Russian Air-to-Air Missiles --An Update

Szulc, Tomasz
July 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p79
The article offers updates on Russian air-to-air missiles. It states that such weapons had been developed long time ago and with the decline of Russia, a number of them retired except for the Su-15, R-98 missile and fighter type missiles. It presents some information about other weapons like the R-60 that was followed by the R-missile. Issues regarding the development of new generation missiles are also discussed.


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