Russian Industry Evolution

Biass, Eric H.
June 2004
Armada International;Jun/Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p120
Discusses the evolution of the Russian defense industry. Features of the Su-27SMs fighter as compared to that of the Su-27S; Improvements in areas of firepower, mobility and survivability; Description of the Shtora-1M developed by Chelyabinsk Electromashina. INSET: Seeing Lenses.


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