The French-German anti-tank guided missile MILAN
The Milan is a French-German ATGM, anti-tank guided missile. It was developed in the 1960s by French Nord Aviation and German MBB (now MBDA). Milan entered service in 1972.
The Milan, Missile d’Infanterie Léger Antichar, is a wire-guided missile SACLOS, Semi-Automatic Command to Line-Of-Sight. The Milan can be equipped with Mira thermal sight for observation and shooting at night.
The MILAN is adopted by several different armies throughout the world.
Calibre: 107 mm Milan F1 / 115 mm Milan F2
Warhead: tandem HEAT
Range: 1950 m / 3000 m Milan ER
Guidance System: SACLOS wire
Speed: 210 km/h
Weight of missile: 7.1 kg
Weight of launcher: 18.7 à 19.7 kg
Length of missile: 1.20 m