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Also Known As: Broneboishchik and S-8 OFP
Parent System: S-80FP
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): November 2014
Total Production: ?
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Description: The S-80FP Broneboishchik is a state-of-the-art 80mm air-to-surface rocket intended for both fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft and derived from the Russian Army's S-80 unguided rocket. The S-80FP was designed by Splav corporation and features a new smaller and more compact engine and a new warhead increased by 50 percent in weight. According to Splav, the combat effectiveness of the new weapon has increased by 5 to 10 times compared with the S-80 unguided rocket introduced in the 1970s. The S-80FP can detonate before hitting the target, on impact or after penetrating the target. The first S-80FP rocket was showcased in February 2014 at Defekspo in New Delhi, India, entering into service with the Russian Armed Forces in November 2014. The S-80FP rocket is employed by Su-25 attack aircraft and Mi-8 helicopters.
Caliber: 80 millimeter
Length: 3.20 foot (38.4 inch)
Max Range: 6,850 meter (3.70 nautical mile)
Weight: 37 pound (16.8 kilogram)
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