Korean Surface-to-Air Anti-Missile System (K-SAAM) Weapon Systems // Missiles/Rockets/Bombs // Anti-Air


Country of Origin: South Korea

The Korean Surface-to-Air Anti-Missile System (K-SAAM), also known as the Haegung or Sea Bow, is a surface-to-air missile intended to replace the RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) in service with the South Korean navy. In addition to its anti-air capabilities, the K-SAAM also has limited anti-ship and anti-surface capability. Its development is linked to that of the Cheongung medium-range surface-to-air missile system (M-SAM). The vertically launched missile can be quad-packed...

 

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