The recording below shows the missiles flying to the indicated targets on the ground. In this case, these are buildings in an unspecified part of the country. The moment of launching the missiles was not clarified, but it can be assumed that the launching platform was light surface ships used by the Israeli armed forces. This confirms the universality of the missile produced by Rafael, which can be used to strike a wide range of targets at distances of up to tens of kilometers.
Spike NLOS (Non Line of Sight) is an Israeli anti-tank guided missile developed and manufactured by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. The effector can be used to eliminate many types of targets, both during the day and at night, in any weather conditions. When launched from a land platform, the maximum range is 32 km, and if the missile is launched from a helicopter, this value rises to up to 50 km. During service, Spike NLOS missiles received a completely modern optical-electronic guidance system with automatic target recognition (ATR) function.
Spike NLOS can operate in “fire and forget” mode and in classic targeting by the operator. The new version has the ability to fire shots (up to four triggers directed by a single operator) and additional capabilities related to performing operations in a network-centric environment, as well as the ability to merge (merge) data from both cameras. As the Israelis confirm, the missile is completely independent of the Global Positioning System (GPS) for satellite navigation.
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