Ukraine defense industry unveils GROM-2 surface-to-surface ballistic missile 3009143

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GROM-2 ballistic missile

 
 
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 09:40 AM
 
Ukraine defense industry unveils GROM-2 surface-to-surface ballistic missile.
During the Defense Exhibition in Kiev, Arms and Security 2014 which was held from the 24 to 27 September 2014, a new local-made military project was unveiled concerning the development of a new surface-to-surface ballistic missile, called GROM-2.
     
During the Defense Exhibition in Kiev, Arms and Security 2014 which was held from the 24 to 27 September 2014, a new local-made military project was unveiled concerning the development of a new surface-to-surface ballistic missile, called GROM-2.
GROM surface-to-surface ballistic missile
     
Ukrainian sources indicate that the new Grom-2 complex would be comparable to the Russian Iskander-M missile with a range of 250-300 km, and Ukraine intends to market it for export.

The development of the GROM-2 is under the control of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense. An April 2008 report in the Ukrainian press indicated that the Defense Ministry had allocated 117 million rubles for the Grom project.

The Grom (Hrom) is a short range (80-290 km) missile system design, which has been promoted as a replacement to the ageing Tochka-U (NATO code SS-21 Scarab) tactical missile complex currently in service with the Ukrainian armed forces

     
During the Defense Exhibition in Kiev, Arms and Security 2014 which was held from the 24 to 27 September 2014, a new local-made military project was unveiled concerning the development of a new surface-to-surface ballistic missile, called GROM-2.
GROM-2 surface-to-surface ballistic missile
 

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