In retaliation to Iran, Israel may provide Ukraine with short-range LORA missiles.

If it actually occurs, Israel’s delivery of Lora high-precision ballistic missiles to Ukraine can be interpreted as a retaliation to the potential that Iran could provide Fateh-110 and Zolfaghar for Russia.

Eyal Hulata, the head of Israel’s National Security Council, issued a warning that if Russia purchases Iranian missiles, Israel will provide Ukraine with tactical missiles. These missiles, which have a 400-kilometer range, would be a very serious danger to Russian forces.

The Israeli company Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has been working on the Lora short-range ballistic missile since 2003. It was first unveiled in 2006 at the Eurosatory defense show in France and made its public debut in 2007 at the Paris air show. The Lora tactical ballistic missile complex comprises four ready-to-fire missiles installed on a closed container-style launch tube and storage tube. They have the ability to fire from frigates as well as from the ground. In order to hit stationary targets with predetermined coordinates, Lora is outfitted with an inertial navigation system, a GPS navigation device, and a terminal photoelectric detector. The rocket’s deviation (CEP) is only about 10 meters.

A special feature of the Lora missile is the pre-programmed trajectory with the ability to self-adjust the flight path to neutralize the enemy’s air defense system.

Lora’s dimensions are 4.7 to 5.2 meters in length, 0.62 meters in body diameter, 1,600 to 1,800 kg for launch, and 440 to 600 kilograms for warheads. The warhead is positioned in the missile’s head compartment, and the control equipment is housed in the tail compartment. Although the missile’s speed is currently unknown, some military experts believe it can reach speeds between Mach 3.5 and Mach 4.

The rocket has a substantial source of energy to launch across a distance of more than 350–400 km, and it operates at supersonic speeds while in flight thanks to a solid propulsion engine that starts and accelerates during the active period. The Lora complex can be converted from marching to combat readiness in about 10 minutes with a quick reload owing to an attached support vehicle.

Due to its longer range of 100 km and 2.5 times heavier bullet than the US ATACMS missile, the military believes that Lora is a superior system.

This missile complex, according to Military Cognizance, is mounted on a KAMAZ-6350 military truck chassis with a 360 horsepower KamAZ-740.50.360 diesel engine, enabling the vehicle to travel at a top speed of 90 km/h and a range of 1000 km.

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