Evaluating the Effectiveness of Assets Protection by Air Defense Means from Cruise Missiles Strikes
Keywords:cruise missiles,, assets,, air defence means,, probability of assets preservation, simulation
Air and sea-based cruise missiles are the most dangerous means of air attack. Local air defense is organized to protect assets from these strikes. This takes into account the possible directions of cruise missiles strikes and the effectiveness of assets protection. The effectiveness of assets protection from cruise missiles strikes is assessed by the probability of their preservation, which is determined using the developed methodology based on a simulation model of air defense. The method allows taking into con-sideration the impact of the peculiarities of the cruise missiles usage and the peculiarities of the air defense functioning on the effectiveness of assets protection, in repelling cruise missiles strikes. The application of the method is shown in an example.
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