Category:Lavochkin S-75 Dvina

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Lavochkin S-75 Dvina seen in Thirteen Days.

The Lavochkin S-75 Dvina is a soviet SAM (Surface Air Missile) system, built around a command guided missile able to reach high-altitudes. Deployed for the first time in 1957, it was the first system of that type to succeed (in 1959). Six months later, during the Cuba Missiles Crisis / Caribbean Crisis / October Crisis, the shootdown of a Lookheed U-2 made the system world-famous. For the West, it was known under the NATO code name SA-2 Guideline.

Approx 4600 launchers Lavochkin S-75 Dvina have been built.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Lavochkin S-75 Dvina.

See also

Pages in category "Lavochkin S-75 Dvina"

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