|Type||Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon|
|Place of origin||Romania|
|Armor||against 14,5mm calibre|
|4X surface to air missiles|
|7.62mm PKT machine gun|
140 hp (104 kW)
The CA-95 is a highly mobile, short range, Romanian native-made amphibious self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon, currently in service with the Romanian Land Forces. It can carry four infrared-guided surface to air missiles and has a range of approximately 700 km. Each TEL consists of two pairs of ready-to-fire missiles, mounted in boxes on either side of a turret on a TAB-79 amphibious vehicle. It can engage low-altitude targets located at maximum 4,200m height, but its most effectively engaged targets would be located at an altitude between 30 and 3,500 meters.
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