Russian SAM Guidance Types

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Russian SAM Guidance Types

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Many of these in the database use what seems to be the wrong guidance types. Here's the correct list for the Russian designed SAMS. The naval derivatives are the same. SA-N-3 (as the oddball) is added at the end.

The source for this is either wikipedia, ausairpower or fas. Many of the drawings/pictures on the net of the missiles will clearly show rear facing antennas in the case of those I am saying should be RF command.

So what? Well I guess it changes the way ECM deals with the systems etc.

SA-2 (all variants)
RF Command

SA-3 (all variants)
RF Command

SA-4 (all variants)
RF Command

SA-5 (all variants)
SARH

SA-6 (all variants)
SARH

SA-8 (all variants)
RF Command

SA-10 - Grumble (early)
RF Command

SA-10 - Grumble (later)
TVM (RF Command/SARH)

SA-11
SARH

SA-12
RF Command, SARH

SA-15
RF Command

SA-17
SARH

SA-19
RF Command

SA-20
TVM (RF Command/SARH)

SA-21a
TVM (RF Command/SARH)

SA-21b
TVM/Active

SA-22
RF Command

SA-23
RF Command/SARH

SA-N-3
RF Command
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