Aselsan signed a contract with an undisclosed International customer to supply $93.2 million worth of anti-tank guided missiles, launchers, command and control, and firing spots detection systems.
ASELSAN Anti-Tank MLS has been developed to perform defense mission of tracked and wheeled land platforms primarily against armored main battle tanks.
It is a remotely controlled and stabilized Weapon Platform carrying 4 Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (ATGM). 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 12.7 or 7.62 mm machine gun for self-protection against asymmetric threats.
ASELSAN, which has become a major player in stabilized weapon systems, did not reveal details about the exported systems and the country. However, the SERDAR Antitank Missile System can be spotted in the images via which ASELSAN announced the export contract. SERDAR was exported to Qatar before.
ASELSAN SERDAR Anti-Tank Missile System is a weapon system that will provide high efficiency against ground targets under all weather conditions day and night through its computer-aided fire control capabilities designed to minimize user interaction. The system is a remote-controlled and stabilized weapon platform that can carry 2/4 anti-tank missiles (SKIF, KORNET etc.).
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