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DSEI 2021: Rafael displays Sea Breaker precision-guided missile system


The Israeli company Rafael displays for the first time Sea Break precision-guided missile system at DSEI, Defence and Security Equipment International which takes place 14-17 September in London.


Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Sea Breaker precision-guided missile system (Picture source: Navy Recognition)


Sea Breaker is a naval and artillery unit force-multiplier, designed to overcome the modern warfare arena challenges, using Rafael's legacy of high-end precision-guided solutions.

Sea Breaker provides surgical, pin-point precision strikes from stand-off ranges of up to 300 km. It features an advanced IIR (Imaging Infra-Red) seeker, ideal for engagement of maritime and land targets, stationary or moving, in advanced Anti Access/Area Denial (A2/AD) arenas, and in littoral or brown water, including archipelago, as well as for engagements in which previous generation RF-seeker-based missiles are not effective.

Sea Breaker can be launched from naval platforms, varying in size, from fast attack missile boats, to corvettes and frigates. The land version is a central part of the shore defense, based on Rafael's highly-mobile SPYDER launchers. The battery architecture supports standalone launchers, or operation as an integrated solution, with a command and control Unit (CCU) and various sensors, based on customer requirements.