SA-13 Strela-10

The SA-13 Strela-10 (NATO reporting name: SA-13 "Gopher") is a highly mobile, short-range surface-to-air missile system. It was developed by the Soviet Union in the 1970s to replace the earlier SA-9 "Gaskin". The system is mounted on a tracked vehicle, allowing it to follow troops and provide air defense coverage on the move.

Equipped with infrared homing missiles, the Strela-10 can engage low-flying aircraft under certain conditions. It has been exported to various countries and has seen action in several conflicts around the world. Despite its age, the SA-13 remains in service with several armed forces, testament to its effectiveness and reliability.