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1) Nazir rocket launcher (robot) (Persian: ربات موشک‌انداز نذیر) is an armed robot,[1][2][3][4] made by Islamic Republic of Iran Army Ground Forces, unveiled on 12 September 2015. This remote-controlled missile launcher is capable to carry two missiles and approximately 600 kg of cargo; it also can perform missions based on instant planning/control.[5][6][7][8]

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The operating radius of this unmanned armed robot in the first phase is about 2 km. This UGV which possesses radio-guided capabilities, has a range of about 4 kilometers and is able to carry out its duty unexpectedly at air/ground operational levels.[9][10][11][12][13]

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  1. Features and image of "Nazir" rocket launcher robot rajanews.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  2. ^ Iranian defense industry unveils Nazir Nazeer UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicle armed with missile armyrecognition.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  3. ^ Nazir armed robot defapress.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  4. ^ Nazir Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) globalsecurity.org, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  5. ^ Features and image of "Nazir" rocket launcher robot farsnews.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  6. ^ Nazir unmanned robot officially launched + Features tasnimnews.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  7. ^ Iranian Unmanned Ground Vehicle popsci.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  8. ^ Nazir rocket launcher robot unveiled + photo yjc.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  9. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher irna.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  10. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher jamejamonline.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  11. ^ Photo / Army rocket launcher in the parade mashreghnews.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  12. ^ Nazir Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) globalsecurity.org, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  13. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher alalamtv.net, Retrieved 11 February 2021
 

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Suocide robots
These small robots can carry small amount of explosives, almost invisible to enemy forces. They are light weight hnece can be carried by land forces easily. These robots can be guided by small UAVs.

These small suicide robots cannot destroy highly protected tanks but are capable of paralyzing them for short period of time. It also can hit soldiers hiding around tanks.

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Video link of its detonation

 

Muhammed45

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1) Nazir rocket launcher (robot) (Persian: ربات موشک‌انداز نذیر) is an armed robot,[1][2][3][4] made by Islamic Republic of Iran Army Ground Forces, unveiled on 12 September 2015. This remote-controlled missile launcher is capable to carry two missiles and approximately 600 kg of cargo; it also can perform missions based on instant planning/control.[5][6][7][8]

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The operating radius of this unmanned armed robot in the first phase is about 2 km. This UGV which possesses radio-guided capabilities, has a range of about 4 kilometers and is able to carry out its duty unexpectedly at air/ground operational levels.[9][10][11][12][13]

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  1. Features and image of "Nazir" rocket launcher robot rajanews.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  2. ^ Iranian defense industry unveils Nazir Nazeer UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicle armed with missile armyrecognition.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  3. ^ Nazir armed robot defapress.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  4. ^ Nazir Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) globalsecurity.org, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  5. ^ Features and image of "Nazir" rocket launcher robot farsnews.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  6. ^ Nazir unmanned robot officially launched + Features tasnimnews.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  7. ^ Iranian Unmanned Ground Vehicle popsci.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  8. ^ Nazir rocket launcher robot unveiled + photo yjc.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  9. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher irna.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  10. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher jamejamonline.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  11. ^ Photo / Army rocket launcher in the parade mashreghnews.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  12. ^ Nazir Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) globalsecurity.org, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  13. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher alalamtv.net, Retrieved 11 February 2021
Russian UGV

 

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1) Nazir rocket launcher (robot) (Persian: ربات موشک‌انداز نذیر) is an armed robot,[1][2][3][4] made by Islamic Republic of Iran Army Ground Forces, unveiled on 12 September 2015. This remote-controlled missile launcher is capable to carry two missiles and approximately 600 kg of cargo; it also can perform missions based on instant planning/control.[5][6][7][8]

View attachment 914821
The operating radius of this unmanned armed robot in the first phase is about 2 km. This UGV which possesses radio-guided capabilities, has a range of about 4 kilometers and is able to carry out its duty unexpectedly at air/ground operational levels.[9][10][11][12][13]

View attachment 914822

  1. Features and image of "Nazir" rocket launcher robot rajanews.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  2. ^ Iranian defense industry unveils Nazir Nazeer UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicle armed with missile armyrecognition.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  3. ^ Nazir armed robot defapress.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  4. ^ Nazir Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) globalsecurity.org, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  5. ^ Features and image of "Nazir" rocket launcher robot farsnews.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  6. ^ Nazir unmanned robot officially launched + Features tasnimnews.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  7. ^ Iranian Unmanned Ground Vehicle popsci.com, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  8. ^ Nazir rocket launcher robot unveiled + photo yjc.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  9. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher irna.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  10. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher jamejamonline.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  11. ^ Photo / Army rocket launcher in the parade mashreghnews.ir, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  12. ^ Nazir Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) globalsecurity.org, Retrieved 11 February 2021
  13. ^ The army showed off its rocket launcher alalamtv.net, Retrieved 11 February 2021
oh my god please delete this before embarrassing yourself anymore.

No way in hell those puny rockets are going through a modern main battle tank. There's no way this thing is even coming near a tank in the first place.
 
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oh my god please delete this before embarrassing yourself anymore.

No way in hell those puny rockets are going through a modern main battle tank. There's no way this thing is even coming near a tank in the first place.
Aren't you the same person claiming that NATO's radars in Turkey works only in one direction? You are a complete idiot when it comes to military analysis.

What makes you think that the 2 unguided RPG cannot be replaced by one ATGM like Kornet variant?
 

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Smart solutions, but the missile on top of the UGV looks more like MANPAD and less like an ATGM.
The first image in the first post is a manpad. That's true, in an other scene it was carrying 2 RPGs.

As mentioned in wikipedia, this small UGV can carry a cargo pf 600 Kg. This is Kornet specs
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If the space of its internal weapons bays allows this UGV, itd be able to carry 2 Kornet ATGMs.

Most important question in ground battle between 2 land vehicles is that which can observe its opponent first and before being exposed? In this regard, the height and also heat signature of the vehicle is of most important factors. This small UGV can be considered as an invisible platform to the advanced tanks of west. It truly is hard to defeat an Abrams in MBT vs MBT scenario. Tge Russian Uran-9 UGV is too big for an stealth UGV.
 

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The first image in the first post is a manpad. That's true, in an other scene it was carrying 2 RPGs.

As mentioned in wikipedia, this small UGV can carry a cargo pf 600 Kg. This is Kornet specs
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If the space of its internal weapons bays allows this UGV, itd be able to carry 2 Kornet ATGMs.

Most important question in ground battle between 2 land vehicles is that which can observe its opponent first and before being exposed? In this regard, the height and also heat signature of the vehicle is of most important factors. This small UGV can be considered as an invisible platform to the advanced tanks of west. It truly is hard to defeat an Abrams in MBT vs MBT scenario. Tge Russian Uran-9 UGV is too big for an stealth UGV.

Even if it cannot defeat the armor of the tank, it can surely cripple them. Abrams run on turbine engines, and has huge IR signature, someone hits the engine and the tank will be crippled in the middle of a battlefield.

Even India is working on similar types of solution, one is being imported and two homegrown solutions.
 

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Even if it cannot defeat the armor of the tank, it can surely cripple them. Abrams run on turbine engines, and has huge IR signature, someone hits the engine and the tank will be crippled in the middle of a battlefield.

Even India is working on similar types of solution, one is being imported and two homegrown solutions.
I think that the armor of Abrams is a bit exaggerated. When Yemenis crippled Abrams, Americans were quick to make excuses such as the Saudi version lacked depleted Uranium armor and other classified materials, also the CBRN protection system.

I don't believe it, but even if they were right, the Yemeni experience tells me that Abrams is not undefeatable. Let's wait and see if Americans say the same about Ukrainian Abrams too.
 

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I think that the armor of Abrams is a bit exaggerated. When Yemenis crippled Abrams, Americans were quick to make excuses such as the Saudi version lacked depleted Uranium armor and other classified materials, also the CBRN protection system.

I don't believe it, but even if they were right, the Yemeni experience tells me that Abrams is not undefeatable. Let's wait and see if Americans say the same about Ukrainian Abrams too.

The number of tanks west is sending laughable, and probably all will be taken out in the first week itself.
 

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