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Bomber Aircraft
The Tu-160 bomber is intended to defeat the most important targets in far-off military-geographic areas and in the deep rear of continental theaters of operations by using nuclear and conventional wea...
Naval Simulators
The Laguna simulator is intended to train naval officers in conditions of simulated naval operations within single space and time. The integrated simulator comprises: - a navigation simulator; - an...
Sniper Weapons
Intended for sniping fire at short ranges. It is a limited-purpose weapon with an effective range of up to 70 m. However, the short firing range and low lethality of the small-caliber cartridge bull...

Russian Military Forces

Su-30MK MULTIFUNCTIONAL FIGHTER Su-30MK MULTIFUNCTIONAL FIGHTER
The Sukhoi Su-30MK multifunctionalfighter is intended to gain air superiority,deliver blows against groundand surface targets by guided andunguided weapons, and also to conductgroup combat actions in enemy’sECM and air defense fire environment,by day and night, in any weather conditions. The two-seat Su-30MK enables itscrew to fully implement vast capabilitiesof up-to-date avionics systemsand the entire range of airborneweapons to defeat aerial and ground(surface) targets. The Su-30MK is a qualitatively newmultifunctional combat aircraft, inwhich the Su-27-family aircraft combatcapab...
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Ka-52 ALLIGATOR ALL-WEATHER MULTIROLE COMBAT HELICOPTER Ka-52 ALLIGATOR ALL-WEATHER MULTIROLE COMBAT HELICOPTER
The Ka-52 is intended to defeat armor materiel, low-speed aerial targets, as well as uncovered and covered manpower in the daytime and at night, in VFR and IFR weather conditions. The twoseat Ka-52 is capable of carrying out group combat actions, including those involving a combined air strength (Ka-52 and Ka-50 combat helicopters). The crewmembers are accommodated side by side in a common cockpit and each crewmember can fly the helicopter and control all its systems. The helicopter is equipped with all weapons carried by the Ka-50, including the Vikhr ATGMs and the Igla-V guided missiles. The...
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Mi-24 (Mi-35, Mi-35M) COMBAT-TRANSPORT HELICOPTERS Mi-24 (Mi-35, Mi-35M) COMBAT-TRANSPORT HELICOPTERS
Intended for air support of the ground forces units by fire at enemy combat equipment (including armor materiel) and manpower, heliborne assault party landing, as well as for evacuation of the wounded from a battlefield. The helicopters are designed around a conventional single-rotor configuration with a tail rotor and retractable tricycle nosewheel type landing gear. The pilot and the weapon operator are seated in tandem cockpits under individual canopies. The Mi-24’s distinguishing feature is its cabin which can accommodate eight airlanding troopers. The helicopter is powered by t...
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PS-90A TURBOFAN ENGINE PS-90A TURBOFAN ENGINE
The PS-90A turbofan engine is designed to power the Il-76 transport aircraft and its modifications, as well as the Tu-204, Tu-214, Tu-234, Tu-330 and Il-96-300 airliners. The PS-90A is a standardized two-shaft bypass exhaust mixing turbofan engine provided with bypass duct reversing. The engine features a modular design (eleven modules) and is equipped with electronic control and diagnostics systems. In 1992, it has been certificated to the Interstate Aviation Committee and ICAO Standards. The PS-90A complies with the requirements of the European and International Emission and Noise Standards....
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OSA AIMING RADAR COMPLEX OSA AIMING RADAR COMPLEX
The Osa aiming radar complex is intended for equipping the MiG-29-type aircraft. The Osa phased-array radar complex, ensuring electronic scanning and a widezone (with a cone angle of 120°) guidance of active, semiactive and infraredhoming missiles, is capable of simultaneously tracking eight targets and engaging four of them throughout the entire angular zone and 16 in the scanning zone, as well as combining the air-to-air and airto- surface operating modes.   Basic Characteristics Range, km: ...
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M-23 AERIAL TRAINING TARGET M-23 AERIAL TRAINING TARGET
The M-23 is intended to simulate aerial targets during combat training of personnel of the Air Force, Air Defense, Ground Forces and Navy, and test various armament systems. The M-23 is developed from the MiG-23M fighter and can be used within the altitude range of 50 to 17,500 m. Unlike the basic aircraft, the performance characteristics of the M-23 can be markedly enhanced by decreasing the requirements imposed upon its strength and service life. For example, the maximum near-ground speed can be increased up to 1,440 km/h from the initial value of 1,350 km/h, the high-altitude speed up to ...
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FLIGHT SIMULATION SYSTEMS FLIGHT SIMULATION SYSTEMS
The flight simulation systems are intended for equipping simulator complexes being developed or modernized. They are based on advanced methods of out-the-window environment visualization, mathematical flight simulation, and operation of aircraft systems, artificial feel of controls, acoustic flight simulation, simulated cabin mobility, etc.   Up-to-date basic simulator-building technologies make it possible to develop and modernize integrated simulators designed for pilot personnel training, and to solve a wide range of practical problems. A qualitatively new integrated system has been developed to simulate combat training, optimize and debug advanced airborne complexes, as well as ...
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