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Portable Anti-X Missile UOR

Project Type

Project New


The current TOW ITAS is obsolete and ineffective to be deployed into Operation REASSURANCE in Latvia. A modern soldier-portable missile system capable of defeating any Main Battle Tank (MBT) faced in operations was deemed essential for NATO credibility and mission success.


The PAXM project will procure a minimum of 20 firing posts, 160 missiles, load carriage equipment and 6 Combat Training Simulators as well as ancillary equipment, spare parts, and training.

Funding Range

$50 million to $99 million

Anticipated Timeline (Fiscal Year)

Options Analysis Phase
Definition Phase
In Progress
Start Implementation
Initial Delivery
Final Delivery

Defence Capability Areas

Defence Capability Investment Areas

Key Industrial Capabilities

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