TSAMTO, January 21. Two unique coastal radar detection and targeting complexes "Monolit-BR" have entered service with the troops (forces) of the Western Military District (ZVO) in the Leningrad region.
The complex is designed for long-range over-the-horizon detection, tracking and classification of surface and low-flying air targets in the interests of the use of land-based and sea-based missile systems.
A unique feature of the complex is the presence of highly sensitive channels of active and passive radar, a channel of radar state identification, the possibility of combined use of which ensures stability and secrecy of operation.
The presence of an integrated digital control and communication system ensures the efficiency of solving combat tasks and the tactical flexibility of using the complex for its intended purpose.
"Currently, measures are being taken to put the complex on combat duty. It will significantly increase the operational and combat capabilities of the troops (forces) of the Military District in the area of responsibility of the Leningrad Naval Base," the press service of the Military District quotes Colonel-General Alexander Zhuravlev.