Artillery of the USSR: the self-propelled mortar Tulip (2С4 “Tulip”, 240 mm). Entered service in 1971. Capable of using nuclear munitions with a capacity of up to 2 kilotons. In the post-war period, no country in the world has developed mortars of this power. The caliber of mortars of NATO countries did not exceed 120 …More
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Artillery of the USSR: the field gun M-46 (130 mm). Entered service in 1954. The gun was in service in 30 countries (from Angola to Egypt and Vietnam to Iraq).
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Years of production: 1946 – 1971
Country of origin: USSR
Issued: 3256 items
Weight: 7.7 t
Range of fire: 27 km
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Artillery of the USSR: the self-propelled gun (203 mm) 2 S7 Peon. Entered service in 1975. The world’s most powerful 203 mm self-propelled gun has become a symbol of the high achievements of the Soviet military potential. The gun is designed to defeat the targets of a nuclear attack and other powerful fire weapons.
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Missile defense systems: the 2K11 Krug is a Soviet and now Russian medium-range, medium-to-high altitude surface-to-air missile (SAM) system. The system was designed by NPO Novator and produced by Kalinin Machine Building Plant. NATO classification – SA-4 Ganef. The complex is designed to engage all types of aircraft at speeds of up to 700 m …More
The Soviet anti-aircraft missile system Strela-10 (9 A35). The complex is designed to cover ground forces in all types of combat, as well as small-sized military and civilian targets from low-flying weapons (airplanes, helicopters, missiles, drones). The machine can fight against all targets both autonomously and in a centralized management system.
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Strategic Missile Troops of the USSR: the mobile anti-aircraft missile system S-75. Developed in the NPO “Almaz” (general designer – A. Raspletin) in 1957. The most widely used in the history of air defense forces throughout the world. S-75 various modifications were exported to more than 40 countries, including Finland. A total of 800 divisions …More
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