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Polish defense develops the domestic system of the military-industrial complex

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The Polish company CRW Telesystem-Mesko and the Military Technical Academy named after Dombrowski presented the concept of a short-range anti-aircraft system, reports MIC with reference to janes.com.


Polish defense develops the domestic system of the military-industrial complex


The system is called PK-6, and according to the technical description, the characteristics of its missiles will be similar to the British Thales Starstreak and the Russian Sosna-R.

“To increase the speed of creation and reduce the cost of construction of a new air defense system, CRW Telesystem-Mesko uses components from missiles that are already being manufactured in Poland,” the developers said.

According to the resource, “the creation of the PK-6 will involve elements from Grom MANPADS and Kobra air defense systems developed in Poland in 1995 on the basis of the Soviet Igla MANPADS”. In addition, Spike-LR Israeli ATGM systems manufactured at Polish enterprises can be used.



According to the report, “The length of the PK-6 rocket will be 198 cm (230 cm in the container), diameter - 13 cm, weight - 37,1 kg (65,2 kg in the disposable launch container), the rocket will be equipped with a five-kilo high-explosive warhead.”

It is noted that for targeting a rocket can use an infrared warhead or follow the laser beam.
Photos used:
http://vpk-news.ru
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  1. NEXUS
    NEXUS 11 November 2016 14: 13
    +4
    With fear or what? And the Poles are not yet developing ICBMs? Stupidly take the Soviet system and a little change, sticking a sticker, made in Poland. Well, the Polish defense industry is impressive. A serious competitor in the arms market.
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 11 November 2016 14: 23
      0
      Poles will have to fight off Bandera alone. Here, no NATA will help laughing
      1. Giant thought
        Giant thought 11 November 2016 14: 43
        +1
        From the development to the living metal, there is a lot of water leaking, the Poles during the design lay down not very modern characteristics, and by the time the troops arrive, this complex risks becoming morally obsolete.
  2. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 11 November 2016 14: 21
    +1
    They dig the ground with a hoof laughing This suggests that there is a lot of money in the military-industrial complex. The developers' fantasy started playing.
  3. jovanni
    jovanni 11 November 2016 14: 23
    +1
    Actually, the Poles have a problem. You won’t copy Soviet developments forever, time is running out. And no one will give them Russian ...
  4. Lopatov
    Lopatov 11 November 2016 14: 24
    0
    The main feature of the British "Starstrick" is the speed of 3-4 M.
    I do not think that the Polish Frankenstein will pull it.

    In addition, the consequence of the high speed of the British rocket is a relatively short range of only 5 km.
    1. NEXUS
      NEXUS 11 November 2016 14: 27
      +3
      Quote: Spade
      I do not think that the Polish Frankenstein will pull it.

      Excuse me, but without laughter, I can’t read such articles ...
      I'll tell you why "won't pull" ... they took the dog somewhere ... lol I would have pulled it.
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 11 November 2016 14: 56
        +2
        Don’t tell me, they learned to compose someone else’s perfectly. Just before that they used much larger nodes.
        For example, the Finnish "Patria" plus the Italian tower from "Otto Melar", plus the Israeli "Spike" - the result is a fully functional Polish armored personnel carrier "Wolverine"

        And here they are trying to get deeper.
  5. Dr. Sorge
    Dr. Sorge 11 November 2016 14: 51
    +2
    Did Poland retain the CMEA production? Then they can make sensible. Underestimate the enemy.
    1. Sagittarius
      Sagittarius 11 November 2016 15: 20
      +2
      The Poles do not have their own school of designing air defense systems, so they will definitely have problems with this.
  6. evge-malyshev
    evge-malyshev 11 November 2016 17: 02
    +2
    In vain we ernichat. Poles, by the way, both aircraft and tanks were released. But mastery, as we say, you won’t drink.
  7. doubovitski
    doubovitski 12 November 2016 16: 01
    +2
    I wonder who will allow them to do not in accordance with NATO standards? And do the old members of this organization need a competitor who jumped out of the snuff-box like an imp?
  8. Old26
    Old26 14 November 2016 08: 42
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    Quote: NEXUS
    With fear or what? And the Poles are not yet developing ICBMs? Stupidly take the Soviet system and a little change, sticking a sticker, made in Poland. Well, the Polish defense industry is impressive. A serious competitor in the arms market.

    Andrew! You shouldn't be so "omitting" our "Polish friends". Practically all small countries that do not have a powerful military-industrial complex do just that. They stupidly take a sample, change it somewhat, supplement it with other nodes and release it. And there is no talk of competition in the arms market. This is a sample "for internal use", although it may be sold to some African country.
    In general, Poles should not be underestimated. Unlike other countries, which mainly riveted only small arms, Poland had a fairly developed defense industry. They produced and continue to produce armored vehicles, partly converted Soviet models, partly their own, partly licensed. Some samples of armored vehicles exceeded those that were taken as a basis. It was a well-established aircraft construction. There were even their own training jet machines. A lot of AN-2s were produced precisely under license in Poland. Plus shipbuilding. At one time, they made our S-125 complex mobile, putting PU on a tracked chassis. So do not underestimate the Poles. Maybe they won’t do it at the level of the best world standards, but they will do it, unlike other Young-NATO soldiers who even ruined the rudiments of their military-industrial complex