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42S6 Morfej RZV-MD
Type Tracked SAM system , TEL
Place of origin  Russia
Service history
Used by Russia PVO (incorporated with (V)VKO into VKS (VS RF) in 2014-15)
Production history
Designer Almaz-Antey
Specifications (Tor-M1)


42S6 Morfey or Morefei with missile 9M338K or RZV-MD based and derived from Tor-M2 , is a short range air defense system currently being developed for the Russian Armed Forces.[1] It is a mobile system with a range of 5 km (3 mi). Development has been ongoing since 2007 and it is supposed to be introduced in 2015.[2] It is reported to feature an omni-directional cupola-type radar [3] with Active electronically scanned array.[4] It is being developed by Almaz-Antey.[1]

Type Surface-to-air missile
Place of origin  Russia
Service history
Used by Russia PVO now VKS united with VKO
Specifications (9M338K)
Warhead HE

Engine solid propellant rocket
Propellant Solid-fuel rocket


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