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Mauser 30mm/Arrow made and use skyguard radar for Royal Thai Airforce only in the world?
1 unit had 1 skyguard for 4 Arrows,Thai had 2 skyguard and 8 Arrows

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nearly Gteece 30mm/Artemis
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M16 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage in AAG battalion,Royal Thai Army.
use in now,I think to use lastest country in the world!
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Egypt,Nile-23
2 x ZU-23 and 4 x Saqr(Sakr=falcon) eyes

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Tracking unit of the Nile-23 self-propelled anti-aircraft system mounted on an M113A2 chassis.
 

S-125_(SA-3)_Pechora-2BM_-_Belarusian_upgrade​

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Belarusian upgrade of S-125 (SA-3 Goa) SAM by Alevkurp company. Photo taken at Milex-2019 arms and military machinery exhibition (Minsk, Belarus)

S-125 (SA-3 Goa) anti-aircraft missile system​

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AA missile 79 aka Petshora aka SA-3 Goa​

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AA missile 79 aka Petshora aka SA-3 Goa launching​

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Missile transporter SA-3​

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Missile transporter on ZIL-131 chasiss and SA3 Goa missile

S-125 Newa​

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S-125 Newa In full flight
27-05-1999 Wicko Morskie

unknown ???​

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I think this is photo is taken in Bydgoszcz
Missile 5V27, launcher 5P71 from S-125 Newa (SA-3 Goa)

S-125 Neva​

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S-125 Neva or SA 3 seeinig in Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow

S-125 Newa SC​

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Polish modernization S-125 Newa (SA-3 GOA). Chassis is from retired T-55.
I have permission to use this pictures. This picture is from this web http://www.serwis-militarny.net
Author Grzegorz Prasal.

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S-75 (SA-2 Guideline) anti-aircraft missile system​

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SA-2​

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I was doing this photo in magazine Polish Aviation Museum.

SA-2 Missile System​

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The V-75 (SA-2) surface-to-air missile system was designed for the defense of both fixed targets and field forces. The V-75 was designed to cope with the threat posed by small groups of aircraft rather than massed raids. Flexibility and mobility are its chief advantages over the SA-1. In contrast to the massive SA-1 sites, each of which is capable of defending only a limited sector around the target area, each SA-2 site is capable of 360 coverage. This flexibility is obtained at the expense of target handling capacity and rate of fire relative to the SA-1. It is intended for defeat of manned and pilotless air attack weapons at the heights from 100 m to 30 km, which fly with speeds of up to 3000 km/h, at the distances to 58 km.


SA-2​

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unknown type​

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S-75 Wolchow or S-75 Dzwina (SA-2)
I think this is photo is also taken in Bydgoszcz
yes fap you have right. this pic was doing in airbase Bydgoszcz Szwederowo in museum Second air base
Launcher SM-90, missile 20DSU from S-75 Volkhov (SA-2 Guideline)

Launcher​

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Laucher S-75/SA-2 preparing to transport
photo made in Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow
This Launcher type SM-63 from SA-75 Dvina (SA-2 Guideline)

S-75​

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S-75 or SA 2 seeinig in Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow
Missile type 11D (V-750V) or 13D (V-750VN) from SA-75 Dvina (SA-2). Launching pad type SM-63.

SAM-2​

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The SA-2 is a two-stage Air defence missile with a large solid propellant jettisonable tandem booster stage, fitted with four large clipped delta stabilising fins. Towards the mid-section of the missile are four clipped delta-shaped wings with a second set of small fixed-fins at the nose and a third in-line set of slightly larger moving control fins at the tail.
This picture has been made somewhere in Poland i think :). White areas on the missile = explosive stuff. We can see last phase of loading missile. There is Load&Transport Vehicle behind the launcher (not visible).
This missile type D20-C.
Red lines = training missile (only for learning manipulation)

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