About This File
The SA-4 Ganef was a long-range mobile system first deployed in the mid-1960s; the missiles, carried in pairs on a tracked launcher, used drop-off solid-fuel boosters and a ramjet sustainer motor. Employing a combination of radar command guidance and active radar homing, and supported by an array of mobile radars for target acquisition, tracking, and guidance, they could engage targets over the horizon. (Because the SA-4 strongly resembled the earlier British Bloodhound, NATO assigned it the code name Ganef, meaning “Thief” in Hebrew.) Beginning in the late 1980s, the SA-4 was replaced by the SA-12 Gladiator, a more compact and capable system.
Drop everything from archive to your OBJECT folder.
All models are made by me from the scratch. You can use them and everything included for personal non-profit use for Thirdwire Strike fighters 2 game only.
ThirdWire for making this outstanding simulator.
Yakarov79 for 1S12 radar grill texture.
Combatace.com for its dedicated support for this game.
3d Max 2009