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Krasnopol-M2  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2009
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: GP-1, K155M and KM-1M
Origin: Russia
Corporations: KBP
Parent System: Krasnopol
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Total Production: ?
Family Members: Krasnopol and Krasnopol-M
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Description: The KM-1M Krasnopol-M2 is a 155mm artillery projectile designed to engage armored targets using a semi-active laser (SAL) guidance system in the terminal phase of its trajectory. Krasnopol-M2 is a further development based on Krasnopol-M. It is aimed at the export market to be employed by western artillery systems such as the M109, G5, G6, FH77, TRF1 and Russian MSTA-SE-155. Fortifications, ships and enemy artillery sites stationary or on the move at day/night can be engaged accurately and effectively by the Krasnopol-M2 artillery guided weapon system.

Once fired, the K155M projectile follows a ballistic trajectory approaching to the target. Then the forward observer aims the Malakhit automatic fire control system's laser designator illuminating the target at a maximum range of 7,000 meters. The Krasnopol's seeker locks on the target and the navigation system corrects its trajectory in order to impact on the selected point. The projectile follows a top attack pattern to achieve an optimized probability of kill against the armored target. The Krasnopol-M2 has a hit probability of 80-90 percent.

Krasnopol-M2 Specifications

Dimensions
Caliber: 155 millimeter
Length: 1,200 millimeter (47 inch)
Percent
Hit Probability: 90 %
Performance
Max Range: 25 kilometer (13.5 nautical mile)
Weight
Explosive Weight: 11 kilogram (24.3 pound)
Weight: 54 kilogram (119 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Meters per Second (mps)   Kilometers per Hour (kph)   Knot (kt)   Miles per Hour (mph)
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