Pantsir-S1 (NATO Codename: SA-22 Greyhound) is newest Russian short-range SAM system, a further development of 'Tunguska' SPAAGM (SA-19). It is developed as a moduled system, able to be mounted on various trucks or tracked vehicles, intented for covering and protection as military sites and units, as long-range SAM systems like S-300 and S-400. In Russia the Pantsir-S1 entered into servise in 2010, some years after the SAM was exported in Arab countries like UAE, Syria, Algeria, Jordan, Iran. Pantsir-S1 armed with 2 dual 2A38 30mm automatic guns and 12 two-stage missiles 57E6, and can trace targets and guide missiles by radar or optic systmes
This model represent most latest version of the Pantsir-S1 based on new 8x8 20 tons Kamaz-6560 chassis and equipped with S-band radar. It has designation 72V6-E4. The model is created in high detailed standard, it is real-world scaled and hierarchically linked, all objects and materials have correspondent unique names. Also, the scene contain two types of the missiles - packed in canisters and one is already launched. To animate missile launch you can use the launched missile as a target for morph animation, starting from packed ones.