TR1 wrote:Wow, Kortchenko delivering for once.
Very interesting covers.
Yes, mighty photos. Even highly limited but combined ballistic and winged missile strikes is something few nation on Earth can hope to survive and not one of them is
Do you know the number of launchers per brigade?
- launchers and reload vehicles (as I managed to find it is 12 launchers and 12 reload) but still I remember reading about up to 24 launchers
(120 launchers in 5 brigades by 2015)
- found it
According to the plans, announced in early 2011, during the execution of the state armaments program for 2011-2020 gg (Adopted 31.12.2010) plans to supply the armed forces of 10 missile brigades complexes "Iskander-M". August 1, 2011 Deputy Minister of Defense of Russia D.Bulgakov said that all Russian aircraft into service is planned to take 120 complexes "Iskander". In 2011, between the Ministry of Defence of Russia and NPK "MSC" a contract for the supply of brigade sets of complexes "Iskander-M" ballistic and cruise missiles.
So its 12 launchers and 12 reloads per brigade.
and from the same link we have
2007 is planned to start arming complexes missile brigades: the composition - 3 missile battalion, each with three batteries - each 3 SPU and tools to ensure - total in the orbr 27 complexes and 100 missiles for them . Including planned to equip complexes 103rd ORBR SibVO and 107 th ORBR FEB (as of 2009 these teams do not re-started or not reported).
Where we have much bigger composition.