The firing tests performed for the Anti-tank Missile Launching System that has been integrated by ASELSAN onto the EJDER YALÇIN 4×4 Armoured Combat Vehicle have been completed successfully. Works are now continuing on the improvement, integration and new versions of the Anti-tank Missile Launching System that has been exported to Qatar for the first time aboard Nurol Makina’s NMS 4×4 vehicle, and which have now entered the inventory of the country’s land forces. Designed to minimise operator interaction, the system features a computerised fire control system, and thanks to its modular structure, the system is able to fire such anti-tank guided missiles as Kornet, Hellfire, Javelin, Shershen and MRAWS from the turret. Depending on the selected missile guidance system, the turret can be equipped with an RF or laser designator. The number of missiles can also be altered according to operator demands. In addition to the missiles, the system can also be integrated with a 7.62 or 12.7 mm machine gun, as well as a 25 mm gun for close defence. ASELSAN assessed the performance of the Anti-tank Missile Launching System on an armoured, EJDER YALÇIN 4×4 Armoured Combat Vehicle, with firing tests carried out at Konya Karapınar test range. The system hit its targets effectively, concluding a successful round of testing. Images of the firing tests were shared at the Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition and Conference (DIMTEX 2018) organised in Qatar that included both EJDER YALÇIN and Anti-tank Missile Launching System into its inventory. The new design of the Anti-tank Missile Launching System was exhibited on the stand of BARQ (lightening) partnership established between ASELSAN’s , Savunma Sanayi Teknolojileri A.Ş. and Barzan Holding, affiliated to the Qatari Ministry of Defence, accompanied by images of the firing test. The new Anti-tank Missile Launching System on display at the exhibition featured a machine gun with an anti-tank missile launcher on either side.