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Type96 Multi-Purpose Missile System
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No: 5331   Contributor: Los688   Year: 2008   Manufacturer: Other   Country: Japan
Type96 Multi-Purpose Missile System

JGSDF Camp Kasumigaura.

The Type-96 Multi-Purpose Missile System is a fiber-optic guided missile system with infrared image seeker against landing craft and tanks. It is the first Japanese missile system that uses a complete digitally controlled interface. The Type 96 missile has a large warhead which can destroy most tanks with a direct hit from the top, but it can also be used in an anti-helicopter role. The missile is guided by an operator with an infrared image monitor in the launch vehicle. It is build by Kawasaki HHeavy Industries.
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