Why Russia's S-400 Is No Joke (And Why No Air Force Wants to Fight Against It)
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MIlitary Update : Why Russia's S-400 Is No Joke (And Why No Air Force Wants to Fight Against It)
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One key feature of the S-300V system is that it has two TEL variants, a TEL with four shorter ranged 75 kilometers 9M83 missiles and a TEL with two longer ranged 100 kilometers 9M82 missiles. The TEL, radar, and command post sets for the S-300V are mounted on a tracked chassis the same as the 2S7 artillery piece for better off road mobility in contrast to the S-300PS. The S-300V was accepted into service in 1985.
Further development happened with both the V and P variants of the S-300. The S-300PM series of missiles was borne out of the desire to integrate the V’s functionality of intercepting ballistic missiles into the P series of missiles. Export versions of the S-300PM are called the S-300PMU, and one can track the more recent evolution of the S-300 in the listed capabilities of these missiles, leading up to the S-400.
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