Heavy flamethrower system TOC-1A "Sunlight". Infographics

TOS-1A "Solntsepek" is a heavy flame-throwing system (TOS) of multiple rocket launchers, which is in service with the troops of radiation, chemical and biological protection. It is designed to defeat enemy personnel in open areas or in defensive structures, vehicles and lightly armored enemy vehicles when organizing direct support tank and motorized rifle units in defensive and offensive combat.

The targets assigned to TOC are destroyed by rockets equipped with various warheads (incendiary, thermobaric, etc.). The system operates from open and closed positions directly in the battle formations of the supported units.

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    1. +3
      11 November 2016 11: 19
      Yes, the system is very powerful, it would have increased the destruction range by a factor of two, generally there would have been no price, consider an analogue of nuclear weapons, but without radiation ...
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        13 November 2016 14: 34
        Yes, I think for 10 km, and so not bad in recent versions. at such ranges it is already very difficult to hit.
    2. +2
      11 November 2016 12: 07
      It works beautifully - a worthy grandson of "Katyusha", here in Syria the barmaley would have frolic after such an attack ...
    3. +2
      11 November 2016 12: 23
      I propose to place "buratinok" closer to Alaska to warm up the northern "minke friends" ....

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