Russian army ground forces will be equipped with new multiple rocket launcher Tornado 9A52-4 2803119

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Defense News - Russia
 

Monday, March 28 2011, 08:41 PM

 
Russian army ground forces will be equipped with the new multiple rocket launcher Tornado 9A52-4.
 
 
Russia's Ground Forces will start taking delivery of new Tornado-G multiple rocket launching systems (MRLS), replacing the current Grad systems, Army spokesman Lt. Col. Sergei Vlasov said on Monday, March 28, 2011.
     
     

This will further increase the Army's firepower and standoff capability for effective engagement, Vlasov said.

Tornados are superior to Grads in their effectiveness, automated control, aiming and satellite navigation systems, Vlasov said, without disclosing any technical details.

The Grad truck-mounted system featuring 122-mm rockets with a range of 30-40 km was developed in 1962 and has been in service since 1964.

A Tornado MRLS vehicle can carry up to twelve 300-mm rockets with an effective range of up to 90 kilometers.

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