|Type||Ground effect vehicle|
The Lun-class ekranoplan (NATO callsign: Duck) is an ekranoplan, which is a type of ground effect vehicle created in the Soviet Union. Several of these ekranoplans were used during the Invasion of Norway to transport the invading Soviet forces on the Norwegian coast.
It is smaller than the KM prototype, and was purposely built for swift and efficient amphibious assault craft. Its main offensive weapon is a six pack of P-270 Moskit Surface to Surface Missiles. The translation of "Lun" is Harrier.
|World in Conflict|
|United States||A-10 Thunderbolt II · B-52G Stratofortress · C-130 Hercules · C-141B Starlifter · CH-53E Super Stallion · F-15E Strike Eagle · F-16C Fighting Falcon · Prototype Stealth Bomber · U.S.S. Missouri|
|Soviet Union||4K51 Rubezh · Il-76 Candid · Lun-class ekranoplan · Mi-26 Halo · MiG-27 Flogger-D · MiG-29 Fulcrum · Sovremenny-class destroyer · Su-25 Frogfoot · Tu-95 Bear · Typhoon-class submarine|
|NATO||CH-47 Chinook · Harrier GR.3 · Mirage 2000 · Transall C-160 · Tornado IDS|
|For units, see the respective templates of USA, USSR, NATO|