Grom

Grom, meaning 'thunder' in several Slavic languages, may refer to:

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Kh-23 - Variants
... - Version made in Romania under licence Grom (Grom 02) - Serbian version that appeared in the 1980s ... This should not be confused with the Polish SAM Grom-B (Grom 2) - TV-guided version from Serbia's Vojno-Tehnički Institut in the mid-late 1990s uses seeker ...
Grom (missile)
... The Grom (meaning "thunder" in Polish) is a man-portable air-defense system produced in Poland ... The full name of the system is PZR Grom, PZR standing for Przeciwlotniczy Zestaw Rakietowy (literally anti-air rocket-propelled system) ... As such, the Grom missile is used by other surface-to-air defence systems of Polish design, including ZSU-23-4MP Biała, ZUR-23-2KG and POPRAD self-propelled ...
Grom, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship
... Grom (German Grammen) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Pasym, within Szczytno County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland ...
Grom (missile) - Operational History
... The 'Grom' has been used by Polish Land Forces since 1995 ... According to press releases during the 2008 South Ossetia war Polish-made GROM rockets targeted Russian planes and helicopters 20 times, 12 rockets were fired out of which 9 hit their targets ... Indonesian Army bought 155 GROM missiles as part of Kobra V-SHORAD system ...
Sławomir Petelicki - Biography
... consisting only of himself, the unit was soon expanded to become the GROM ... On December 7, 1997 he was again assigned as the commanding officer of GROM unit ... On September 17, 1999 he finally gave up the command of GROM and retired ...