SA-6 Missile

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Friday, Aug 30 2013 by

The SA-6 “Gainful” mobile surface-to-air missile system is a Soviet low to medium-level air defence system designed to protect ground forces from air attack. “2К12” is the GRAU designation of the system. Each 2K12 battery consists of a number of similar tracked vehicles, one of which carries the 1S91 (SURN vehicle, NATO designation “Straight Flush”) 25 kW G/H band radar (range 75 km/47 miles) equipped with a continuous wave illuminator, in addition to an optical sight. The battery usually also includes four triple-missile transporter erector launchers (TELs) and four trucks each carrying three spare missiles and a crane. TEL is based on a GM-578 chassis, while the 1S91 radar vehicle on a GM-568, all developed and produced by MMZ.

SA-6 Gainful (StreetView)
SA-6 Gainful

Mobile ARM Missile Launcher (Birds Eye)
Mobile ARM Missile Launcher
Probable SA-6 "GAINFUL" (Google Maps)
Probable SA-6 "GAINFUL"

SA-6 "Gainful" Site (Google Maps)
SA-6 "Gainful" Site
SA-6 Site (Google Maps)
SA-6 Site