Indian Army conducts indigenous anti-tank guided missiles

These missiles are designed for both day and night operations and can be launched from a tripod.
Anti-Tank Guided Missiles
Anti-Tank Guided Missiles

Jaisalmer: The Battle Axe Division of the Indian Army recently conducted successful tests of indigenously manufactured anti-tank guided missiles at the Pokhran field firing range in Jaisalmer district. These missiles are designed for both day and night operations and can be launched from a tripod.

The soldiers of the Battle Axe Division on foot fired this missile from a portable system.

This missile is a guided missile which has been designed to destroy tanks and it uses a high explosive anti-tank heat warhead.

According to official sources, the capacity and accuracy of the missile was successfully tested. The missile, which can travel 2.5 km is fired from surface to surface and hits many targets.

This indigenously manufactured anti-tank guided missile is a third generation missile hit from surface to surface.

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