"Self propelled anti-air weapon. Armed with short-range radar guided missiles and twin anti-air cannons." -- Mission Editor description
The Self-propelled Anti-Air Weapon (SAAW) is a ground vehicle designed with short-range air defense in mind. It is essentially a superior version of the IRAPC with short-range radar-guided missiles instead of heat-seekers and a small cannon. It can load up to 8 missiles at a time and will engage enemies with its cannon at ~1 km (0.5nm) and with its missiles at ~6km (3.2nm). The missiles on the SAAW are technically semi-active radar-guided SAMs; as such, they are incapable of "going pitbull" on enemy air targets. It is identifiable on the Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) as SA.
- The SAAW uses the same body model as the MBT2-E Tank.
|Aircraft||ASF-30 • ASF-33 • ASF-58 • GAV-25 Bullshark • HB-106 Bomber • Manta UCAV|
|Ground Units||Infantry (MANPADS) • IRAPC • MAD-4 (Launcher/Radar) • MPA-155 • Rocket Artillery Truck • SAAW • MBT2-E Tank|
|Stationary Emplacements||Bunker A • SAM Fire Control Radar • SAM S/A Radar • SAM Launcher • Storage Tent A • Z20x2 Anti-Air Artillery|
|Sea||DMS Cruiser • Drone Carrier • Gun Boat (Rocket, Mine) • NFP Carrier • NMSS Cruiser|
|(Parenthesis) denote unit variants.|