Motorized gunners of the Southern Military District received the first batch of Tunguska air defense

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Motorized gunners of the Southern Military District received the first batch of Tunguska air defense


RIA News. The first batch of anti-aircraft missile-gun complexes (ZRPK) "Tunguska" entered the motorized rifle formation of the Southern Military District (South-East Military District), a representative of the Southern Military District told reporters on Monday.

“The Tunguska anti-aircraft missile-gun systems have been put into service of the motorized rifle unit of the Southern Military District, deployed in the Volgograd region,” the officer said.

According to him, unlike other means of air defense (air defense) ZRPK "Tunguska" has a "continuous" zone of destruction due to the angle of horizontal guidance 360 degrees and the angle of vertical shelling of guns.

He noted that from the moment the target was detected until it was ready, it would take the crew six to eight seconds to hit it.

"The combat vehicle has a navigation, topographic reference and orientation system for determining coordinates," the representative of the Southern Military District added.

He said that hydromechanical transmission and hydropneumatic suspension with variable ground clearance provide high throughput and, despite the weight of 36 tons, smoothness over rough terrain, which allows directing and effectively hitting targets on the go.

"The firing range of 30-mm cannons up to 3000 meters, the launch of a guided missile is carried out at a distance of up to 3500 meters, the crew consists of four people," said the officer, speaking of the tactical-technical characteristics of the Tungusk air-defense missile complex.

According to him, rearmament is being carried out as part of the state defense order.
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    1. 0
      27 November 2012 10: 24
      for escorting motorized rifles and armored vehicles it’s the very thing !! ... + tori and there will be happiness ...... and let’s armor in the air defense ....
      1. +3
        27 November 2012 10: 36
        Armor is better for motorized riflemen of "light brigades", and Tunguska for brigades with tanks and infantry fighting vehicles
        1. +1
          27 November 2012 14: 12
          "Pantsiri-S" just replaced the no longer produced "Tunguska". Years of production 1982-2007.
          1. 0
            27 November 2012 18: 07
            So then, neither Tunguska's Shell is clearly better than each other? It’s strange ... Is it possible to add virtues on their basis and make one machine superior to both of them?
      2. -1
        27 November 2012 22: 10
        Here is a question for me who knows
        Tunguska-new or modernized ???
        1. 0
          27 November 2012 22: 31
          why am i asking

          because the last 6 new units were manufactured for Morocco in 2005-2006

          here they are in the photo
    2. PLO
      +4
      27 November 2012 10: 33
      what a stupid article? where is the source?

      at the moment, the Tungusks are not being produced, which means that the vehicles have passed the CWR or are also modernized.
      this is the most interesting
      1. +1
        27 November 2012 10: 49
        Quote: olp
        what a stupid article? where is the source?

        well yes?!?
        Quote: olp
        Tungusks are not currently produced

        what nonsense where is the source?
        1. PLO
          +3
          27 November 2012 10: 55
          well yes?!?
          what nonsense where is the source?

          the source of what? what not?
          Find at least one report on the production of Tungusok or their inclusion in the state defense order?

          I'm not even talking about the fact that no one will now make new "old" Tunguska with old equipment, when there is Armor
          1. +2
            27 November 2012 11: 28
            There is Tunguska-M1. A modernized version of the mid-2000s. It was offered mainly for export. It seems that there were no Tungusoks in the GOZ. But they could have included new ones. So it was already with the MiG-29 in 2008. They produced them for a foreign customer in the amount of three dozen, but he refused (or there are many complaints, or, which is more likely, the crisis has come.) In general, they joined the ranks of the domestic air force. "Tunguska", it seems, were going to supply Libya and Syria. There was even a contract with Libya. But recent events have confused everything.
            So maybe new ones. If upgraded - usually indicate, but do not completely rule out. In any case, in the next year and a half, we will not see the caterpillar shell. But Kamaz is not very good for SV.
      2. 0
        27 November 2012 22: 33
        why am i asking

        because the last 6 new units were manufactured for Morocco in 2005-2006

        here they are in the photo
      3. 0
        27 November 2012 23: 43
        Last 6 pieces produced in 2005 for the Moroccan army
    3. +1
      27 November 2012 10: 34
      guided missile launch is carried out at a distance from 15 to 3500 meters

      At a distance ??? Maybe height meant?
      1. 0
        27 November 2012 10: 50
        Quote: Wedmak
        At a distance ??? Maybe height meant?

        naturally)) ....
    4. +1
      27 November 2012 10: 55
      At the very end of the eighties, it began to enter service with the GSVG. There were a lot of complaints, but the "works" in the field is simply amazing. fellow In general, the "machine" is quite ancient, a birth from the former greatness of the USSR.
      1. -1
        27 November 2012 11: 05
        )) .... no one did not stop working on the tunguska ..... just did not promote like this shell ..... we do not scream but wait)) and carefully read))
    5. Voin sveta82
      +1
      27 November 2012 11: 10
      why not "PANTSIRI" ??))
      1. 0
        27 November 2012 11: 54
        Have you seen the shells for the SV?
      2. 0
        27 November 2012 14: 31
        The other day there was news about six received "Pantsir-S" there in the Southern Military District!
        1. 0
          27 November 2012 15: 36
          Duc it in East Kazakhstan region and not NE
    6. mar.tira
      +2
      27 November 2012 11: 12
      ZRPK "Tunguska" has a "continuous" zone of destruction due to the angle of horizontal guidance of 360 degrees and the angle of vertical firing from cannons. !!!!!!!!! Those. he makes a drushlak out of any missile, aircraft, projectile !!!!!! And judging by the news about the renewal of the entire fleet of air defense and missile defense means, our military-industrial complex, though slipping, but began to work. And then there are long-range, heavy S-300-400s, there are Strategic Missile Forces, but there is nothing to defend them themselves. How not to rejoice? Hope appears that not everything is so bad!
    7. 0
      27 November 2012 11: 49
      More such revenues in the army - to look at the enemy from high.
    8. 0
      27 November 2012 12: 10
      Really good news.

      The tanker's best friends are army air defense! good

      I respect Tunguska very much, tankers are always happy to fraternally share their place with her in the “tape” (column). wink
    9. 0
      27 November 2012 13: 38
      Infa on Tunguska - M1
      http://zavideo.net/39288/tunguska-m1-air-defence-system-k-tka-m1/
      1. +3
        27 November 2012 15: 45
        Better like this

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