SA-8 meaning and definition

SA-8 meaning

SA-8a Gecko The SA-8a Gecko is a mobile self-propelled SAM system. The SA-8a Gecko was first introduced during a parade through Red Square on November 7th, 1975. The SA-8a Gecko is amphibious. It was based on the SA-N-4, a naval version used on many Soviet ships, like the Krivak-Class Cruiser. The SA-8 missile could travel for about thirteen kilometers. It weighed about one hundred ninety kilograms when ready to launch. The SA-8 missile uses IR tracking to find its targets. The Gecko itself carries four SA-8 missiles, and another 8 inside for reload purposes. Type: Mobile SAM Dimensions: length 3.2m; diameter 210mm; span 640mm Carries: ready 4; extra 8 Range: 13km Weight: 190kg Tracking: IR Tracker Range: 25km

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SA-9 meaning

SA-9 Gaskin The SA-9 Gaskin is a Soviet amphibious mobile SAM system. It was first introduced in the 1975 Red Square Parade. The Gaskin consists of the SA-9 launcher atop the BRDM-2A. The Gaskin can carry two missiles boxes on the launch pad and four more inside for reload purposes. Missiles can be launched one at a time, two at a time, or four at a time. The Gaskin does not have radar. Type: mobile SAM system Dimensions: length 1800mm; diameter 110mm; span 330mm Range: 5-8km Launch Weight: 30kg

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