Kalashnikov Ships Large Batch of 9M333 Missiles for Strela Anti-Aircraft System

The missile is designed to destroy low-flying targets under various jamming conditions
  • Defensemirror.com bureau
  • 03:39 AM, May 25, 2024
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Kalashnikov Ships Large Batch of 9M333 Missiles for Strela Anti-Aircraft System
9M333 Anti-Aircraft Guided Missile

Kalashnikov Concern has shipped a large batch of 9M333 anti-aircraft guided missiles for the Strela-10M3 anti-aircraft missile system as part of the 2024 state defense order.

The 9M333 missile is designed to destroy low-flying targets under various jamming conditions, including remotely piloted aircraft and cruise missiles.

The 9M333 missile has an average speed of 550 meters per second and can hit targets at distances up to 5000 meters. It can engage targets traveling at speeds up to 1500 kilometers per hour and at altitudes between 10 and 3500 meters. The missile's homing head has several operating modes and functions on a "fire and forget" principle.

Kalashnikov Concern has been producing the 9M333 missile since 2020. Its performance in recent combat operations has led to an increase in state defense orders for 2024.

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