missile. 1955 sample

Striking range – 35 km

Target’s maximum speed – 1150 km/h

Air Defence Forces Museum

ZRK S-75 ground-to-air missile launching system. 1957 sample

Striking range – 29 km

Target’s maximum speed – 1500 km/h

Air Defence Forces Museum

ZRK S-125 ground-to-air missile launching system. 1961 sample

Striking range – 10 km

Target’s maximum speed – 1500 km/h

Air Defence Forces Museum

ZRK S-200 ground-to-air missile launching system. 1969 sample

Striking range – 250 km

Target’s maximum speed – 4320 km/h

Location: The Moscow Region

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21 thoughts on “Air Defence Forces Museum”

  1. Defenses against: American imperialism, religious levitators, “spy” pigeons, U2s, stray kites, Matthias Rust, and Japanese balloon bombs.

  2. I saw some old tanks and jeeps in Ekaterinburg.

    America could have taken Russia after the USSR fell….but didn’t……………………

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