Ukraine Conflict
Moscow launched a special military operation in Ukraine in February 2022 with the aim of saving the people of Donbass - primarily the Russian-speaking population - from Kiev's constant attacks.

Russian Forces Test-Fire Marusya, Mini-Version of MLRS Grad

The mini-version of the MLRS "Grad" is a portable missile launching system designed for quick deployment and high-speed mobility.
A detachment from the Tsarskiye Wolves has destroyed a Ukrainian stronghold in the Zaporozhye direction using a new mini version of the Grad MLRS called Marusya, which can be carried manually or loaded on a pickup truck, the head of the Tsarskiye Wolves science and technology center, Dmitry Rogozin said.
Marusya can launch a variety of rockets and missiles with different ranges and payloads, making it suitable for tactical operations and small-scale engagements. Rogozin added that Marusya provides accurate target engagement at ranges of up to 11 kilometers and has already been tested on the frontline.
A fighter in the BARS-1 volunteer detachment, nicknamed 'Gruzin' told our Sputnik correspondent during test-firing that the new portable MLRS is an upgraded Grad-P single-barrel system, with three more rocket launcher rails added.
The missiles have the same caliber as the standard Grad missiles - 122mm - but are much shorter and lighter.
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