Mesko unveils its new medium air defense missile system KUSZA CROSSBOW at MSPO 2012 0409123

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International Defence Industry Exhibition

3 - 6 September 2012
Kielce, Poland
 
Mesko at MSPO 2012
 
 
Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 10:15 PM
 
Mesko unveils its new medium air defense missile system KUSZA CROSSBOW at MSPO 2012.
Bumar Group's Mesko and Telesystem-Mesko divisions unveils its new upgraded mobile medium air-defence system at Poland's MSPO 2012 exhibition. The Kusza (Crossbow) system consists of two modernised Grom man-portable air-defence system (MANPADS) missiles mounted on a specialised launch rack fitted on the back of a Polaris 6x6 light all-terrain vehicle.
     
Bumar Group's Mesko and Telesystem-Mesko divisions unveils its new upgraded mobile medium air-defence system at Poland's MSPO 2012 exhibition. The Kusza (Crossbow) system consists of two modernised Grom man-portable air-defence system (MANPADS) missiles mounted on a specialised launch rack fitted on the back of a Polaris 6x6 light all-terrain vehicle.
The Polish Kusza (Crossbow) mobile medium air-defence system at Poland's MSPO 2012 exhibition.
     

The MANPADS "KUSZA" System is mounted on the off-road vehicle, Polaris Ranger 6x6, that enables to take a battle position in almost any terrain conditions. „KUSZA" (CROSSBOW) system can be integrated with various Command and Control Systems (e.g. REGA Air Defence Command and Control System) and with IFF Interrogation system, as well as with GPS positioning system and/or electronic compass.

The launcher unit is equipped with "fire and forget" type GROM MANPADS missiles and user friendly searching, tracking and missile launching system, when using onboard installed specialized visualization of engagement stage and aiming system.

     

The Polish Kusza (Crossbow) with the Manpads launcher unit in road position.
     
GROM missiles are housed in standard launchers installed on rigid frame launcher holders, equipped with autonomous Gripstock and BCU (Battery Coolant Unit). Sight and communication systems are power supplied from high capacity platform Batteries or power supply Generator, what gives independence from external power supply for many hours of operational time. Light weight and well balanced user friendly construction makes easy to search, track and counter various aerial targets. Specialized rotating electrical connector in platform mount of „KUSZA" (CROSSBOW). Kusza launcher unit enables the system operator to engage in n x 360° mode. Simple small size and rugged construction allows also to relocate quickly the deployment position with the use of various transport platforms.
     
GROM missiles are housed in standard launchers installed on rigid frame launcher holders, equipped with autonomous Gripstock and BCU (Battery Coolant Unit).
GROM missiles are housed in standard launchers installed on rigid frame launcher holders, equipped with autonomous Gripstock and BCU (Battery Coolant Unit).
 

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