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ZZ Modell

SPU-35V Redut SSC-1B Shaddock 1/72 Scale Plastic Model Kit ZZ Modell 72014

Theme: Military

Era : 1946-1959

Scale : 1/72

Material : Plastic

Series: Legendary Aircrafts

Recommended Age Range: 12 Years & Up

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P-5 (Navy URAV index - 4K34, according to the classification of the US Department of Defense and NATO: SS-N-3c Shaddock) is a Soviet cruise missile for launching from submarines. The complex was adopted by the submarine in 1959. The development was carried out in OKB-52. The development and creation of the complex were awarded the Lenin Prize, the enterprise was awarded the Order of Lenin.
The world's first rocket with an automatically deploying wing in flight, launched from a sealed container with minimal dimensions. These solutions are recognized as classic in domestic and world rocket science and were used in almost all subsequent developments in this area. The rocket was launched from the surface position of the submarine.
The complex was intended to destroy administrative, industrial, military facilities and naval bases located both on the coast and in the depths of enemy territory.
On August 17, 1955, an order was issued to the headquarters of the Soviet nuclear industry, the Ministry of Medium Machine Building of the USSR. The document, signed by the Deputy Head of the Minsredmash Boris Vannikov, obliged the Experimental Design Bureau No. 52 of the Ministry of Aviation Industry to create, by order of the Ministry of Defense, 40 “experimental projectiles” of the P-5 system for arming a submarine. By the same order, the leadership of Minsredmash and its organizations was instructed to issue OKB-52 technical requirements for the warhead (that is, a nuclear warhead) of such a projectile and its use, as well as to coordinate with the designers of the P-5 system their counter proposals for the warhead.