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ASM-2 Martin Pescador

Country of Origin: Argentina


The Martin Pescador was a short- to medium-range air-to-surface missile (ASM) that could be launched from fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. The missile was guided by radio command; three flares were fitted in the rear of the weapon to aid tracking.

The missile had a thin cylindrical body with a slender, pointed nose, rear cruciform wings and forward cruciform canard control surfaces.


No longer in service.

Initial operational capability (IOC) was attained in early 1979. The...

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