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Anti-tank guided missile weapon system - Ukraine

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The Stugna-P is an anti-tank missile system designed and manufactured in Ukraine. The anti-tank missile weapon system has been developed by the Kyiv-based Luch design bureau to compete with foreign models of the same class. Round comprising "STUGNA" antitank guided missile is intended for firing from the tank T-55 or antitank artillery gun MT-12 against stationary and moving modern armored objects with combined, incomplete or monolithic armor including ERA (explosive reactive armor), and also against pinpoint targets like weapon emplacements, tank in a trench, lightly armored objects. The Stugna-P is able of destroying low-altitude, slow-moving aerial targets. The laser-guided system has a range of 4,000 meters and can penetrate armor up to 800 millimeters in thickness. The operating temperature range is from - 40° to +60°. The Stugna-P is able to destroy armored targets on all-terrain conditions in various climatic conditions at a distance of 100 to 4000 meters.

Stugna-P variants:

The Stugna-P was developed from the Skif, a Ukrainian anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) system developed by the Luch Design Bureau

Technical Data

Launcher Unit
The launcher unit of the Stugna-P consists of a tripod, a missile container, a guidance device and a computer used to control all the firing operations and allow the operator to remotely control the launcher station from a safe distance of up to 50 m. The laser guidance sighting system is the PN-I that can be used during day and night conditions with a firing range from 50 to 5,000 m. The PN-I weighs 17.2 kg and features a television surveillance and sighting system, a laser range finder, a laser guidance system, and a control system for the missile's axes.
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Close view of PN-I sighting system of the Stugna-P launcher unit.
The Stugna-P can launch 130mm and 152mm missiles, the most common of which are the RK-2S, RK-2OF, RK-2M-K, and RK-2M-OF guided missiles. They can be equipped with different types of warheads including tandem cumulative, high-explosive fragmentation, or thermobaric. The STUGNA missile uses semi-active laser beam riding guidance, and with its tandem shaped-charge warhead, it is capable of penetrating up to 800 mm explosive reactive armor. The missile can engage targets from 100 to 5,000 m, with flying time to the maximum range not exceeding 14.3 seconds. The missile has a length of 1,360 mm, and a weight of 29.5 kg.
Combat Use
The missile of the Stugna-P is able to destroy stationary and moving armored targets protected with state-of-the-art composite and explosive reactive armor, and is suitable for use in both ground-to-ground and ground-to-air roles, engaging with a high degree of efficiency in hard targets on the land and low-flying air targets such as helicopters. The main feature of the system is the possibility of aiming the missile at the target indirectly and firing from hidden positions, which reduces the risk of the gunner's death as a result of the enemy's return fire.


Type Type of engaged targets
Anti-tank guided missile Modern main battle tanks, armored vehicles, and low-flying targets
Country users Armor penetration
Ukraine 800mm 
Designer Country Warhead
Ukraine tandem hollow-charge
Range missile Guidance System
100 to 5,000 m maximum Semi-automatic by laser beam
Weight Missile Length Missile
29.5 kg Length: 1,360 mm

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