Luch Design Bureau completes Alder missile contract for AFU
A subsidiary of Ukroboronexport, Luch Design Bureau, has delivered its final 16 units of Alder missiles to the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) which concludes a May 2018 contract.
The final products were expected to be delivered by the end of May 2020, meaning that the contract has been met several weeks ahead of schedule.
The company has remained fully operational throughout the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, and it continues to modernise the Alder missile system and test its Neptune missile system.
Alder missile systems are capable of destroying armoured, light armoured and non-armoured vehicles, enemy command points, communications infrastructure, storage facilities and military-industrial facilities.
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