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Roketsan from Turkey has developed METE mini-missile that can be fired from 40mm grenade launcher

The Turkish company Roketsan has developed the Laser-Guided Mini Missile System METE that can be launched from 40-millimeter new-generation grenade launchers. The METE offers a greater range of fire and more accuracy for existing conventional grenade launchers.
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The METE Laser-Guided Mini Missile can be fired from a conventional 40mm grenade launcher. (Picture source Roketsan)

The METE is a Laser-Guided Mini Missile that can be fired from a grenade launcher by a single operator. the missile is also designed to be integrated into the turrets of mini Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), Unmanned Land Vehicles (ULV), and Unmanned Marine Vehicles (UMV) thanks to its lightweight and small size.

Roketsan set out to develop this system to increase the combat effectiveness of security forces engaging in urban warfare, against threats such as snipers, multiple targets and enemy reinforcements. Weighing approximately 1 kg, the METE can be used on many platforms. The development of the system is continuing. It has a semi-active laser seeker with a strike precision of approximately 1-meter CEP, and a range of 1,000+ meters.

With a mini seeker and a mini control drive system, METE is directed toward the target marked by a laser pointer, providing effective strike power against light structures, unarmoured ground vehicles, unprotected targets such as possible sniper positions, and targets of opportunity.

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