Helicopter Armament

December 2002
Armada International;2002, Issue 6, p52
Presents information on several helicopter-launched anti-armor missile systems. Lockheed Martin AGM-114K Hellfire II; MBDA Trigat-LR; Israeli Rafael Spike-ER; KBM 9M114 Shturm.


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