Bumbar (Bumble-bee in Yugoslavian)

Bumbar (Bumble-bee in Yugoslavian)
Bumbar (Bumble-bee in Yugoslavian)
Bumbar (Bumble-bee in Yugoslavian)

The Bumbar (Bumble-bee in Yugoslavian) is a Yugoslavian ATGM with "soft-launch" with a primary ejection charge before the secondary missile propulson kicks in. Bumbar also have very good counter-jamming abilities. It also features a highly manoeuvarble direct thrust vector control system located at the missile's center of gravity. R&D were stopped in the wake of the breakup of Yugoslavia and was put on hold until later. In 2005 Yugoimport-SDPR begun marketing the extended-range version of its Bumbar (Bumble Bee) anti-armour guided-weapon system. Total length 0.9 m Diameter 136 mm Wingspan Weight mass of the missile round 12 kg mass of the missile 10 kg mass of the firing post 4 kg mass of the tripod 2 kg Warhead anti-ERA, tandem warhed Propulsion Maximum Speed effective range 60 to 600m flight time up to maximum range less than 5 sec Guidance mode penetration behind ERA 1000mm of RHA system reliability higher than 90% Single-shot hit probability more than 90%

Submitted by: Cesare