The FroG-7 is the latest version, and it entered the Soviet armed forces in 1965. It has a range of 68km (42 miles) and deploys a single warhead with at least six alternative payloads. The AA-22 and the AA-38 nuclear warheads both provide three yields beween 3 and 20kT, while the AA-52 offers four yields between 5 and 200 kT. It is also capable of carrying HE, submunitions, and chemical warheads (with up to 216kg of VX nerve gas). The FROG-7 missile is 9.4m long with a diameter of 0.54m. Its launch weight varies on the payload, ranging from 2,450kg to 2,485kg. It is launched from a tracked tank chassis.
Will be 29.5cm long and 8.5cm wide when completed; over 900 parts molded in gray and clear plastic, with soft tires, painting masks, decals and photo-etched parts included.