Most powerful and deadliest anti tank missiles

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Modern anti-tank missiles such as AGM-114R, Spike, Javelin and TOW provide armed forces with the capability to stop a heavily armoured tank in its tracks.

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Most powerful and deadliest anti tank missiles

  1. 1. AGM-114R HELLFIRE II Romeo • Has a length of 163cm and diameter of 17.8cm • It is equipped with semi-active laser seeker • It can employs lock-on before launch or lock-on after launch • It can carry a multi-purpose warhead for a maximum range of 8km
  2. 2. AGM-114R HELLFIRE II Romeo • Has a length of 163cm and diameter of 17.8cm • It is equipped with semi-active laser seeker • It can employs lock-on before launch or lock-on after launch • It can carry a multi-purpose warhead for a maximum range of 8km
  3. 3. Javelin Missile • Is considered the world's best shoulder fired anti-tank weapon • Employs a long-wave infrared seeker for guidance to destroy tanks, bunkers.... • Carries a tandem shaped charge enabling a maximum range of 2,500m For More Anti-Tank Missiles Check Out: http://www.armytechnology.com/features/featurethe-worlds-deadliest-anti-tank-missiles-4159253/
  4. 4. BGM-71 TOW • Capable of firing advanced TOW 2A, TOW 2B, TOW 2B Aero missiles • TOW Bunker Buster missiles makes it one of the best weapon systems in the world • Can strike the targets within a range of 4.5km For More Anti-Tank Missiles Check Out: http://www.armytechnology.com/features/featurethe-worlds-deadliest-anti-tank-missiles-4159253/
  5. 5. PARS 3 LR • Is a helicopter-launched fire and forget missile • It measures 1.6m in length and weighs 49kg • Can carry a tandem shaped-charge warhead covering a range of 7km For More Anti-Tank Missiles Check Out: http://www.armytechnology.com/features/featurethe-worlds-deadliest-anti-tank-missiles-4159253/
  6. 6. Missile Moyenne Portée (MMP) • Weigh 15kg and measure 1.3m in length and 140mm in diameter • Can be fired from portable firing posts, vehicles and army aviation platforms • Can engage targets within the range of 4km For More Anti-Tank Missiles Check Out: http://www.armytechnology.com/features/featurethe-worlds-deadliest-anti-tank-missiles-4159253/
  7. 7. Kornet-EM Anti-Tank Missile • Designed to penetrate explosive reactive armour from 1,100mm to 1,300mm • Can be mounted on either a portable launcher or a carrier-based automatic launcher • Can be fired against targets ranging between 150m and 8,000m For More Anti-Tank Missiles Check Out: http://www.armytechnology.com/features/featurethe-worlds-deadliest-anti-tank-missiles-4159253/
  8. 8. LAHAT - Laser Homing Attack Missile • Can be fired from vehicles, helicopters, vessels and remote installations • Has a length of 975mm, diameter of 104.5mm and weighs 12.5kg • Can destroy stationary and moving targets at ranges up to 8km with pin-point accuracy For More Anti-Tank Missiles Check Out: http://www.armytechnology.com/features/featurethe-worlds-deadliest-anti-tank-missiles-4159253/
  9. 9. MILAN ER • Can be fired from digital firing post uses semi-automatic command to line of sight guidance system • Each missile weighs 13kg • It offers an extended range of 3km • Is fitted with a tandem charge warhead For More Anti-Tank Missiles Check Out: http://www.armytechnology.com/features/featurethe-worlds-deadliest-anti-tank-missiles-4159253/
  10. 10. NLAW (Next Generation Light Anti-tank Weapon) • Each missile launch unit weighs just 12.5kg enabling one-man-portability • Employs overfly top attack (OTA) mode for tanks and other armoured targets • Employs direct attack (DA) mode for non-armoured targets • Combat range of the NLAW is between 20m and 600m For More Anti-Tank Missiles Check Out: http://www.armytechnology.com/features/featurethe-worlds-deadliest-anti-tank-missiles-4159253/
  11. 11. For more Information visit Army-Technology.com

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