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List of anti-tank missiles

This is a list of anti-tank guided missiles by country.

Australia

Argentina

Belarus

Brazil

China

Croatia

  • RL90 M95

Canada

France

Germany

Hungary

India

Indonesia

Iran

Israel

Italy

Japan

North Korea

South Korea

Pakistan

Poland

  • Pirat (ATGM)[6]

Serbia

South Africa

Soviet Union and Russian Federation

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

  • Cirit (Laser Guided Anti-Tank Missile)[7]
  • Mızrak-O (Medium Range Anti-Tank Missile)[8]
  • Mızrak-U (Long Range Anti-Tank Missile)[9]

United Kingdom

United States

AH-1W with Hellfire (left) and BGM-71 TOW missiles (right)

Ukraine

See also

References

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