Ukrainian-Turkish Anti-Tank Missile Launching System Completes Trials

Serdar, a new anti-tank missile launching system jointly developed by the Turkish company Aselsan and Ukraine’s Ukroboronprom enterprises, has passed qualifying trials and is now ready for delivery to an unnamed foreign customer, according to a report by Shephard Media.

The system is remotely operated and makes use of Skif missiles (in particular the 130mm RK-2S version) created by the Ukrainian Luch Design Bureau. It has two variants, one with two launchers, and another with four. The 130mm Skif missiles have an effective range of 5km and are capable of penetrating 800mm of armor.

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