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9P149 Shturm-S Russian Anti-Tank Missile Carrier

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"WEG"
"Infantry Vehicles"
"Anti-Tank Vehicles"
"Tracked Anti-Tank Vehicles"
"Russia (RUS)"
"PRO_Armenia"
"PRO_Belarus"
"PRO_CFE Treaty"
"PRO_Russian Federation"
"Land"
"Tier3"
notes"The 9P149 is a tank destroyer of Soviet origin. It was developed to supplement the BRDM-2 based tank destroyers in Soviet service. A more capable tank destroyer was desired with the advent of new Western tanks such as the M1 Abrams and Leopard 2. The 9P149 uses the same 9M114 Shturm anti-tank missiles as used on the Mi-24 attack helicopter. The 9P149 is based on the chassis of the MT-LB tracked armored personnel carrier. The troop compartment is occupied by a single round retractable pedestal launcher that is connected to an automatic loader. Instead of the small machine gun turret, a large optical tracker is fitted. Only early model Shturm missiles can be launched since the improved models are too long for the automatic loader in the 9P149. With the launcher retracted the 9P149 looks very similar to the MT-LB and can be identified by the optical tracked instead of the small one-man turret."
dateOfIntroduction1979
countryOfOrigin"Russia (RUS)"
proliferation"Armenia, Belarus, CFE Treaty, Russian Federation"
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name"System"
properties
name"Alternative Designation"
value"9P149 Shturm-S"
name"Type"
value"Anti-Tank Missile Carrier"
name"Manufacturer"
value"Kharkiv Tractor Plant"
name"Chassis"
value"MT-LB"
name"Crew"
value"2"
units"ea"
name"Passenger Capacity"
value"11"
units"ea"
name"Payload Capacity"
value"2,000 kg"
name"Tow Capacity"
value"6,500 kg"
name"Dimensions"
properties
name"Length, Overall"
value"6.454 m"
name"Length, Hull"
value"6.454 m"
name"Width"
value"2.86 m"
name"Height"
value"1.865 m"
name"Track Width"
value"350 mm"
name"Track Length"
value"3.7 m"
name"Weight, Standard"
value"9,700 kg"
name"Weight, Combat"
value"11,900 kg"
name"Automotive"
properties
name"Engine Name"
value"YaMZ 238 V"
name"Engine Type"
value"V-8, diesel"
name"Engine Power"
value"240 hp at 2,100 rpm"
name"Power-to-Weight Ratio"
value"20.16 hp/t"
name"Fuel Capacity"
value"450 liters"
name"Gearbox"
value"Manual, Fwd: 6, Rev: 1"
name"Electrical System"
value"24 V"
name"Steering"
value"clutch and brake"
name"Suspension"
value"torsion bar"
name"Maximum Land Speed"
value"61.5 km/h"
name"Maximum Water Speed"
value"4.5 km/h"
name"Range"
value"500 km"
name"Gradient"
value"60%"
name"Side Slope"
value"30%"
name"Vertical Obstacle"
value"0.61 m"
name"Trench"
value"2.41 m"
name"Main Weapon System"
properties
name"Name"
value"9M120"
name"Type"
value"Anti-Tank Missile"
name"Manufacturer"
value"INA"
name"Length"
value"1,832 mm"
name"Diameter"
value"130 mm"
name"Wingspan"
value"0.36 m"
name"Weight"
value"49.4 kg"
name"Engine"
value"Solid propellant rocket motor"
name"Guidance System"
value"SACLOS RF command guidance"
name"Warhead"
value"5.3 kg HEAT, penetration 560–600 mm vs RHA"
name"Maximum Range"
value"5,800 m"
name"Minimum Range"
value"400 m"
name"Maximum Altitude"
value"4,000 m"
name"Speed"
value"350–400 m/s"
name"Penetration"
value"Tandem-HEAT warhead, stated to be capable of penetrating at least 800 mm of RHAe behind ERA"
name"Auxiliary Weapon System"
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name"System"
properties
name"Name"
value"1 × 7.62 mm PKT General-Purpose Machine Gun"
name"Type"
value"General-Purpose Machine Gun"
name"Caliber"
value"7.62 mm"
name"Length"
value"1,098 mm"
name"Barrel Length"
value"772 mm"
name"Weight"
value"7.5 kg"
name"Action"
value"Gas-operated, open bolt"
name"Rate of Fire"
value"700–800 rounds/min"
name"Muzzle Velocity"
value"825 m/s"
name"Maximum Firing Range"
value"4,000 m"
name"Effective Firing Range"
value"1,500 m"
name"Feed System"
value"Non-disintegrating metal 50 round belts in 100 and 200/250 round ammunition boxes"
name"Sights"
value"Iron Sights"
name"Ammunition"
properties
name"Type"
value"Rifle"
name"Caliber"
value"7.62 mm"
name"Cartridge"
value"7.62×54mmR"
name"Basic Load"
value"2,000 Rounds"
name"Fire Control"
properties
name"Name"
value"INA"
name"Computerized FCS"
value"No"
name"Thermal Sight Vehicle Commander"
value"N/A"
name"Thermal Sight Gunner"
value"N/A"
name"Main Gun Stabilization"
value"N/A"
name"Range, Day Sight"
value"1,500"
units"m"
name"Range, Thermal Sight"
value"N/A"
name"Field of View"
value"23"
units"degrees"
name"Protection"
properties
name"Hull Armor"
value"The 9P149 Shturm-S is armored according to its role, which means that it is capable of withstanding small arms fire and shell splinters but not much more. The hull has been adapted for high-intensity combat under different variants, but this has not included additional protection. In its basic configuration, the 9P149 Shturm-S is built from welded steel, which is thought to be a maximum of 14 mm thick and a minimum of 7 mm."
name"Turret Armor"
value"14"
units"mm"
name"Applique Armor"
value"Available"
name"Explosive Reactive Armor"
value"No"
name"Active Protection System"
value"No"
name"Mine Clearing"
value"No"
name"Self-Entrenching Blade"
value"Optional"
name"NBC Protection"
value"Yes"
name"Smoke Equipment"
value"No"
name"Night Vision Device Capable"
value"Yes. Some versions have spot lights."
variants
name"9K114 Shturm (AT-6 Spiral)"
notes"The 9K114 Shturm is a late Cold War-era anti-tank missile system of Soviet origin. It was developed in the early 1970s and is employed since 1976. The system is called 9K114 Shturm and its missile is known as the 9M114 Kokon. In the West, the NATO reporting name AT-6 Spiral is often used. The 9M114 was designed to provide attack helicopters with a more capable anti-tank missile than the Falanga (NATO: AT-2). Besides helicopters, it is also used on vehicles and ships. For its time the 9M114 was a rather advanced missile. It has a long sleek cylindrical body with wrap-around fins at the rear. The warhead is located at the front, followed by the guidance section with small control vanes and the solid fuel sustainer and small booster stage at the rear. The missile is stored and launched from a plastic container. The guidance is SACLOS and a VHF radio command link is used. Besides the missile, the 9K114 system consists of a daylight-only sighting system with a laser range finder and radio link. The 9M114 has a better performance than the older Falanga (AT-2) and Malyutka (AT-3) in range, penetration, and accuracy. During Western tests, accuracy proved poor while Russian sources claim 75 to 85 percent effectiveness in the Afghan war. The original 9M114 missiles penetrate about 560mm RHA and have a maximum range of 5 km. The 9M114M2 extends this range to 7 km and penetrates 600 to 650 mm RHA. A thermobaric version is available."
name"Shturm-S"
notes"The Shturm-S (Assault-S) is a Soviet anti-tank missile carrier. Letter "S" in the designation stands for "Self-propelled", as there is also a Shturm-V system, used on helicopters, and Shturm-LK naval system, used on patrol boats. Both of these missile systems were developed alongside the Shturm-S anti-tank missile carrier. The launcher vehicle is referred to as 9K114."
name"Shturm-SM"
notes"An upgraded version of the Shturm-S. It entered service with the Russian Army in 2014. It uses the more capable Ataka missiles with a range of 6 000 m. This vehicle has a day/night fighting capability. It can also operate in adverse weather conditions."
name"Shturm-SME"
notes"Export version of the Shturm-SM"
type"WEG"
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