Wednesday, April 24, 2024

New Multiple Rocket Launch Systems to enter Russian service

Uragan-1M advanced MRLS produced by NPO Splav may soon enter Russian service.

The difference between the new and the old modifications is the capability to employ interchangeable packages of 220mm ammunition.

Ammunition of the MRLS is stored in special box launchers that can be quickly reloaded.


Uragan-1M is a self-propelled multiple rocket launcher system designed in the Russia. The Uragan-1M is capable of launching 220 mm rockets and mounted on the rear of a MZKT 8×8 chassis.

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