Russia’s Tactical Missiles Corporation is carrying out 14 R&D works on air-and sea-launched weapons that are expected to be completed in 2019, Corporation CEO Boris Obnosov said on Thursday.
“This year, we have serious plans: we need to complete a total of 14 [R&D] works,” the chief executive said. As a whole, these works are ongoing successfully, he noted.
The work is underway on air-and sea-launched weapons, he specified.
“Several works are linked with ‘air-to-air,’ air-to-surface’ and air-to-ship’ weapons. And about a third of works are related to coastal missile systems and underwater naval weapons,” Obnosov said.
The Tactical Missiles Corporation is one of Russia’s largest defense holding companies. The Corporation’s 100% stock is held by Russia’s State Property Committee. The Corporation is headquartered in the town of Korolyov near Moscow.
The Tactical Missiles Corporation focuses on developing and supplying weapons for air-, ship-borne and ground tactical systems and seaborne underwater armaments.