The MILAN is a French/German developed anti-tank guided missile, with a single shaped-charge warhead. MILAN means "Missile d'Infanterie Léger ANtichar" (light anti-tank infantry missile). It is also the name for a family of a bird of prey (Kites) in French.
Vehicles equipped with this weapon
|Projectile Mass||6.55 kg|
|max. speed||200 m/s|
|Guidance system type||Semi-automatic|
|Firing range||2.00 km|
|Explosive Mass||1.4 kg|
|TNT equivalent||1.83 kg|
|Fuze Sensitivity||0.1 mm|
|10 m||530 mm||459 mm||265 mm|
|100 m||530 mm||459 mm||265 mm|
|500 m||530 mm||459 mm||265 mm|
|1,000 m||530 mm||459 mm||265 mm|
|1,500 m||530 mm||459 mm||265 mm|
|2,000 m||530 mm||459 mm||265 mm|
Comparison with analogues
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Usage in battles
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Pros and cons
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- Because it is wire-guided, the missile is not affected by radio jamming or flares
- Visual contact has to be maintained with the target at all times until the missile hits the target.
- Short range
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