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No: 4368   Contributor: dration   Year: 2010   Manufacturers: Almaz-Antey, NIIP, UMZ   Country: Russia

9K37M1-2 (Бук-М1-2) Buk missile system NATO code name SA-17 Grizzly.
Each Buk M-1/2 ADMS mounted on tracked vehicles can engage up to six targets attacking from any direction. The BUK M-1/2 consists of several elements including six Self Propelled Missile Carriers (9A310M1 / 2) carrying four missiles each, a 9C18M1 Target Acquisition Radar (TAR), a 9C470M1-2 Command Post (CP) vehicle and a 9A39M1 launcher/loader (See photo). A Polyana D4M1 can control up to four of these systems. See picture #4728 for more info on the BUK system.
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9A39M1 TL for 9k37M1-2 Buk-M1-2 w 9a317 TEL SAGM Launcher (SA-17 Grizzly) (4+4) Rails

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