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  1. Interceptor is a 2022 action drama film directed by Matthew Reilly from a screenplay that he co-wrote with Stuart Beattie. The film stars Elsa Pataky and Luke Bracey.[3][4] It is about terrorists who want to launch a nuclear attack on the United States with stolen missiles. When the terrorists attack a remote offshore missile interceptor ...

    • Michael Boughen, Matthew Street, Stuart Beattie
    • Matthew Reilly
  2. S-350 missile system. The S-350 Vityaz ( Russian: C-350 Витязь) is a Russian medium-range surface-to-air missile system developed by GSKB Almaz-Antey. Its purpose is to replace the S-300PS. [2] The system design traces its roots from the joint South Korean/Russian KM-SAM project and uses the same 9M96 missile as the S-400 missile system .

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    The road-mobile Iskander[note 1] was the second attempt by Russia to replace the Scud missile. The first attempt, the OTR-23 Oka, was eliminated under the INF Treaty. The design work on Iskander was begun in December 1988, initially directed by the KBM rocket weaponry designer Sergey Nepobedimy, and was not significantly affected by the dissolution...

    The Iskander ballistic missile is superior to its predecessor, the Oka. The Iskander-M system is equipped with two solid-propellant single-stage guided missiles, model 9M723K1. Each one is controlled throughout the entire flight path and fitted with an inseparable warhead. Each missile in the launch carrier vehicle can be independently targeted in ...

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    The first documented use of the Iskander was in the Russo-Georgian War in which Dutch journalist Stan Storimans was killed on 12 August 2008 in Gori. An investigation by the Dutch governmentrevealed that a single, 5 mm fragment from an anti-personnel sub-munition, carried by an Iskander missile, killed the Dutch journalist. In September 2009, the Russian military announced plans to deploy Iskander missiles in all the military districtsof Russia "in a short time". According to the Stratfor rep...

    Armenia

    Armenia reportedly used its Iskander missiles against Azerbaijani forces during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war. According to unconfirmed claims by ex-president of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, the missiles were fired on the town of Shushi after its capture by Azerbaijani forces in the last days of the war. Responding to these claims, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan neither confirmed nor denied the claim that an Iskander was fired on Shushi, but implied that the missiles that were launched did not exp...

    Iskander-M

    Variant for the Russian Armed Forces with two 9M723 quasi-ballistic missiles with published range 415 km, rumoured 500 km. Speed Mach 6–7, flight altitude up to 6–50 km, nuclear capable stealth missile, controlled at all stages, not ballistic flight path. Immediately after the launch and upon approach to the target, the missile performs intensive maneuvering to evade anti-ballistic missiles.The missile constantly maneuvers during flight as well.

    Iskander-K

    "K" for Krylataya ("Winged"). Variant intended to carry various types of cruise missiles. At present, it includes: 1. 9M728 (SSC-X-7) also known as R-500 – flight altitude up to 6 km, published range up to 500 km and automatic adjustment in the way, follow of terrain relief in flight. The missile is evolved from 3M10, 3M54/3M14 and Kh-101/102 missiles and can be launched also by the Iskander-M.[citation needed] 2. 9M729 (SSC-X-8) – new long-range missile that is reportedly land-based version...

    Iskander-E

    "E" for Eksport. The director of the state corporation Rostec Sergey Chemezov commented that the Iskander missile complex is a serious offensive weapon capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. This ballistic missile system is in the military list of products prohibited for export. Iskander missile complexes cannot be exported. In 2016, Armenia, a Russian ally and a member of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) became the first foreign country to operate the system. Iskander-E has...

    Russia – 160 units (13 rocket brigades with 12 units each, and one unit with 4 units at Kapustin Yar). In service with the Western Military District since 2010. Missiles are also deployed in Armeni...
    Armenia – 25 units. Several systems were displayed at the Independence Day parade rehearsal in September 2016. Two managers of the Russian military-industrial complex Rosoboronexport confirmed that...
    Algeria – 4 regiments (48 launchers). During the Dubai Airshow 2017 exhibition, representatives of the Federal Service of Military-Technical Cooperation officially confirmed that the Iskander-E mis...
    Belarus – bought an undisclosed number of Iskander ballistic missile systems in May 2022, according to a statement made by Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko.President Putin has announced a pla...

    Specifications

    1. Manufacturer: Votkinsk Machine Building Plant (Votkinsk) – missiles Production Association Barricades (Volgograd) – ground equipment KBM (Kolomna) – developer of the system 2. Launch range: 2.1. maximum: 500 km (Iskander-M, unofficial) 2.2. minimum: 50 km 3. Accuracy: 3.1. 5–7 m with terminal phase DSMAC optoelectronichoming system (Iskander-M) 3.2. 1–30 m 9K720 4. Time to launch: up to 4 min from highest readiness, up to 16 min from march 5. Interval between launches: less than a minute 6...

    System components

    The full Iskander system includes 1. missiles 2. transporter-erector-launcher vehicle (chassis of 8×8 MZKT-79306 ASTROLOG truck) 3. Transporter and loader vehicle (chassis of 8×8 MZKT-79306 ASTROLOG truck) 4. Command and staff vehicle (chassis of KAMAZsix-wheel truck) 5. Information preparation station vehicle (chassis of KAMAZ six-wheel truck) 6. Maintenance and repair vehicle (chassis of KAMAZ six-wheel truck) 7. Life support vehicle (chassis of KAMAZ six-wheel truck) 8. Depot equipment set...

    Intended targets

    The system is intended to use conventional warheadsfor the engagement of point and area targets, including: 1. hostile fire weapons (missile systems, multiple launch rocket systems, long-range artillery pieces) 2. air and missile defense weapons, aerodrome 3. fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft at airfields 4. command posts and communications nodes 5. troops in concentration areas 6. critical civilian infrastructure facilities It is also capable of striking strongly protected targets, such as bun...

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    In 1971, the US Navy began studies of an advanced Undersea Long-range Missile System (ULMS). A Decision Coordinating Paper (DCP) for the ULMS was approved on 14 September 1971. ULMS program outlined a long-term modernization plan, which proposed the development of a longer-range missile termed ULMS II, which was to achieve twice the range of the ex...

    The launch from the submarine occurs below the sea surface. The missiles are ejected from their tubes by igniting an explosive charge in a separate container which is separated by seventeen titanium alloy pinnacles activated by a double alloy steam system. The energy from the blast is directed to a water tank, where the water is flash-vaporized to ...

    The Pentagon proposed the Conventional Trident Modification program in 2006 to diversify its strategic options, as part of a broader long-term strategy to develop worldwide rapid strike capabilities, dubbed "Prompt Global Strike". The US$503 million program would have converted existing Trident II missiles (presumably two missiles per submarine) in...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › NASAMSNASAMS - Wikipedia

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    Development of NASAMS began in the 1990s when the Norwegian company Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (KDA) teamed up with Raytheon and initiated the NASAMS programme as a cooperative effort for the Royal Norwegian Air Force(RNoAF). The integrated air defense battle management command and control system, based on KS500F computers and the KMC9000 contro...

    In the US several NASAMS were used to guard air space over Washington, D.C. during the 2005 United States presidential inauguration, and are used to protect air space around the White House. In 2017 Lithuania ordered the NASAMS-3 to improve its own air defense capabilities; two batteries were delivered in 2020. In April 2017 Australia approved a si...

    NASAMS has been exported to the United States, with the NASAMS 2 upgrade having been exported to Finland, the Netherlands, Spain, Oman, and Chile. There were 12 official operators as of 2020. Kongsberg stated: "NASAMS is in operational use in Norway, Spain, USA, the Netherlands, Finland and one undisclosed customer. The system is in production for ...

  4. The Type 12 Surface-to-Ship Missile (12式地対艦誘導弾) is a truck-mounted anti-ship missile developed by Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in 2012. It is an upgrade of the Type 88 Surface-to-Ship Missile.The Type 12 features INS with mid-course GPS guidance and better precision due to enhanced Terrain Contour Matching and target discrimination capabilities.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Boeing_747Boeing 747 - Wikipedia

    Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. SOFIA. The Boeing 747 is a large, long-range wide-body airliner designed and manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes in the United States. After introducing the 707 in October 1958, Pan Am wanted a jet 21⁄2 times its size, to reduce its seat cost by 30% to democratize air travel.