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TMRP-6

Developed with Swedish assistance today Dynamit Nobel AG. The EFP disc was originally manufactured in Sweden then license produced in Yugoslavia. It may bear resemblance to the AT2 mine.

                                               

Topfmine

The Topfmines were a series of German circular minimum metal anti-tank blast mines that entered service with the German army in 1944, during the Second World War. Mine uses a body made from compressed wood-pulp, cardboard and tar along with glass ...

                                               

Type 84 mine

The Type 84 is a Chinese air-dispersed scatterable anti-tank mine, normally deployed by the GBL212 122 mm artillery rocket, or the Type 122-15 ATML rocket for export versions. Each rocket can carry six or eight mines and has a range of around six ...

                                               

VS-1.6 mine

The VS-1.6 is an Italian circular plastic-cased scatterable anti-tank blast mine. It has very few metal components and is resistant to overpressure and shock. The mine can also be deployed conventionally and from helicopters. It was produced by V ...

                                               

YaM-5 box mine

The YaM-5 was a Soviet anti-tank blast mine with a wood case. Various wood was used. The mine consists of a rectangular wooden box with a hinged lid that overlaps the front of the mine. A slot in the hinged lids side through which an MUV pull fus ...

                                               

YM-III mine

The YM-III or YM-3 is a circular ABS plastic cased Iranian minimum metal anti-tank blast mine. It is a copy of the Chinese Type 72 non-metallic anti-tank mine. The mine uses a blast-resistant fuze, which relies on gradual application of pressure ...

                                               

Bulgarian anti-helicopter mines

The 4AHM-100, AHM-200, AHM-200-1, AHM-200-2, PMN-150, and PMN-250 are Bulgarian directional fragmentation mines that can be used with proximity fuzes to function as anti-helicopter mines.

                                               

PMZ-40 mine

The PMZ-40 was a circular metal-cased Soviet multi-purpose landmine used during the Second World War. It was similar in design to the earlier Finnish Panssarimiina m/36 which was used during the Winter War. The mine had a serrated lower edge that ...

                                               

BLU-14

The BLU-14/B was an American 347 kg ground-penetrating anti-vehicle mine for release by low-flying altitude) aircraft. It was a derivative of the MLU-10/B 750 lb. land mine, and therefore essentially identical in shape and weight to the BLU-31/B ...

                                               

Selectable Lightweight Attack Munition

Selectable Lightweight Attack Munition or is a small United States multi-purpose landmine produced by ATK Precision Fuze Company in Janesville, Wisconsin from 1992-2002. It has a passive infrared sensor, and a magnetic influence sensor which allo ...

                                               

Volcano mine system

The M-136 Volcano mine system is a United States automated, scattered mine delivery system designed to lay a field of up to 960 mines at an average density of 0.9 mines per meter front. The system is designed to be mounted on and powered by the f ...

                                               

Land mines in North Africa

This article discusses the problem represented by land mines in North Africa, the consequent suffering of its peoples, and how the countries in the region deal with this problem.

                                               

Tajikistan–Uzbekistan border minefields

The Uzbekistan–Tajikistan border minefields are the result of Uzbekistans unilateral decision to indiscriminately mine rural areas along its border region with Tajikistan. This action is aimed at hindering drug trafficking and cross-border infilt ...

                                               

Air-launched ballistic missile

An air-launched ballistic missile or ALBM is a ballistic missile launched from an aircraft. An ALBM allows the launch aircraft to stand off at long distances from its target, keeping it well outside the range of defensive weapons like anti-aircra ...

                                               

Air-to-air missile

An air-to-air missile is a missile fired from an aircraft for the purpose of destroying another aircraft. AAMs are typically powered by one or more rocket motors, usually solid fueled but sometimes liquid fueled. Ramjet engines, as used on the Me ...

                                               

Air-to-surface missile

An air-to-surface missile or air-to-ground missile is a missile designed to be launched from military aircraft at targets on land or sea. There are also unpowered guided glide bombs not considered missiles. The two most common propulsion systems ...

                                               

Anti-tank guided missile

An anti-tank guided missile, anti-tank missile, anti-tank guided weapon or anti-armor guided weapon is a guided missile primarily designed to hit and destroy heavily armored military vehicles. ATGM range in size from shoulder-launched weapons whi ...

                                               

Beyond-visual-range missile

A beyond-visual-range missile is an air-to-air missile that is capable of engaging at ranges of 20 nmi or beyond. This range has been achieved using dual pulse rocket motors or booster rocket motor and ramjet sustainer motor. In addition to the r ...

                                               

Submarine-launched ballistic missile

A submarine-launched ballistic missile is a ballistic missile capable of being launched from submarines. Modern variants usually deliver multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles each of which carries a nuclear warhead and allows a singl ...

                                               

Surface-to-air missile

A surface-to-air missile, or ground-to-air missile, is a missile designed to be launched from the ground to destroy aircraft or other missiles. It is one type of antiaircraft system, in modern armed forces, missiles have replaced most other forms ...

                                               

Surface-to-surface missile

A surface-to-surface missile or ground-to-ground missile is a missile designed to be launched from the ground or the sea and strike targets on land or at sea. They may be fired from hand-held or vehicle mounted devices, from fixed installations, ...

                                               

Medium-range ballistic missile

A medium-range ballistic missile is a type of ballistic missile with medium range, this last classification depending on the standards of certain organizations. Within the U.S. Department of Defense, a medium-range missile is defined by having a ...

                                               

Multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle

A multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle is a missile payload containing several warheads, each capable of being aimed to hit a different target. The concept is almost invariably associated with intercontinental ballistic missiles carr ...

                                               

1963 United States Tri-Service missile and drone designation system

On June 27, 1963, the U.S. Department of Defense established a designation system for guided missiles and drones jointly used by all the United States armed services. It superseded the separate designation systems the Air Force and Navy had for d ...

                                               

AIST (missile)

AIST cruise missile - latest development of the Belarusian State Military Industrial Committee. The cruise missile is a high precision short-range subsonic cruise missile developed in close cooperation with Ukrainian and Chinese experts.

                                               

FZ275 LGR

The FZ275 LGR - Laser Guided Rocket is a weapon system by Thales. It is intended to provide a low-cost guided missile compatible with existing unguided 70mm rocket launch platforms. The HE version of the FZ275 LGR is equipped with a HE warhead. I ...

                                               

Pan American Airways Guided Missile Range Division

Pan American Airways Guided Missile Range Division was a distinct division of Pan American World Airways in the period 1950-1980, responsible as prime contractor of the U.S. Air Force Eastern Test Range, based out of Patrick Air Force Base, Flori ...

                                               

Standoff missile

Standoff weapons are missiles or bombs which may be launched at a distance sufficient to allow attacking personnel to evade defensive fire from the target area. Typically, they are used against land- and sea-based targets in an offensive operatio ...

                                               

HMS Girdle Ness

HMS Girdle Ness was a Beachy Head -class repair ship constructed for the Royal Navy that entered service in 1945. Originally named Penlee Point, the vessel was designed as a maintenance ship for landing craft in the Pacific Theatre of World War I ...

                                               

Chen bottom mine

The Sinking naval mines are a series of Chinese naval mines. These are bottom mines. Estimates of Chinese total reserves of the mine between 80.000 and 100.000 mines.

                                               

Te-1 rocket propelled mine

The Chinese Specialized-1 rocket propelled mine project was started by the 710th Research Institute in 1981, and completed by 1987 after more than 100 major design changes. Specialized-1 is planted by surface ships in up to 200 m of water. The ma ...

                                               

Te-2 remotely controlled mine

Specialized-2 is the second generation remotely controlled naval mines. The project was jointly developed by the Vanguard Instrumentation Factory, Shanghai Electric Automation Research Institute, Shanghai Jiaotong University, and Naval Engineerin ...

                                               

Bofors 155 Bonus

155 BONUS is a 155 mm artillery round, developed in cooperation between Bofors of Sweden and Nexter of France, designed for a long range, indirect fire top attack role against armoured vehicles. The BONUS base bleed carrier shell contains two sub ...

                                               

Extended Range Guided Munition

The Extended Range Guided Munition was a precision guided rocket-assisted 5-inch Shell development by Raytheon for the U.S. Navy. The program was cancelled in March 2008 after twelve years of development and over 600 million dollars in funding. T ...

                                               

Kitolov-2M

Kitolov-2M is a Russian laser-guided 120mm mortar and 122mm artillery shell with Malakhit automated artillery fire control system able to attack stationary and moving targets with top attack pattern. Some mortars with the help of this system can ...

                                               

Krasnopol (weapon system)

The 2K25 Krasnopol is a Soviet 152/155 mm cannon-launched, fin-stabilized, base bleed-assisted, semi-automatic laser-guided, artillery weapon system. It automatically homes on a point illuminated by a laser designator, typically operated by a gro ...

                                               

Long Range Land Attack Projectile

The Long Range Land Attack Projectile is a cancelled precision guided 155 mm naval artillery shell for the U.S. Navys Advanced Gun System. LRLAP was developed and produced by Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, the prime contractor being B ...

                                               

M107 projectile

The M107 155mm projectile was the standard 155mm high explosive projectile for howitzers of the US Army and US Marine Corps. A bursting round with fragmentation and blast effects, the M107 is being superseded in the US military by the M795.

                                               

M549

The M549 is a High-Explosive Rocket Assisted 155 mm howitzer round developed for use by the US Military in order to add additional range to standard howitzers, with a maximum range 30.1 km from a M198 howitzer. The projectile has two distinctive ...

                                               

M795

The M795 155mm projectile is the US Army and US Marine Corps standard 155mm high explosive projectile for howitzers. It is a bursting round with fragmentation and blast effects. In the M795 is designed to be more deadly range version of the M107. ...

                                               

M864

The M864 is an American made 155 mm artillery shell. It carries a dual-purpose ICM submunition warhead and incorporates Base bleed technology to increase its range. The projectile is capable of delivering 24 M46 and 48 M42 dual-purpose anti-mater ...

                                               

M712 Copperhead

The M712 Copperhead is a 155 mm caliber cannon-launched guided projectile. It is a fin-stabilized, terminally laser guided, explosive shell intended to engage hard point targets such as tanks, self-propelled howitzers or other high-value targets. ...

                                               

M982 Excalibur

The M982 Excalibur is a 155 mm extended range guided artillery shell developed during a collaborative effort between the US Army Research Laboratory and the United States Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center. The Excalibur w ...

                                               

Panzergranate 39

Panzergranate 39 or Pzgr. 39 was a German armor-piercing shell used during World War II. It was manufactured in various calibers and was the most common anti-tank shell used in German tank and anti-tank guns, shortened to PaK) of 37 to 88 mm caliber.

                                               

Rochling shell

Rochling shells were bunker-busting artillery shells, developed by German engineer August Conders during World War II, based on the theory of increasing the sectional density to improve penetration.

                                               

SAM-N-8 Zeus

SAM-N-8 Zeus, also known as Zeus I, was a project by the Naval Ordnance Laboratory of the United States Navy to develop a guided anti-aircraft artillery shell for launch from 8-inch guns. Tested in the late 1940s, it was overtaken by advances in ...

                                               

SMArt 155

SMArt 155 is a German 155 mm artillery round, designed for a long range, indirect fire top attack role against armoured vehicles. The SMArt carrier shell contains two submunitions with infrared sensor and millimeter wave radar, which descend over ...

                                               

Stielgranate 41

The Stielgranate 41 was a German shaped charge, fin-stabilized shell, used with the 3.7 cm Pak 36 anti-tank gun to give it better anti-tank performance. 3.7 cm Pak 36 was the standard anti tank gun of the Wehrmacht in 1940. During the battle for ...

                                               

XM1128

The XM1128 "Insensitive Munition High Explosive Base Burn Projectile" is a 155mm boosted artillery round designed to achieve a maximum range of 30–40 km. It is used for fragmentation and blast effect against personnel and/or materiel. The develop ...

                                               

M1156 Precision Guidance Kit

The M1156 Precision Guidance Kit, formerly XM1156, is a U.S. Army-designed precision guidance system to turn existing 155 mm artillery shells into smart weapons. The prime contractor was Alliant Techsystems – later merging with Orbital Sciences C ...