TOP 5 MANPADS (Man-portable air-defense system) in the World

TOP 5 Man-portable air-defense system  in the World

1) 9K333 Verba

The 9K333 Verba is a Russian fourth-generation man-portable infrared homing surface-to-air missile (SAM) MANPADS. Its NATO reporting name is SA-25.

9K333 Verba uses Three-channel optical seeker Guidance system (ultraviolet, near-infrared, mid-infrared) . The Weight of 9K333 Verba is 1.5 kg  and it uses Solid fuel rocket motor as an Engine . Flight ceiling of 9K333 Verba is   Flight ceiling 5 km

2) FIM-92 Stinger Block 2

The FIM-92 Stinger Block 2  is an American fourth-generation man-portable infrared homing surface-to-air missile (SAM) MANPADS . The Weight of FIM-92 Stinger Block 2 is 3 kg.it uses a solid fuel rocket motor as an Engine. The Effective firing range is 8 km.

3) Starstreak

Starstreak is a British short-range man-portable air-defense system (MANPADS). It is also known as Starstreak HVM (High-Velocity Missile). It can fly at a speed of more than 4 march. Starstreak uses Semi-automatic command to line of sight as a guidance system. The Effective firing range Starstreak II is  7+km.  The Weight of the warhead is 0.90 kg and the weight of the missile is 14.00 kg

 

 4) RBS-70

RBS 70 is a Swedish man-portable air-defense system (MANPADS). The RBS 70 is a Short-range Air Defense (SHORAD) laser-guided missile system. RBS-70 uses Booster and sustainer with smokeless solid propellant as an engine. It can fly at a speed of Mach 2. The weight of the warhead is 1.1 kg Combined with 3,000 tungsten spheres and shaped charge. weight of the whole system is 87 kg

5) Mistral (missile)

Mistral is a french infrared homing surface-to-air missile. Mistral uses infrared homing as a guidance system. it uses Solid Rocket Motor as an engine. It can fly at a speed of 2.6 + mach  . The weight of the warhead is 2.95 kg and its Effective firing range is 6km

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