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Try Add** missile guidance radar

Country of Origin: Russia


The Try Add** (or Triad) is an anti-ballistic missile mechanically steered battle-engagement missile guidance radar. Each ABM -1 Galosh missile site had four of these radars.

The radar sites consisted of a large missile-tracking radar and two smaller missile engagement radar in protective domes; both types use conventional dish antennae.

Due to likely targeting limitation, the system probably selected a single target and engaged it with two missiles.


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