303537 Modeller of 1/35 SAM Launcher "CUBE"
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the KUB anti-aircraft missile system (GRAU – 2K12 index, NATO - SA-6 Gainful classification ) was developed at the Institute of instrument Engineering. Vladimir Tikhomirov. It includes one control, reconnaissance and guidance station (EMU), a target acquisition cabin (CCP) and four self-propelled launchers (SPU). Each launcher is equipped with three anti-aircraft guided missiles. The control, reconnaissance and guidance station and self-propelled launchers are mounted on tracked chassis. The cabin receiving target designation mounted on the chassis of the car ZIL-131. "Cube" was developed as a means of air defense to cover the tank and motorized rifle divisions of the Soviet Army. The division consisted of an anti-aircraft missile regiment, armed with five SAM "Cube". Technical characteristics of the complex "KUB" provide detection of air targets at ranges up to 65 km and their firing at distances from 4.5 to 23.5 km and in the range of heights up to 14,000 meters. The main targets for the KUB SAM are aircraft and cruise missiles with speeds of up to 600 m/s (on a collision course). Last modification of the complex ("KUB-M3") provide a shelling targets the type of helicopter in the hover in the air. The KUB anti-aircraft missile system was in service with the armies of the Warsaw Pact countries and was supplied to a number of countries in the Middle East, Asia and Africa. He participated in local military conflicts and became known around the world, when his rocket shot down in Yugoslavia, one of the American "stealth aircraft".
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