Defense Industry of Belarus presents its Shershen ATGM Anti-Tank Guided Missile at DSA 2016 11804163

 
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Shershen missile at DSA 2016
 
 
Defense Industry of Belarus presents its Shershen ATGM Anti-Tank Guided Missile at DSA 2016.
The Belarusian defense industry takes part in the international exhibition and conference Defense Services Asia 2016 (DSA). Joint-stock Company "Science Research & Production Center" displays its ATGM (Anti-Tank Guided Missile called Shershen.
     
The Belarusian defense industry takes part in the international exhibition and conference Defense Services Asia 2016 (DSA). Joint-stock Company "Science Research & Production Center" displays its ATGM (Anti-Tank Guided Missile called Shershen. Belarus-made Shershen D anti-tank missile system with two firing channels.
     
«Shershen» ATGM (Anti-Tank Guided Missile) system is third generation long range anti-tank laser guided missile complex able to destroy modern light and heavy armored vehicles, protected objects (such as bunkers, pillboxes, terrorists firing points in city buildings, earth-and-timber emplacements), low-speed low-altitude targets (helicopters, UAVs), water surface targets and afloat targets.

ATGM "Shershen" base version consists of a tripod, universal combat module, anti-tank guided missile, guidance device - PN-S and the remote control, which allows to control the unit from a distance up to 100 m. (with a wire channel) and up to 300 m. (with radio). So, two persons crew combat task is to assemble "Shershen", find the target and launch. All pre launch procedures takes less than 2 minutes and includes missile installation, PN-S connection and unit switch-on. Once missile start, operator have to control "Shershen" functioning and correct the aiming, if it necessary, using joystick on remote panel.

One of the latest development of the Shershen, is a remote weapon system (RWS) which consists of two launchers for the missile and one 12.7mm heavy machine gun. The Shershen RWS can be easily integrated on a wheeled or tracked combat armoured vehicles.

The Shershen missile has a maximum firing range of 5,500 m for static target and 5,000 m for moving target. The ?-2? missile (can be used with "Shershen-Q" and unificated with ATGM "Barier-B" ) extends the maximum range to 7,500m.
 

 

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