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Its probably just becuase Smerches are too expensive 'spically with this whole Ukrainain Neo nazi testing ground conflict going on

 

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What's that Smerch? Sorry I can't hear you this far with my 400km range and all.

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What's that Smerch? Sorry I can't hear you this far with my 400km range and all.

 

i think your getting your rockets mixed up again Mech

 

THIS is for baraging eneies of the people in the next village 

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THIS is for removing enemies of the people in the next region

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THIS is for removing enemies of the people in the next country

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and THIS is for removing eneimes of the people in the next continent

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Everything else is unnecessary and frivalatory 

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November 3 - the details became known of the plans for the production of the Polonez MLRS in Belarus. It is believed that Polonez use Chinese 301 mm A-200 missiles (with over 200 km range) and some other parts. Truck is Belarus-made.

 

In short - Belarus plan to introduce new system and supply it to army in 2016-2017, a factory for local production of missiles is build, it is in stage of testing of parts and local-made systems.

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November 3 - the details became known of the plans for the production of the Polonez MLRS in Belarus. It is believed that Polonez use Chinese 301 mm A-200 missiles (with over 200 km range) and some other parts. Truck is Belarus-made.

 

In short - Belarus plan to introduce new system and supply it to army in 2016-2017, a factory for local production of missiles is build, it is in stage of testing of parts and local-made systems.

Thanks for the updated info.

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According to the State Military-Industrial Committee of the Republic of Belarus, on May 30, 2016, "Polonez" missile system successfully completed the state tests. On June 10 acts, public test reports, were presented to the Chairman of Goskomvoenproma Sergey Gurulev.

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   According to the known data, MLRS "Polonez" uses long-range high-precision 301-mm rockets of A200 system, developed and produced by China China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT, also known as the "First Academy"), part of the Chinese state-owned aerospace company China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC). On the world market, A200 Systems Marketing is carried out within the CASC foreign trade association Aerospace Long-March International Trade Co., Ltd (ALIT), as well as well-known Chinese Poly Technologies Corporation. Joint development of MLRS "Polonez" based on the A200 launch was carried out in accordance with the agreement in 2013, the Sino-Belarusian intergovernmental agreement.  

 

   Belarus, apparently, was the launch/first customer for the A200 missile system. A200 missile caliber 301 mm with a 7264 mm long and 615 mm swing stabilizers rocket. Weight 750 kg. Warhead (three different types) are separated types, the combined guidance system - inertial and satellite correction (GPS). Firing range of 50 to "up to 200" km. CWE warhead to a maximum range of sources in different states from 30 to 50 m. Volley of eight missiles on eight different targets can be made in 50 seconds, while preparing to volley - 8 minutes.

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