Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Photos: Russian air defence units learn to operate Buk-M3 SAM system

The Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation has released images that show how Russian air defence units learn to operate Buk-M3 SAM system.

The Russian air defence units from the Western Military District learn to operate Buk-M3 SAM system in Kursk region.

Buk-M3 is the latest in the family of Buk air defense systems.


Its parameters are unknown. Its predecessor, Buk-M2, armed with solid propellant missiles, is capable of hitting targets three to 45 kilometers away at altitudes ranging 15 meters to 25 kilometers.

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