An Anti-Tank Missile refers to a variety of anti-vehicle guided missiles used to destroy armored targets. Coming in many different shapes and sizes, they are typically wire-guided through a thin optic fire, though a few are instead direct by laser or radio. A heavier, larger version of the ATM exists which has similar flight performance but carries more fuel and a more destructive warhead.
- Notable Examples
- DiMaean RAVEN Missile System - Main armament of the Klemm light tank, mounted in a turret-like housing with three per side.
- Purpose: Anti-Armor
- Effective Range: 1200 to 2000 m
- Penetration: 625 to 900 mm
- Accuracy: Good
- Mode of Fire: Single
- Usual Ammo Load: 1 Missile