The Pauk/Spider is a fifth-generation anti-tank missile family, with highly advanced ground-to-air and air-to-air missiles. Their tactical system can be integrated on aerial, land and coastal platforms as well as fired at targets beyond line of sight (LOS).
Thanks to its powerful tandem shaped charge warhead, capable of penetrating 1000 mm of RHA, the Pauk/Spider missiles can destroy almost any armoured vehicle, including tanks.
The missiles are driven by a two-phase solid-propellant rocket motor, while their infrared imaging seeker provides precise guidance, target detection and tracking, a high accuracy and real-time intelligence. Depending on its type, a Pauk/Spider missile can have the LOBL (Lock-on-Before-Launch) ability and engage targets at a range of up to 11 km. The three members of this missile family — Pauk/Spider, Pauk/Spider H and Pauk/Spider M— have the best technical characteristics for fulfilling the requirements of modern anti-armour combat.