Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
11 January 2014
Parent System: Vostok-D
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 11 January 2014
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Description: The Belarusian Army Vostok-D is a 2D, mobile, Very High Frequency (VHF), long-range radar developed by Belarus as the replacement for the Soviet P-18 Spoon Rest D surveillance radar. The radar system is deployed mounted on a 6x6 truck and has been optimized for detection of aircraft flying at low altitude and unmanned aerial vehicles as well as stealth jet-sized aircraft. The Vostok-D radar system has a maximum detection range of 360 kilometers. The Belarusian Army fielded the first Vostok-D long-range radar system within its electronic warfare units in early January 2014.
Max Detection Range: 360 kilometer (194 nautical mile)
Small Air Target Detection Range: 80 kilometer
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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