|Type||Short-range ballistic missile|
|Place of origin||China|
|Used by||China, Turkey|
|Manufacturer||China Precision Machinery Import-Export Corporation|
|Up to 150 km|
The B-611 is a Chinese solid-fuelled short-range ballistic missile (SRBM) developed by China Precision Machinery Import-Export Corporation (CPMIEC). The missile has a maximum range of 150 km.
The B611MR is a semi-ballistic surface-launched anti-radar missile first advertised in 2014. It uses GPS-inertial guidance and wideband passive radar. The missile is capable of flying flattened trajectory and performing pre-programmed maneuvers to reduce the chance of interception.
A pair of the missiles may be carried on a 6 x 6 wheeled vehicle.
The P-12 was first shown at the 2006 China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition.
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