ATGM

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ATGMAntitank Guided Missile (US DoD)
ATGMAntitank Guided Munition (US DoD)
ATGMAir to Ground Missile
ATGMAstegmen (3rd Lieutenant in Turkish Army)
ATGMAll Tube Gamma Monitor
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The RCV-Medium will weigh about 10 tons and be equipped with a medium-caliber weapon cannon and an antitank guided missile, Sponsler said.
The terror group fired an antitank guided missile towards SDF positions in the Al-Shafah area of eastern Deir al-Zour.
Field Manual 3-22.3, Stryker Gunnery, (5) follows a pattern similar to the heavy brigade combat team manual--it does not include training strategies for antitank guided missile platoons or platoons that are not infantry.
The BTR-T's most distinguishing feature is its low-silhouette turret, mounting a modern gun-missile weapon system: the 30mm automatic gun (as found on the BMP-2) and Konkurs AT-5 antitank guided missile (ATGM) (NATO Spandrel).
Engineer platoons, human collection teams (HCTs), signal intelligence teams, unmanned aerial reconnaissance and surveillance assets, and antitank guided missile platoons were integrated during infantry company STXs and live-fire exercises.
The latter effectively fused militia forces with highly trained fighters and antitank guided missile teams into the battle.
(See article in the March-April issue of Army Logistician, page 1.) The other Stryker variants are the commander's vehicle, fire support vehicle, mortar carrier, engineer squad vehicle, medical evacuation vehicle (see related article on page 48), reconnaissance vehicle, and antitank guided missile vehicle.
Other missiles developed and successfully test-fired by the Defense Research and Development Laboratory include the ''Prithvi'' (Earth), the surface-to-surface ''Agni'' (Fire), the medium-range ballistic ''Akash'' (Sky), and the ''Nag'' (Cobra) antitank guided missile.
Other missiles developed and successfully test-fired under the IMPD include the "Prithvi" (Earth) surface-to-surface missile, the "Agni" (Fire) intermediate-range ballistic missile, the "Akash" (Sky) multi-target surface-to-air missile and the "Nag" (cobra) antitank guided missile.
Advanced on-board, laser-based jamming techniques used in conjunction with off-board devices against advanced and imaging EO/IR surface-to-air missile and antitank guided missile threats are expected to be demonstrated by FY00.