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Trigan  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2002
Total Production: ?
Origin: France and Germany
Corporations: MBDA
Parent System: Trigan
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2002
Total Production: ?
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Description: The Trigan anti-tank weapon system combines the Trigat-MR anti-tank missile and existing Milan firing post. The Trigan features increased survivability, confined space firing capability, high maneuverability, lethality, and increased growth potential. It also allows to use legacy Milan ammunition.

The Trigan weapon system is provided with an IR sensor in order to be employed in adverse weather, day and night, and heavy countermeasures environments. The targets of choice of this weapon system are advanced armored vehicles and fortifications. In addition, it is exceptionally suitable for urban warfare and can be fired from confined spaces.

The Trigan anti-tank weapon system will replace the existing Milan in service with dismounted infantry.

Trigan Specifications

Dimensions
Caliber: 160 millimeter
Length: 1,050 millimeter (41 inch)
Performance
Piercing in Armor: 1,300 millimeter
Weapon Max Range: 2,500 meter
Weapon Min Range: 200 meter
Weight
System Weight: 18 kilogram
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