APR-3E  
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Origin: Russia
Corporations: Tactical Missiles Corporation (KTRV)
Parent System: APR-3E
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
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Description: The APR-3E is a torpedo powered by a turbo water-jet solid-propellant rocket motor and is designed to destroy surfaced and submerged submarines at a depth of up to 800 meters and moving at speeds of up to 45 knots. It was developed to be released by airborne platforms such as helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft (Tu-142, Il-38, Ka-28, Mi-17). The APR-3E utilizes a passive acoustic homing head with the engine shut during gravity submersion along a spiral trajectory. The homing head can detect targets at ranges of up to 2,000 meters. Once the APR-3E has detected a potential target the engine ignites and the APR-3E is ensured to hit the designated target in 1 or 2 minutes which shortens the odds of the target applying countermeasures or getting away. The underwater missile has a top speed of 120 kph or 65 knots with an engine endurance of 113 seconds. The Russian missile torpedo can detect and engage targets below a maximum speed which is 45 knots for the APR-3E.

APR-3E Applications


Support Aircraft Ka-27 Mi-14 Tu-142

APR-3E Specifications

Dimensions
Diameter: 350 millimeter (13.8 inch)
Length: 3.60 meter (142 inch)
Wingspan: 500 millimeter (19.7 inch)
Percent
Hit Probability: 85 %
Performance
Max Target's Depth: 800 meter (879 yard)
Seeker's Detection Range: 2,000 meter
Speed
Target's Max Speed: 45 knot (83 kph)
Top Speed: 120 kph (75 mph)
Weight
Warhead: 100 kilogram (220 pound)
Weight: 550 kilogram (1,213 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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