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   China mobile tactical missile DF-16. It is believed that the missile can carry from 1 to 3 warheads with individual guidance. The range of fire is from 800 to 1000 km. Flight tests, presumably, were carried out in 2009-11. The DF-16 entered service with the PLA.












   DongFeng 11 (export name: M-11; NATO designation: CSS-7) is a mobile, single-stage, short-range ballistic missile developed at the CASIC Sanjiang Space Group (also known as the 066 base) located in Hubei province. The missile is mounted on an 8-axis transport launcher, which has much in common with the TEL of the Russian SS-1C Scud-B missile. The DongFeng 11 rocket was developed in the 80s and was intended for the export market. The upgraded version of the DongFeng 11A, which has an increased range of fire and increased accuracy, went into service with the Chinese army in 1999. The basic version of the rocket had a range of 280 to 350 km and a payload of 500 kg. The upgraded DongFeng 11A range was increased to 500-700 km. In addition to the conventional high-explosive (HE) warhead, the missile can be equipped with cluster, chemical warheads, as well as a thermibaric ammunition. It can also carry a tactical nuclear warhead of 2 to 20 kt.








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Fresh & very rare glimpse of #3K60 Bal coastal missile system TEL(SPU) cabin in service with Baltic Fleet's 25th Separate Coastal Rocket Brigade(OBRBr) in #Kaliningrad. Pictured officer appears to be a battery commander,denoted by KB label fixed to his left arm










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2 hours ago, Mighty_Zuk said:

Which one of them is it?



Should be the fat green one. The tall green one in the back looks like an SM-3, the red one a PAC-2, and the grey one looks like a Stunner.

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The Polish missile unit, armed with missile systems 9K72 Elbrus, in training sessions, 70s.




   The 9K72 missile system entered service with the Polish Army since 1968. In total, the Polish troops received ~ 30 launchers of the complex 9K72.

   The complex consisted of four brigades; 2nd, 3rd, 18th brigades of operational-tactical missiles and the 32th artillery brigade. The linear missile brigades consisted of two missile battalions with 2 batteries (2 9P117 TEL in each battery). The composition of the training brigade (since 1989, the training center) also included 2 divisions, but the material part of the divisions were staffed only in the amount necessary to ensure the educational process and until the full staff were deployed only in a special period.








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Syrian army M-46s jihaded to civilian trucks in competent-ish way


Edited by LoooSeR
M-46 instead of 48, stupid mistake.

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Seen in final Indian Army skin for the 1st time, an L&T-Hanwha Techwin K9 Vajra-T 155mm gun. First 10 ready for delivery soon. Seen here during final integration at L&T Hazira, Gujarat facility.

First 10 South Korean K9 build in India





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The Thailand Marine Corps acquires Israeli self-propelled howitzer ATMOS


$ 26 million for the purchase of six 155-mm / 52 self-propelled howitzer ATMOS on the wheeled chassis. The contract was signed in late March 2018 and the final assembly of all six systems will happen in Thailand at the state enterprise Weapon Production Center (WPC) in Bangkok.






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