Rafael Expands SPIKE Family

Egozi, Arie
March 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p92
The article reports on the modifications for SPIKE anti-tank/multi-purpose missile family by Raphael Advanced Defence Systems in Israel. It highlights the weaponries upgraded by the company including SPIKE NLOS missile, SPIKE-SR man-portable infantry system, and SPIKE-MR. Moreover, the firm's refusal to reveal its future upgrade on the military weapons, is also mentioned.


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