SA-10 Grumble Weapon Systems // Missiles/Rockets/Bombs // Anti-Air


Country of Origin: Russia

Considered a greatly improved successor to the S-75/V-75 (NATO: SA-2 Guideline), the S-300 (NATO: SA-10 Grumble) surface-to-air missile (SAM) was developed to counter low-altitude, high-velocity threats such as low-level bombers, fighters and cruise missiles. Known as the S-300P family, these missiles began with the S-300PT and ended with the S-300PMU2 Favorit. The SA-10 comes in several variants. The SA-10a (S-300PT) is a fixed SAM system; the SA-10b, a mobile system; the SA-10c (S-300PMU),...

 

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