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About Jane's Land-Based Air Defence

Jane's Land-Based Air Defence makes gathering intelligence on land-based air defence systems quick and easy. With details of system development and status, technical descriptions, variants, specifications, over 900 photographs to support recognition, country inventories and manufacturer details, this authoritative resource is essential for all those interested in keeping up-to-date with this fast-moving industry.

Key contents include:

  • Man-portable SAMs
  • Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns
  • Self-propelled SAMs
  • Towed anti-aircraft guns and sights
  • Static and towed SAMs
  • Shelter- and container-based SAMs
  • Anti-aircraft control systems
  • Universal/multi-purpose missile systems
  • Inventories
  • Contractor details
  • Manufacturers’ index
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