Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Also Known As: S3V
Tactical Missiles Corporation (KTRV)
Parent System: Zagon-1
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1992
Total Production: ?
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Description: The Zagon-1, also known as S3V, is an anti-submarine bomb developed by the former Soviet Union in the 1980s and introduced into service by Russia and China in the 1990s. The Zagon-1 bomb has been designed to be released by both fixed-wing and rotary-wing anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft such as Ka-28, Tu-142, Il-38 and Mi-14. The bomb was designed to destroy cruising submarines from the surface through 600 meters depth even in splash waters of 150 meters deep, fiords and bays with conditions of Sea State 6. The bomb is released from an aircraft and descends using a parachute. Once on water the Zagon bomb uses active sonar to determine the intended target and is steered upon it.
Max Gliding Angle: 60 �
Diameter: 210 millimeter (8.27 inch)
Length: 1.30 meter (51 inch)
Max Detection Range: 120 meter
Max Target's Depth: 600 meter (659 yard)
Min Target's Depth: 0 meter
Vertical Dive Speed: 16.2 mps
Warhead: 19 kilogram (42 pound)
Weight: 94 kilogram (207 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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on 22 Aug 2018
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