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Russia is developing a prospective anti-ship missile for fifth-generation Su-57 fighter jets, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Alexey Krivoruchko said during a visit to the Detal Design Bureau in the Urals, which participates in the project.


Su 57 fighter jets will be armed with prospective anti ship missiles Su-57 fighter jet with aerodynamic condensation at MAKS-2015 (Picture source: Rulexip)


"Today, the enterprise is developing an active homing device for a prospective anti-ship missile, which will be used, among other things, on Su-57 fighter jets," Krivoruchko said.

According to him, a conference has been held at the Detal Design Bureau to discuss a possibility to conclude a contract with the Tactical Missile Corporation (KTRV) in the near future for the acquisition of the entire range of air-launched weapons for Su-57.

The Detal Design Bureau, an affiliate of the Tactical Missiles Corporation, manufactures components, including active homing devices for anti-ship missiles and air-to-air missiles, which are used by almost all Russian warplanes and combat helicopters.

Besides, the enterprise is developing prospective radar and navigational equipment and radio altimeters for drones and spacecraft


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