Ukrainian State Design Bureau ‘Luch’ from Kyiv successfully test fired its advanced SKIF portable anti-tank guided missile (export version of the STUGNA-P developed for Ukrainian army).
That was reported by Defence Blog.
The new version of the SKIF portable anti-tank guided missile system has undergone a series of changes and improvements according to the requirements of the potential customer. Major changes were made for use launchers of the anti-tank guided missile system in conditions of soft soils and sand.
Also, SKIF shall be equipped with new thermal sight, is designed for detection, recognition and identification of threats at longer ranges during day-night and adverse weather conditions. The missile itself has not changed since it was originally designed for use in all climatic and weather conditions, without exception.
The SKIF anti-tank guided missile system is designed to engage main battle tanks fitted with explosive reactive armor, lightly armored vehicles, fortifications, hovering helicopters, pinpoint surface targets in any weather, day or night, and in electronic and optical countermeasures environments.