Rostec: Russian troops received a batch of new MLRS “Tornado-G” and “Tornado-S”
MOSCOW, November 16 – RIA Novosti. As part of the state defense order “Special Design Bureau” (SKB, part of the military division “Motovilikhinskiye Zavody” of “Rostec”) supplied the Russian Ministry of Defense with a group of combat vehicles consisting of multiple launch rocket systems ( MLRS) “Tornado-G” and “Tornado-S” reports in “Rostec” environment.
The state agency did not specify the number of combat vehicles delivered to the customer.
Contractual obligations regarding the shipment of “Tornado-G” and “Tornado-S” modern combat vehicles were fulfilled completely and on time. Due to the high workload of production in some plants, employees work in three shifts.” SKB General Manager Sergey Dyadkin made a statement at the press service.
According to Dyadkin, the company is creating new jobs, increasing salaries and working hard on technical re-equipment.
“The timely dispatch of military equipment within the framework of the state defense order is a priority task for our enterprise,” the director general said.
“Special Design Bureau” is the developer and sole manufacturer of combat and transport loading vehicles MLRS “Grad”, “Smerch” and their upgraded versions “Tornado-G”, “Tornado-S” in Russia.
MLRS “Tornado-G” caliber 122 mm is designed to destroy artillery and mortar batteries, air defense forces, objects behind enemy lines, units, manpower and equipment in places of concentration. The vehicle is equipped with an automatic guidance and fire control system.
The MLRS “Tornado-S” caliber 300 millimeters is used to destroy group targets, tactical missiles, anti-aircraft systems, military-industrial infrastructure on distant approaches.
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