ASRAD Hellas is an advanced short-range air defence system developed by Rheinmetall. The Greek army has acquired 54 vehicle-mounted STINGER ASRAD Hellas (German design). The ASRAD Hellas is configured to enable reliable target detection, identification, and engagement during day or night under all possible conditions of visibility and weather. Due to its modularity and flexibility, the ASRAD Hellas fire unit embodies significant growth potential, permitting it to operate with passive and active surveillance sensors such as infrared search, track devices, and external 2D or 3D surveillance radars. The system is operated by a two-man team, composed of a weapons operator and a driver.

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  • ASRAD Hellas is an advanced short-range air defence system developed by Rheinmetall. The Greek army has acquired 54 vehicle-mounted STINGER ASRAD Hellas (German design). The ASRAD Hellas is configured to enable reliable target detection, identification, and engagement during day or night under all possible conditions of visibility and weather. Due to its modularity and flexibility, the ASRAD Hellas fire unit embodies significant growth potential, permitting it to operate with passive and active surveillance sensors such as infrared search, track devices, and external 2D or 3D surveillance radars. The system is operated by a two-man team, composed of a weapons operator and a driver. (en)
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  • ASRAD Hellas is an advanced short-range air defence system developed by Rheinmetall. The Greek army has acquired 54 vehicle-mounted STINGER ASRAD Hellas (German design). The ASRAD Hellas is configured to enable reliable target detection, identification, and engagement during day or night under all possible conditions of visibility and weather. Due to its modularity and flexibility, the ASRAD Hellas fire unit embodies significant growth potential, permitting it to operate with passive and active surveillance sensors such as infrared search, track devices, and external 2D or 3D surveillance radars. The system is operated by a two-man team, composed of a weapons operator and a driver. (en)
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