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Last seen on: New York Times Crossword 1 Jul 17, Saturday
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Missile Moyenne Portée is a French man-portable anti-tank guided missile. It is developed by MBDA Missile Systems and is intended as a replacement for their MILAN, which has been sold worldwide.
The MMP programme originated in 2009 to develop a successor to MBDA’s forty-year old MILAN. This was particularly in response to a French Urgent Operational Requirement of 2010 which had led to the purchase of the US-made Javelin, rather than MILAN. The UK, previously a major user of MILAN, had also converted from MILAN to Javelin.
The development programme has been funded privately by MBDA, and is scheduled to be completed by 2017.
In December 2013, an order was placed by the French DGA to equip the French Army as of 2017.
Testing began in 2014, with warhead tests against MBT armour and then in April launches in a test tunnel to confirm missile safety for its launch crew. MMP was displayed at Eurosatory 2014.
The MMP was designed to overcome some of MILAN’s limitations in the context of small-scale and counter-insurgency operations post-2000, rather than the Cold War tank war of the original MILAN requirement. In theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan, man-portable missile were often used against strongpoints and improvised armour within populated areas. Reducing collateral damage to nearby civilians became a major political factor in such campaigns.
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