Luch Design Bureau adapted its missiles for use with M113 armored personnel carrier
Luch Design Bureau has adapted its anti-tank guided missiles to arm the M113 tracked armored personnel carrier, reports Militarnyi with the reference to the Defence Blog.
Demonstration missile launches were conducted at a military training ground in South Asia for one of the potential buyers of the Ukrainian ATGMs.
According to a representative of the state-owned company, the combat firing tests were conducted from the M113 tracked armored personnel carrier at an inclination angle of 15 degrees.
Luch Design Bureau did not name the exact date and country, but noted that all targets were successfully engaged and the potential customer was delighted with the accuracy of the Ukrainian-made missiles.
There are speculations that the tests took place in Pakistan, where Luch Design Bureau participates in the tender for the supply of anti-tank systems for the army of this country with its complex Skif (export version of Stugna-P ATGM).
In April, Luch Design Bureau demonstrated the efficiency of its Korsar ATGM in different weather and climatic conditions.
In the demonstration video, the anti-tank missile system fires in the desert, forest, summer and winter, and engages the target in all conditions.
Korsar lightweight portable missile system has a range of up to 2.5 km and is designed to engage stationary and mobile armored targets with any types of armor.
In October, the State Enterprise demonstrated the production process of its anti-tank missiles for Stugna-P and light Korsar systems.
The anti-tank systems are capable of engaging tanks, armored personnel carriers, high-speed landing craft, helicopters, drones, as well as small-scale targets such as pillboxes.
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