List of anti-tank missiles

Summary

This is a list of anti-tank guided missiles developed by different countries.

Australia

Argentina

Belarus

Brazil

Canada

China

France

Germany

Hungary

India

Iran

Israel

Italy

Japan

Jordan

North Korea

South Korea

Pakistan

Poland

  • Pirat (ATGM)[6]
  • MOSKIT (ATGM)[7]

Serbia

South Africa

Soviet Union and Russian Federation

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

  • UMTAS (160mm long range anti-tank missile)[8]
  • OMTAS (160mm medium range anti-tank missile)[9]
  • KARAOK (125mm man-portable short-range anti-tank missile)
  • TANOK (120mm gun launched anti-tank missile)[10]
  • Cirit (70mm anti-armor missile)[11]

United Kingdom

United States

AH-1W with Hellfire (left) and BGM-71 TOW missiles (right)

Ukraine

See also

References

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  6. ^ "Pirat, czyli polskie pociski przeciwpancerne". Polska-zbrojna.pl. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
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  9. ^ "OMTAS Orta Menzilli Tanksavar Silah Sistemi « Roketsan". Roketsan.com.tr. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  10. ^ "TANOK 120 MM LASER GUIDED MISSILE". Roketsan. Retrieved 17 July 2021.
  11. ^ "CİRİT 2.75″ Lazer Güdümlü Füze « Roketsan". Roketsan.com.tr. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  12. ^ ""SKIF" man portable antitank missile system". Luch.kiev.ua. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
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External links

  • Spain signs Spike-LR anti-tank deal Jane's Defence Industry, January 2007
  • Red Arrow 8L gains greater capabilities Extract from article about Chinese ATGW system, August 2006
  • Antitank weapons at armscontrol.ru.
  • Designations of Soviet and Russian Military Aircraft and Missiles