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Russia’s Navy receives two Shtil-1 shipborne air defense missile system launchers
 
Start Scientific and Production Association, part of Russia’s Tekhnodinamika Group, has delivered two launchers of the Shtil-1 (NATO reporting name: SA-N-12 Grizzly) shipborne air defense missile system to the Russian Navy, Association CEO Vladimir Tretyakov told TASS.

Start Scientific and Production Association, part of Russia’s Tekhnodinamika Group, has delivered two launchers of the Shtil-1 (NATO reporting name: SA-N-12 Grizzly) shipborne air defense missile system to the Russian Navy, Association CEO Vladimir Tretyakov told TASS.

 
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Russia’s Navy receives two Shtil-1 shipborne air defense missile system launchers
 
Start Scientific and Production Association, part of Russia’s Tekhnodinamika Group, has delivered two launchers of the Shtil-1 (NATO reporting name: SA-N-12 Grizzly) shipborne air defense missile system to the Russian Navy, Association CEO Vladimir Tretyakov told TASS.
     

Start Scientific and Production Association, part of Russia’s Tekhnodinamika Group, has delivered two launchers of the Shtil-1 (NATO reporting name: SA-N-12 Grizzly) shipborne air defense missile system to the Russian Navy, Association CEO Vladimir Tretyakov told TASS.
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"A decision was made last year to deliver two launchers of the Shtil-1 shipborne air defense missile system. The Russian Navy has received them," Tretyakov said.

"The launchers passed trials. More deliveries are not planned for this year," he added.

According to the CEO, the launchers are designed for Project 11356 frigates.

As Tretyakov said, the output of military products manufactured by the Start Scientific and Production Association under state defense and foreign contracts will hit the record this year.

"In 2016, the output has grown by 28-30%, year-on-year, and equals 5.4 billion rubles [$85 million], compared to 4.2 billion rubles [$66 million] in 2015," the CEO added.

The 3S90E.1 launcher’s underdeck vertical launch tube modules reduce the ship’s radar signature.

The 3S90E.1 launcher can be mounted on surface ships with a displacement of more than 1,500 tons.

Depending on its configuration, the system can fire two-twelve targets simultaneously.

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