ALAS-C  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2016
Total Production: ?
Origin: Serbia and United Arab Emirates
Corporations: EDePro
Parent System: ALAS
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2013
Total Production: ?
Family Members: ALAS-A and ALAS-B
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Description: The ALAS (Advanced Light Attack System) is an optic-fiber guided missile family developed by EDePro to hit a wide range of targets at distances between 25 and 60 kilometers. The ALAS missile is carried and launched using a sealed canister with the weapon leaving the container using solid propellant booster. The missile uses the inertial navigation system (INS) and an imaging infrared (IIR) sensor connecting to the operator via an optic-fiber cable. This arrangement allows the operator to select the target thanks to the imagery form the IIR sensor. The ALAS missiles use a solid booster and a turbojet engine for the cruise phase of the flight. All missiles carry a blast fragmentation warhead. These missiles were developed in the 2000s and entered service in the early 2010s.

The ALAS-C is a joint development between Serbia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) designed to provide coastal defense. This variant has a maximum range of 25-to-50 kilometers with the missile flying at an altitude of 150-to-500 meters at a cruise speed of 180 meters per second. It is suitable to engage boats and small ships. The UAE has deployed the ALAS-C coastal defense missile installed on Nimr 6x6 tactical vehicles.

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