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Smerch 9K58 MLRS

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9K58 'Smerch' (Tornado) Self Propelled MLRS system. Also known as the BM-30, or 9A52-2. 2048 res PSD texture also available on request. Part of a huge related collection available from ES3DStudios.

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The BM-30 Smerch (Tornado) or 9K58 is a Soviet multiple rocket launcher. The system is designed to defeat manpower, armored and soft-skinned materiel in concentration areas, artillery batteries, command posts and ammunition depots. It was created in 1986 and entered service in the Soviet Army in 1989.

t is produced by the Splav State Research and Production Association, Tula, Russia, which also manufactures the Uragan, Grad and Prima rocket launchers. Smerch was developed in the early 1980s and entered service with the Russian Army in 1988. It is also in service with Belarus and the Ukraine, and has been exported to Kuwait (27 systems) and Algeria (18 systems).

In 2002, the Indian Army carried out a series of firing trials of the modernised Smerch-M system, which features an automatic rocket preparing and launching system and an increased range of up to 90km. In December 2005, India placed an order for an initial 38 systems. Deliveries began in May 2007 and are scheduled to conclude in 2008.

The Russian Army is upgrading Smerch MLRS systems with new navigation and targeting systems.

The Smerch MLRS is composed of the following: launch vehicle, transloader, rockets, training facilities and arsenal equipment.

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