ASELSAN’s Anti-Tank Missile Launching System at IDEF
ASELSAN will exhibit its Anti-Tank Missile Launching System at IDEF 2017 in OTOKAR stand, integrated onto the vehicle produced by OTOKAR. The system that ASELSAN started to develop in 2014 is a fully automated, remotely controlled and stabilized Weapon Platform carrying 4 Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (HELLFIRE, JAVELIN, KORNET-E, OMTAS etc.). The Weapon Platform can be customized in order to carry the amount of missiles required by the customer. Alongside with 4 Anti-Tank Guided missiles, the system can be configured to carry 25mm automatic cannon, 12.7 or 7.62 mm machine gun for self-protection.
The ASELSAN Anti-Tank Missile Launching system, which provides high effectivity against ground targets in day/night and adverse weather conditions, is suitable for integration with a variety of existing or new armoured high mobility fighting vehicles, considerably upgrading their lethality. It allows the system to be operated from inside the vehicle with a high degree of precision to protect the gunner and/or commander from being exposed.
NAVAL STATION MAYPORT, Fla. (December 16, 2021) An MQ-4C Triton Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), assigned to Unmanned Patrol Squadron 19 (VUP-19), sits on the flight line at Naval Station Mayport, Florida, Dec. 16, 2021. VUP-19, the Navy’s first Triton squadron, will continue to maintain and operate the aircraft off the East Coast to further develop the concept of operations and refine tactics, techniques, and procedures. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nathan T. Beard/ Released)