The publication notes that “Flurry” moves in the water, like a torpedo, while creating an “air pocket”, which reduces friction and allows the rocket to literally “fly” under water at speeds above 380 km / h. ”
“A missile warhead in 463 pounds, detonating at a set time, can destroy nearby enemy submarines and approaching torpedoes,” write the rating authors.
According to the resource, "Flurry" is produced from a standard 533-millimeter torpedo tube at a depth of about 100 m, and the rocket itself leaves the machine at a speed close to 93 km / h, after which the rocket engine starts, which leads weapon to speed, which in 4-5 times exceeds the capabilities of conventional torpedo missiles. "
The authors also note that the rocket "retains a high level of probability of hitting the target (80%) at a distance of 7 km."
The edition also included the American MK torpedoes, the French F-21 torpedoes, and another Russian T-5 rocket into the top list.