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Roketsan Mizrak-U ATGM successfully tested from TAI T-129 ATAK
October 19, 2017
Turkish Defence Minister Fikri Işık sitting in a Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) T-129. Photo credit: Turkish Ministry of Defence

Roketsan Mizrak-U ATGM successfully tested from TAI T-129 ATAK

Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) and Roketsan successfully tested the Mizrak-U (UMTAS-U) anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) from the T-129 attack helicopter on 02 April, 2017.

Turkey’s defence minister Fikri Işık celebrated the successful tests by asserting that the T-129s have been armed with a potent and domestically developed solution.

The Roketsan Mizrak-U has a maximum range of 8,000 metres. It weighs 37.5 kg and is compatible with imaging infrared (IIR) and semi-active laser-homing (SALH) seekers. It can be armed with a tandem anti-armour warhead or high-explosive blast fragmentation warhead.

The TAI Hürkuş-C close air support aircraft is also expected to be equipped with the Mizrak-U.

  • nob hamid gul

    Good Job Turks ??
    Please provide some details about mizark U in comparison with US javelin and Israeli spike

    • Oğuzhan Öztürk

      It has irr and laser variants, effective againts reactive armors, you can find the video on youtube

  • Ziya Bayraktaroğlu

    javelin is short range easy to use for a man so you cant,hellfire seeker is also different laser and microwave,but spike is very similar iir seeker and range is same as mızrak U

  • T-123456

    Aselsan Cats will replace the Aselflir 300T on the T129 Atak helicopters.
    60kg weight reduction.

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