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Igla SA-N-10
Part of Igla Family
Russian surface-to-air missile. US designation for the naval version of the Igla / SA-16. The man-fired missile was actually identical to the ground forces version.

AKA: 9M39;Gimlet;Igla;SA-N-10. Status: Operational 1983. Gross mass: 11 kg (23 lb). Height: 1.69 m (5.54 ft). Diameter: 0.0670 m (0.2190 ft). Span: 0.16 m (0.52 ft).

Unlike the special shipborne launchers developed for the VMF for the Strela, the Igla was operated from ships by simply having operators manually launch the weapon from designated positions on each vessel. Nevertheless the missile was given a separate designation by the US Department of Defence.



Country: Russia. Agency: Altair/Nepobidimy.

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