Shorad On the Go

Kemp, Ian
December 2006
Armada International;Dec/Jan2007, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p30
The article looks at developments in the short-range air defence (shorad) systems to meet the challenges of high intensity and asymmetric military operations. To counter the threat from fighter ground attack aircraft and battlefield helicopters, modifications have been introduced to air defence systems. Now, shorad systems are being integrated with longer range systems for them to be capable of engaging ballistic missiles and rocket, artillery and mortar threats, in the future.


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