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The National Interest magazine said that the Russian anti-tank guided missiles (PTRU) can become “the worst nightmare” for NATO. According to the author, Charlie Gao, Moscow has a significant advantage in the form of arms.
“Russia seems to be ahead of the rest high-explosive fragmentation and thermobaric warheads for anti-tank guided missiles, almost every missile in the Russian army has the options with them,” — said the expert.
He explains that these missiles can hit a small target at a distance of more than 5 kilometers, can be used not only against tanks, but, for example, against infantry.
The publication adds that the most common way to use anti-tank missiles from a helicopter. In Syria, the author of the material, Russia has used the Ka-50, equipped with such shells.
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