Kitolov-2M

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Kitolov-2M
TypePrecision-guided artillery projectile
Place of originRussian Federation
Service history
Used byRussian Federation

Kitolov-2M is a Russian laser-guided 120mm mortar and 122mm artillery shell with Malakhit automated artillery fire control system able to attack stationary and moving targets with top attack pattern.[1][2][3][4][5]

Several mortars using this system can fire simultaneously without interfering with each other, and the system is using common data for targets spaced at up to 300 m.

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  1. ^ "KBP Instrument Design Bureau - Kitolov-2M". www.kbptula.ru. Retrieved 4 July 2018.
  2. ^ KM-3 Retrieved 4 July 2018.
  3. ^ Ponomarenko, Vladimir P.; Filachev, Anatoly M. (2007). Infrared Techniques and Electro-optics in Russia: A History 1946–2006. SPIE Press. p. 180. ISBN 0-8194-6355-8.
  4. ^ Lilley, James R.; Shambaugh, David L. (2015) [1996]. Taqi Ming Cheung; June Teufel Dreyer; Richard D. Fisher Jr; Wendy Frieman; Bates Gill; Paul H.B. Godwin; Taeho Kim; Eric A. McVadon; Michael Pillsbury (eds.). "China's Military Faces the Future". Routledge. p. 177. ISBN 0-7656-0506-6.
  5. ^ "Smart ammo: precision-guided munitions for field artillery" (PDF). Jane's Defence Weekly.