Russia—Central Military District Gets New Surveillance Radars

Russian Ministry of Defense | 01/10/2019

An upgraded self-propelled anti-tank radar system has just entered service with the Russian Central Military District, reports the Russian Ministry of Defense. The SNAR-10M1, also known as the Leopard-M, will bolster the capabilities of artillery units assigned to tank formations in the district, the ministry said. The radar can detect ground, air and surface targets at a range of up to 25 miles (40 km) and deploy in 5.5 minutes. The system is equipped with autonomous navigation facilities...

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