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Israeli Spike NLOS Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (ATGM) with a range of up to 50 km from a helicopter and 32 km from the ground were delivered by air to the Indian Air Force (IAF). The fleet of Kazan Helicopters Mi-17V5 helicopters of Russian heritage will be equipped with NLOS missiles.

Rafael Advanced Defence Systems, an Israeli corporation, created it.

It can be purchased in a variety of forms, including man-portable, vehicle- and helicopter-launched versions.

uses a lock-on before launch and autonomous self-guiding features along with a fire-and-forget mechanism.

The “Fire, Observe and Update” operating mode is a feature of the Spike’s long and extended range versions.

Precision strikes on ground targets can be carried out from a standoff distance by SPIKE NLOS ATGMs that are air-launched.

shows the capacity to deal serious damage to opponent tank regiments and successfully halt their advances.

Due to its stand-off range and passive guiding, it is most survivable.

It allows for the management of A2AD (Anti-access/Area Denial) targets.

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