AAM 9M311

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Description

The AAM 9M311 is a Soviet surface-to-air missile found on the self-propelled anti-aircraft gun ZPRK 2S6 "Tunguska".

Vehicles equipped with this weapon

General info

Tell us about the tactical and technical characteristics of the missile.

Effective damage

The AAM 9M311 is a 90 mm semi-automatic surface-to-air missile containing 4.63kg of explosive equivalent of TNT. After detonation the missile behaves as an HE projectile sending debris over the target. For doing so it has a proximity fuse of 5 m with an arming distance of 300 m. With a flight speed of 910 m/s it is capable of destroying any air target.

Comparison with analogues

In terms of tactical usage the AAM 9M311 is limited to anti-aircraft warfare similarly to the Roland 1 and the FlaRakPz 1 due to its HE capability.

Usage in battles

The AAM 9M311 will have little trouble destroying enemy aircraft or helicopters due to its speed and firing range (8 km).

Although it can be fired on tanks, the missile will not be very affective against them but in most cases the explosion will destroy the gun barrel or the tracks. The only way to destroy an MBT is to land the missile on the top of the tank so the explosion can pierce the thinner roof armour. The missile is very effective against lightly armoured targets such as other AAA vehicles or IFV's.

Pros and cons

Pros:

  • Good speed
  • Good range

Cons:

  • Poor anti-tank capabilities

History

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Missiles
USA 
AAM  AIM-9B Sidewinder · AIM-9D Sidewinder · AIM-9E Sidewinder · AIM-9G Sidewinder · AIM-9J Sidewinder · AIM-9L Sidewinder · AIM-92 Stinger
AGM  AGM-12B Bullpup · AGM-12C Bullpup · AGM-22 · AGM-114B Hellfire · AGM-114K Hellfire II · BGM-71 TOW · BGM-71 TOW-2
ATGM  BGM-71A TOW · BGM-71B TOW · BGM-71C I-TOW
SAM  MIM146
Germany 
AAM  AIM-9B FGW.2 Sidewinder
AGM  HOT-1 · HOT-2 TOW · HOT-3 · PARS 3 LR
ATGM  HOT-K3S
SAM  Roland
USSR 
AAM  9M39 Igla · R-3S · R-13M · R-60 · R-60M
AGM  9K127 Vikhr · 9M17M Falanga · 9M17P Falanga-PV · 9M120 Ataka · 9M120M Ataka
ATGM  3M7 · 9M14 · 9M113 Konkurs · 9M114 Shturm · 9M123 · 9M133
SAM  9M311
Britain 
AAM  Fireflash · Firestreak · Red Top · SRAAM
ATGM  BAe Swingfire · MILAN · MILAN 2
SAM  Starstreak
Japan 
ATGM  Type 64 MAT · Type 79
SAM  Type 91
China 
AAM  PL-2
Italy 
SAM  Mistral SATCP
France 
AAM  AA-20 Nord · Matra R530E · Matra R550 Magic 1 · Mistral · Shafrir
AGM  9M14-2 Malyutka-2 · AS-20 Nord · AS-30 Nord · HOT-1 · HOT-2 TOW · HOT-3
ATGM  HOT · SS.11
SAM  Roland
Sweden 
AAM  RB24 · RB24J
ATGM  Rbs 55 · Rbs 56
SAM  Rbs 70
  AAM = Air-to-Air Missile   AGM = Air-to-Ground Missile   ATGM = Anti-Tank Guided Missile (Ground mounts)   SAM = Surface-to-Air Missile