KB Tochmash

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KB Tochmash
IndustryDefense
Founded1934
Headquarters,
Russia
Products Anti-aircraft defence systems, MANPADS, Missiles, Autocannons, Close-in weapon systems (CIWS)
Parent High Precision Systems
Website www.kbtochmash.ru

The JSC Nudelman Precision Engineering Design Bureau (Russian : КБ Точмаш, romanized: KB Tochmash) is a missile design bureau located in Moscow. It was founded in 1934 under the designation OKB-16.

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The bureau has designed the following tactical surface-to-air missile systems: [1]

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References

  1. "History". kbtochmash.com.
  2. "Sosna: Air Defense Missile System". kbtochmash.com. Retrieved 17 January 2016.