Missile 9M39 of IGLA
Missile 9M39 of the portable anti-aircraft missile system “Igla” (9K38) is designed for defeat of visually observed jet, turbo-prop and piston-engined aircrafts and helicopters on head-on and tail-on courses under conditions of influence of natural (background) and false heat jammings.
The missile is fired by a gunner from the shoulder in a standing or kneeling position from a fire position on the terrain providing good observation of air space. PAMS “Igla” possesses automatic introduction of elevation and lead angles, deep destruction of warhead, uses detonating fuel in propulsion system and displacement circuit in a homing head ensuring the missile hit into the most vulnerable components of the target and allows to defeat effectively modern aircrafts and helicopters of enemy.
PAMS “Igla” operation is approved for use under conditions of temperate cold, arid and humid tropical climate.
|Length of a container with a missile, mm||1708|
|Start mass of a missile, kg||10.6|
|Height of target engagement, m||
|Maximum speed of target engagement, m/s||400|
|Activation time, s, not more than||13|
|Maximum range of the target engagement, m||5200|