Russian defense contractor to feature Tor air defense system at MAKS air show

Aug 24, 2019

Russian defense contractor to feature Tor air defense system at MAKS air show

Moscow (Russia) August 24: Russia's Almaz-Antey defense manufacturer will feature full-scale models of the Tor surface-to-air missile system's combat vehicles and new anti-drone technology at the MAKS 2019 air show in the town of Zhukovsky outside Moscow on August 27-September 1, the company said on Friday.
The company's display stand in pavilion D9 will feature "the ROSC-1 system for neutralizing unmanned aerial vehicles, the Sopka-2 air-route radar station and the DMRL-3 meteorological radar system. The display stand will also demonstrate radar, communications and security systems for the protection of vital facilities: the Alkor airfield surveillance radar, the Sova radar station and the Barrier site-security radar system," the company's press release reads.
"At the open exhibition, visitors will see full-scale models of combat vehicles making part of the Tor-M2DT and Tor-E2 air defense systems with 9M338KE surface-to-air missiles, Tor-M2KM anti-aircraft complexes and the 9F678E autonomous training simulator of the commander and the operator of Tor-E2 combat vehicles, and also elements of the Adyutant universal target training simulator," according to the press release.
Almaz-Antey will also showcase the long-range S-400 Triumf and Antey-2500 air defense systems, medium-range Viking and Vityaz missile launchers, short-range Tor, Osa-AKM-1, seaborne Rif-M, Shtil-1 and Klinok anti-aircraft guns, the Gibka turret mount and other products.
Source: Tass