|Type||Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun|
|Place of origin||Poland|
|Manufacturer||Zakłady Mechaniczne Tarnów|
|4 23 mm AZP-23 autocannons (2,000 rounds)|
|4 Grom surface-to-air missiles|
|Engine||V-6R 6 cylinder inline diesel|
280 hp (210 kW)
|Maximum speed||50 km/h|
The ZSU-23-4MP "Biała" (pl. White, also the name of more than one small Polish river) is a Polish modification of the ZSU-23-4 Shilka self-propelled anti-aircraft gun. The ZSU-23-4MP "Biała" includes a new digital optical targeting system and 4 Grom surface-to-air missile launcher. The AZP-23 autocannons are equipped with modern ammunition and have an increased effective anti-aircraft range to about 3.5 km, 0.5–1 km more than the original ZSU-23-4. The Grom missiles' maximum range is about 5.5 km.
Around 70 ZSU-23-4MP "Biała" self-propelled anti-aircraft guns are to be produced for the Polish army, as a cheaper alternative to the modern Polish 35 mm PZA Loara self-propelled anti-aircraft gun.
- Information on the PZA Loara, ZSU-23-4 Biała, & SA-8 in Polish Army (in Polish, dead link)
- Product page at ZMT SA