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Serbian Advance Light Attack System ALAS Guided Missile Bought by Pakistan Army

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Serbian Advance Light Attack System ALAS Guided Missile

Serbian Advance Light Attack System ALAS Guided Missile Update: Pakistan has purchased the modern Serbian Advance Light Attack System ALAS Guided Missile from Serbia.

It is a surface to surface hunter. This Serbian Advance Light Attack System ALAS Guided Missile can hit its target present in the range of 25 to 50 kilometer.

According to the information This Serbian Advance Light Attack System ALAS Guided Missile is a short range tactical weapon which can make heavy loos of enemy in the war.

Serbian Advance Light Attack System ALAS Guided Missile is a very important and extraordinary weapon, therefore Pakistan Army bought this missile from Serbia.

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For your information Serbian Advance Light Attack System ALAS Guided Missiles are of three types which are as follows:

ALAS-A: This type of surface to surface guided missile can hit its target which falls upto 25 kilometer.

ALAS-B: This type of surface to surface guided missile can destroy its target which falls in the 60 kilometer range.

ALAS-C: This is an anti ship missile and it can hit upto 25 kilometers.

This is not confirm that which type of ALAS missiles were bought by Pakistan Army. But it is a good news for the Pakistani nation that Pakistan bought this missile.

More About ALAS

ALAS (Advanced Light Attack System) is a short-range multipurpose wire guided missile system developed by the private company EdePro, which operates under the direction of the state-owned Yugoimport SDPR. The ALAS missile system was developed primarily for missions against tanks, armored vehicles, fortifications, command posts, low-flying helicopters, coastal ships, industrial facilities and bridges.

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.

Sources: Advance Pakistan, Defence Blog, Degal

Image Sources: Encyclopedia of Safety, Defence Blog

Video Source: Defence Blog

 

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