Discussion in 'Land Forces' started by hitesh, Aug 1, 2011.
MBT LAW (Sweden)
Type 01 LMAT (Japan)
The Type 01 LMAT is a Japanese man-portable fire-and-forget anti-tank missile.
The missile guidance system, infrared detection is nested and launchers that carry the equivalent weight is 17.5 kg and also for applying and firing a single missile is enough soldiers.
Similar to other modern anti-tank missiles, it is a deadly weapon feared by armoured vehicles crewmen.
At the speed of 4 Kilometers per minutes, it delivers an accurate point fire out over several kilomoters with its Infrared homing guidance system.
Since 2001, the Type 01 LMAT is into service with the Japan Self Defence Forces.
OMTAS has a maximum range of 4km and is fitted with a nose-mounted imaging infrared seeker and a tandem HEAT warhead.
It has fire-and-forget and fire-and-update modes and can be launched from a confined space.
The OMTAS has the following capabilities:
1) Lock-on before and after launch
2) Can be used in day or night and in adverse weather conditions
3) Tandem warhead, effective against reactive armours
4) Insensitive munition characteristics against liquid fuel fire and bullet hits Communication of seeker image to the user and command by user using Data Link.
PARS 3 LR (Germany)
PARS 3 LR (third generation missile/long-range) is the main armament for the Tiger helicopter ordered by the German Army.
PARS 3 LR is a high-precision fire-and-forget weapon system for engaging mobile and stationary targets equipped with the latest generation of armour protection, field fortresses, bunkers and other high-value targets.
The 'fire-and-forget' system allows the helicopter to quit its position immediately after firing a missile, thereby exposing itself only as briefly as necessary to the threat of retaliation.
The infrared seeker head locks on to the target before firing (lock-on before launch) after the optical system integrated into the Tiger's mast sight has detected and identified it.
BGM-71F TOW (US)
The BGM-71 TOW missile is the main heavy anti-tank guided missile of the US Army and US Marine Corps, and is used in vehicle and helicopter installations.
The TOW is a crew portable, vehicle-mounted, heavy anitarmor weapon system consisting of a launcher and one of five versions of the TOW missile.
It is designed to defeat armoured vehicles and other targets such as field fortifications from ranges up to 3,750 meters. After firing the missile, the gunner must keep the cross hairs of the sight centered on the target to ensure a hit.
BRDM-2 firing ATGM
is this one from India???
No, mate. We don't have the BRDM-2 in IA. That pic is a Romanian BRDM-2 firing a Konkurs missile during an exercise.
A new Kornet-D
Karcal ATGM with barrier missiles
we have them mate..
can anyone specify the armor penetration capability in mm of american javelin atgm?
Source says 600+ mm.
Javelin Antitank Missile
RPG-18 "The Fly" is a soviet rocket-propelled grenade ( we are all disposable grenade launcher as the name carry the name of "granate").
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I will finish writing what is not present in Wikipedia. Produced a few million pieces. Are on storages in reserve and on an armament does not stand. When casting into the to battle position, a return is not possible and a grenade must be Shot. Powerless against modern tanks, but very effective against a lightly armored vehicles and infantry.
can some one pls post how UBGL for Ak and INSAS work.
New ukrainian PG-7T
weight - 2,8 kg
length - 1,12m
armor penetration - 650mm+ERA
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