The BILL 2 anti-tank missile system is designed to destroy stationary
and moving targets at ranges up to 2,200 m' using top-attack
by a downward aimed shaped charge triggered by the target's
magnetic and thermal signature. The wire guided semi-automatic
command to line-of-sight (SACLOS) guided missile is claimed
to be immune to jamming.
is the first export order of the BILL 2 missile, it confirms
our world leading position in the area of man portable antitank
weapons" Anders Florenius, Communication Director for Saab
Bofors Dynamics told Defense Update. Saab's top-attack anti-tank
missile has been fielded sofar only with the Swedish Army. Its
BILL 1 is used by the Swedish, Austrian and Brazilian land forces.
Both orders represent a total value of one billion Swedish krona
(SEK - about US$156 million).
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