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Unique Defense from Anti-Aircraft Systems Created
16.06.2010 09:50
Unique Defense from Anti-Aircraft Systems Created
Anti-aircraft system

Russian engineers recently demonstrated a unique system for helicopter active protection from any kinds of existing portable anti-aircraft systems.
      Final version of the protection system, called President-S, was tested in 2009. After the system was switched on, any kinds of missiles veered away from a target and then self-destructed.
      President-S active defense system is army-accepted and is now in serial production. All helicopters with missions in planets hot spots will be equipped with this new development of Russian engineers.


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