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Kornet (Kornet-E is export modification) is Russian anti-tank guided missile, also enable to be engaged against slow and low flying aircraft targets, like helicopters. It was developed in 1988-94 as first laser-guided Russian heavy anti-tank missile. The weapon has range of 5500 meters and can penetrate 12 cm armor. During the 2003 invasion of Irag in first week of the war at least two Abrams tanks and one APC Bradley were disabled by Kornet-E. In 2006 Lebanon war Hezbollah destroy four Merkava tanks using Kornet-E ATGM and damage a number of others. Kornet-E was exported in number of countries, like Algeria, Greece, Iran, Jordan, Syria, Libya, Morocco, Peru. It got NATO reporting name AT-14 Spriggan.
This model represent modernized version of AT-14 entered in service in 2012, known as Kornet-EM (Kornet-D in Russian designation). It is able to be engaged against distant targets in a range of 10000 meters. The new system consist of 8 missiles mounted on GAZ 233036 'Tigr' armored car.
The model is real-world scaled and hierarchically linked, all objects and materials use unique corresponding names. The scene contain two missiles, one as packed into launcher and another as launched.