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The Almaz S-400 Triumf or SA-21 system is the most recent evolution of the S-300P family of SAM systems, initially trialled in 1999.

The label S-400 is essentially marketing, since the system was previously reported under the speculative label of S-300PMU3.

The 30N6E2 further evolved into the more capable 92N6E Grave Stone, carried by a new 8 x 8 MZKT-7930 vehicle.

The additional range required a significantly uprated transmitter tube to provide the higher power-aperture performance needed, in additional to an improved exciter and automatic frequency hopping capability.

Concern offers its services to all foreign partners and is open for cooperation in executing joint mutually beneficial export programs.

Importing Country: Brazil Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1993 Activity: Twelve Russian scientists work on a project to develop fuel for three stages of Brazil’s Satellite Launch Vehicle (VLS) at the Aerospace Technical Center (CTA) Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1991 Activity: Sells (in conjunction with Ukraine) rocket engine(s) used on the Zenit space launcher Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian weapon complexes Date: 1993 Activity: Allows as many as a thousand weapon technicians, scientists, and engineers to be recruited Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian weapon complexes Date: 1993 Activity: Provides weapon designs and mathematical modeling work from defense laboratories Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Fakel Engineering Design Bureau Date: 1994 to 1995 Activity: Sells six to eight S-300 (SA-10) anti-aircraft missile systems Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1994 Activity: Sells four Kilo-class diesel submarines; delivery completed by January 1999 Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1996 Activity: Sells two Sovremeny-class destroyers equipped with SS-N-22 anti-ship supersonic cruise missiles Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Antey Scientific Industrial Organization and Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant Date: 1997 Activity: Sells 15 SA-15 (Tor-M1) air defense missile systems and trains 50 Chinese in operations Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Antey Scientific Industrial Organization and Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant Date: 1998 Activity: Sells 20 additional SA-15 (Tor M1) air defense missile systems Importing Country: Cyprus Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Rosvoorouzhenie and Almaz Date: 1997 Activity: Agrees to sells S-300 (SA-10 “Grumble”) air defense missile systems Importing Country: Cyprus Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1998 Activity: Ships seven missile launchers possibly destined for Cyprus; intercepted in Turkey Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: Mid-1990s to present Activity: Helps develop Sagarika submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Glavkosmos Date: 1991 Activity: Agrees to provide two cryogenic rocket engines and associated technology for the GSLV Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Glavkosmos, Salyut Design Bureau of the Khrunichev Space Research and Production Center, and Energomash Date: 1993-1994 Activity: Renegotiates a 1991 contract with the Indian Space and Research Organization (ISRO) to deliver up to nine cryogenic rocket engines Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Rosvoorouzhenie Date: 1998 Activity: Signs 10-year defense cooperation agreement worth nearly

The Almaz S-400 Triumf or SA-21 system is the most recent evolution of the S-300P family of SAM systems, initially trialled in 1999.The label S-400 is essentially marketing, since the system was previously reported under the speculative label of S-300PMU3.The 30N6E2 further evolved into the more capable 92N6E Grave Stone, carried by a new 8 x 8 MZKT-7930 vehicle.The additional range required a significantly uprated transmitter tube to provide the higher power-aperture performance needed, in additional to an improved exciter and automatic frequency hopping capability.Concern offers its services to all foreign partners and is open for cooperation in executing joint mutually beneficial export programs.Importing Country: Brazil Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1993 Activity: Twelve Russian scientists work on a project to develop fuel for three stages of Brazil’s Satellite Launch Vehicle (VLS) at the Aerospace Technical Center (CTA) Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1991 Activity: Sells (in conjunction with Ukraine) rocket engine(s) used on the Zenit space launcher Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian weapon complexes Date: 1993 Activity: Allows as many as a thousand weapon technicians, scientists, and engineers to be recruited Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian weapon complexes Date: 1993 Activity: Provides weapon designs and mathematical modeling work from defense laboratories Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Fakel Engineering Design Bureau Date: 1994 to 1995 Activity: Sells six to eight S-300 (SA-10) anti-aircraft missile systems Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1994 Activity: Sells four Kilo-class diesel submarines; delivery completed by January 1999 Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1996 Activity: Sells two Sovremeny-class destroyers equipped with SS-N-22 anti-ship supersonic cruise missiles Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Antey Scientific Industrial Organization and Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant Date: 1997 Activity: Sells 15 SA-15 (Tor-M1) air defense missile systems and trains 50 Chinese in operations Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Antey Scientific Industrial Organization and Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant Date: 1998 Activity: Sells 20 additional SA-15 (Tor M1) air defense missile systems Importing Country: Cyprus Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Rosvoorouzhenie and Almaz Date: 1997 Activity: Agrees to sells S-300 (SA-10 “Grumble”) air defense missile systems Importing Country: Cyprus Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1998 Activity: Ships seven missile launchers possibly destined for Cyprus; intercepted in Turkey Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: Mid-1990s to present Activity: Helps develop Sagarika submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Glavkosmos Date: 1991 Activity: Agrees to provide two cryogenic rocket engines and associated technology for the GSLV Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Glavkosmos, Salyut Design Bureau of the Khrunichev Space Research and Production Center, and Energomash Date: 1993-1994 Activity: Renegotiates a 1991 contract with the Indian Space and Research Organization (ISRO) to deliver up to nine cryogenic rocket engines Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Rosvoorouzhenie Date: 1998 Activity: Signs 10-year defense cooperation agreement worth nearly $1 billion to include jointly developing military hardware including six S-300V anti-tactical ballistic missile systems Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Severnoye Design Bureau and Novator Date: 1998 Activity: Agrees to sell variants of the Biryuza (SS-NX-27) supersonic cruise missile for the Indian Navy (part of weapons package for three 11356-class Russian frigates) Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Admiralteiskiye Verfi and Rubin Central Marine Technology Design Bureau Date: 1999 Activity: Completing tenth Kilo-class submarine to be armed with Biryuza anti-ship cruise missile system for the Indian Navy Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1992 to 1997 Activity: Delivers three Kilo-class diesel submarines Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: Mid-1990s Activity: Transfers technology for the SS-4 medium-range missile including instructions on production and guidance components Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (Ts AGI) and Rosvoorouzhenie Date: 1996 Activity: Contracts with Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, part of Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) to construct a wind tunnel, manufacture model missiles and to create related software Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1996 Activity: Contracts with Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, part of Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) to provide raw materials used in making missiles Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1996 Activity: Brokers deals to supply Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group with laser equipment, special mirrors, maraging steel, and composite graphite-tungsten material for use in Iran’s liquid-fuel missile program Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Polyus Research Institute, Kutznetzov (NPO Trud), Moscow Bauman State University of Technology and Russian Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (Ts AGI) Date: 1997 Activity: Helps develop the guidance system and rocket propulsion systems for the Shahab-3 and -4 ballistic missiles Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1997 Activity: Agrees to supply the Instrumentation Factories Plant, part of the Defense Industries Organization (DIO), with 240 kg of heat treated steel alloy (“21HKMT”) and special foil (“49K2F,” “CUBE2,” and “50N”) to shield missile guidance equipment Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Baltic State Technical University Date: 1998 Activity: Creates in Persepolis, Iran, a missile training and education center in conjunction with Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Baltic State Technical University, Europalace 2000, Glavkosmos, State Scientific Research Institute of Graphite (NIIGRAFIT), Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor), MOSO Company, and Polyus Scientific Production Association Date: 1998 Activity: Sanctioned by the United States for engaging in missile proliferation. 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The Almaz S-400 Triumf or SA-21 system is the most recent evolution of the S-300P family of SAM systems, initially trialled in 1999.

The label S-400 is essentially marketing, since the system was previously reported under the speculative label of S-300PMU3.

The 30N6E2 further evolved into the more capable 92N6E Grave Stone, carried by a new 8 x 8 MZKT-7930 vehicle.

The additional range required a significantly uprated transmitter tube to provide the higher power-aperture performance needed, in additional to an improved exciter and automatic frequency hopping capability.

Concern offers its services to all foreign partners and is open for cooperation in executing joint mutually beneficial export programs.

Importing Country: Brazil Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1993 Activity: Twelve Russian scientists work on a project to develop fuel for three stages of Brazil’s Satellite Launch Vehicle (VLS) at the Aerospace Technical Center (CTA) Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1991 Activity: Sells (in conjunction with Ukraine) rocket engine(s) used on the Zenit space launcher Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian weapon complexes Date: 1993 Activity: Allows as many as a thousand weapon technicians, scientists, and engineers to be recruited Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian weapon complexes Date: 1993 Activity: Provides weapon designs and mathematical modeling work from defense laboratories Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Fakel Engineering Design Bureau Date: 1994 to 1995 Activity: Sells six to eight S-300 (SA-10) anti-aircraft missile systems Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1994 Activity: Sells four Kilo-class diesel submarines; delivery completed by January 1999 Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1996 Activity: Sells two Sovremeny-class destroyers equipped with SS-N-22 anti-ship supersonic cruise missiles Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Antey Scientific Industrial Organization and Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant Date: 1997 Activity: Sells 15 SA-15 (Tor-M1) air defense missile systems and trains 50 Chinese in operations Importing Country: China Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Antey Scientific Industrial Organization and Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant Date: 1998 Activity: Sells 20 additional SA-15 (Tor M1) air defense missile systems Importing Country: Cyprus Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Rosvoorouzhenie and Almaz Date: 1997 Activity: Agrees to sells S-300 (SA-10 “Grumble”) air defense missile systems Importing Country: Cyprus Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1998 Activity: Ships seven missile launchers possibly destined for Cyprus; intercepted in Turkey Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: Mid-1990s to present Activity: Helps develop Sagarika submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Glavkosmos Date: 1991 Activity: Agrees to provide two cryogenic rocket engines and associated technology for the GSLV Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Glavkosmos, Salyut Design Bureau of the Khrunichev Space Research and Production Center, and Energomash Date: 1993-1994 Activity: Renegotiates a 1991 contract with the Indian Space and Research Organization (ISRO) to deliver up to nine cryogenic rocket engines Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Rosvoorouzhenie Date: 1998 Activity: Signs 10-year defense cooperation agreement worth nearly $1 billion to include jointly developing military hardware including six S-300V anti-tactical ballistic missile systems Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Severnoye Design Bureau and Novator Date: 1998 Activity: Agrees to sell variants of the Biryuza (SS-NX-27) supersonic cruise missile for the Indian Navy (part of weapons package for three 11356-class Russian frigates) Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Admiralteiskiye Verfi and Rubin Central Marine Technology Design Bureau Date: 1999 Activity: Completing tenth Kilo-class submarine to be armed with Biryuza anti-ship cruise missile system for the Indian Navy Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1992 to 1997 Activity: Delivers three Kilo-class diesel submarines Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: Mid-1990s Activity: Transfers technology for the SS-4 medium-range missile including instructions on production and guidance components Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (Ts AGI) and Rosvoorouzhenie Date: 1996 Activity: Contracts with Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, part of Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) to construct a wind tunnel, manufacture model missiles and to create related software Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1996 Activity: Contracts with Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, part of Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) to provide raw materials used in making missiles Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1996 Activity: Brokers deals to supply Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group with laser equipment, special mirrors, maraging steel, and composite graphite-tungsten material for use in Iran’s liquid-fuel missile program Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Polyus Research Institute, Kutznetzov (NPO Trud), Moscow Bauman State University of Technology and Russian Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (Ts AGI) Date: 1997 Activity: Helps develop the guidance system and rocket propulsion systems for the Shahab-3 and -4 ballistic missiles Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1997 Activity: Agrees to supply the Instrumentation Factories Plant, part of the Defense Industries Organization (DIO), with 240 kg of heat treated steel alloy (“21HKMT”) and special foil (“49K2F,” “CUBE2,” and “50N”) to shield missile guidance equipment Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Baltic State Technical University Date: 1998 Activity: Creates in Persepolis, Iran, a missile training and education center in conjunction with Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Baltic State Technical University, Europalace 2000, Glavkosmos, State Scientific Research Institute of Graphite (NIIGRAFIT), Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor), MOSO Company, and Polyus Scientific Production Association Date: 1998 Activity: Sanctioned by the United States for engaging in missile proliferation.

billion to include jointly developing military hardware including six S-300V anti-tactical ballistic missile systems Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Severnoye Design Bureau and Novator Date: 1998 Activity: Agrees to sell variants of the Biryuza (SS-NX-27) supersonic cruise missile for the Indian Navy (part of weapons package for three 11356-class Russian frigates) Importing Country: India Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Admiralteiskiye Verfi and Rubin Central Marine Technology Design Bureau Date: 1999 Activity: Completing tenth Kilo-class submarine to be armed with Biryuza anti-ship cruise missile system for the Indian Navy Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: 1992 to 1997 Activity: Delivers three Kilo-class diesel submarines Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Unknown Date: Mid-1990s Activity: Transfers technology for the SS-4 medium-range missile including instructions on production and guidance components Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (Ts AGI) and Rosvoorouzhenie Date: 1996 Activity: Contracts with Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, part of Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) to construct a wind tunnel, manufacture model missiles and to create related software Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1996 Activity: Contracts with Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, part of Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) to provide raw materials used in making missiles Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1996 Activity: Brokers deals to supply Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group with laser equipment, special mirrors, maraging steel, and composite graphite-tungsten material for use in Iran’s liquid-fuel missile program Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Polyus Research Institute, Kutznetzov (NPO Trud), Moscow Bauman State University of Technology and Russian Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (Ts AGI) Date: 1997 Activity: Helps develop the guidance system and rocket propulsion systems for the Shahab-3 and -4 ballistic missiles Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor) Date: 1997 Activity: Agrees to supply the Instrumentation Factories Plant, part of the Defense Industries Organization (DIO), with 240 kg of heat treated steel alloy (“21HKMT”) and special foil (“49K2F,” “CUBE2,” and “50N”) to shield missile guidance equipment Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Baltic State Technical University Date: 1998 Activity: Creates in Persepolis, Iran, a missile training and education center in conjunction with Iran’s Defense Industries Organization (DIO) Importing Country: Iran Russian Developer, Exporter or Manufacturer: Baltic State Technical University, Europalace 2000, Glavkosmos, State Scientific Research Institute of Graphite (NIIGRAFIT), Russian Scientific and Production Center (Inor), MOSO Company, and Polyus Scientific Production Association Date: 1998 Activity: Sanctioned by the United States for engaging in missile proliferation.

During the winter, various rings totaling approximately 15km are prepared so you can enjoy Nordic skiing.

The 96L6 is offered as an 'all altitude' battery acquisition radar, also carried by a 8 x 8 MZKT-7930 vehicle.

A new 3D phased array acquisition radar is employed, the 91N6E derived from the 64N6E2, and the 40V6M/MD mast is an available option.

I was skiing early every morning so appreciated an early night in a beautiful setting. I didn't use the pool, sauna and hot tub but its a great bonus if you have time. The Dalai Lama Village features independent bungalows and chalets at 4,921 feet above sea level.

una struttura fantastica immersa nella natura con un panorama splendido. abbiamo cenato al ristorante molto soddisfatti anche della cucina. It offers a 2-story building with restaurant, gym, and a spa with indoor swimming pool. The chalets and bungalows at the Dalai Lama are suitable for 2 to 4 guests. On the ground floor of the main building you will find the bar, serving local specialties, a lounge, and the sun terrace. Free Wi-Fi is available at reception, and a garden is complete with children's playground.

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