Morpheus Eberhardt wrote:gaurav wrote:magnumcromagnum wrote:
Nice to see a lady with her goods sticking out from the back:
I like to ask one question.. To experts on this topic..
What is the relation between 2 vehicles which are now been produced .. I mean in parameter terms..
One is a SUV type Tigr vehicle with 4 KBP Tula Kornet missiles ..? 4 kornet launchers on Road vehicle
They have optical means of targeting..
Other one is a tracked vehicle .. Khryzanthsema-S ..they have only 2 launchers from they are produced from different company..
is their any particular reason that Russia is producing both vehicles which have different means of targeting ??
But fire power is less in case of Khrysanthsema-S because it has only 2 launchers then why is it in Production..? exports ..?
I have given a general explanation in one of my previous posts.
I have to go to bed now. I may be able to explain a bit more when I have time, but keep in mind that Khrizamtema class and Kornet class are like apples and oranges.
At a proper military academy they teach the officers about these things.
I still don't have much time to write, but I can give some pointers in this regard.
Under the "current" organization of the Russian ground forces,
1- The man-portable version of Kornet class is designed for and is part of the antitank systems organic to a BMP-based or a BTR-based mechanized infantry battalion. The Tigr-based Kornet is not used by the mechanized groupings at all; it is designed for and is organic, at the brigade level, to the motorized and other groupings.
2- Khrizantema class is designed for and is part of antitank groupings organic to mechanized infantry brigades.
2- Germes is designed for and is part of the antitank groupings subordinate to the operational command, and possibly to the strategic command.