The are the 5 Most Fearsome Chadian Weapons of War Nigeria Should Fear.

The MiG-29 Fulcrum is a twin engined air superiority fighter and the backbone of the Chadian Air Force. As of this writing there are nine MiG-29’s in service with the Chadian Air Force, although two were lost recently in early 2017 due to a storm. The MiG-29 can out climb and out fly any comparative strike aircraft in the region.

A Chadian Air Force MiG-29 taxies for take off.

A MiG-29 damaged in its aircraft hanger after a storm.

FIM-29 Stinger.

The stinger uses an infrared seeker and heat signature to find and hit moving targets. This missile is particularly deadly because of its mobility and versatility. In can be mounted on a vehicle and even helicopters and comes with a proximity fuse.It has an ability to attack both soft and hard targets; it can penetrate and then detonate or detonate immediately upon impact.

BGM-71 TOW

The BGM-71 TOW is Chad’s answer to Nigeria’s massive tank force and high calibre cannons. This optically tracked and wire guided anti tank missile gives Chad the an unparalleled ability to destroy Nigerian Tanks from standoff distances.

To put this into perspective watch a BGM-71 TOW take out a Russian built ZSU-23-4 Shilka AA Gun.




SA-6 Gainful surface to air missile.

The SA-6 is a tracked mobile medium range surface to air missile system. It can aquire and track targets at 75 km and fire semi active radar homing missiles with a top speed of Mach 2.8 to an altitude of 46,000 ft.

MILAN anti-tank missile.

The MILAN is a French made anti-tank guided missile.

Optical sight of the MILAN -2 anti tank missile.

SU-25 Frogfoot.

This heavily armed fighter was built for close air support in mind. Ever thing fro the pilots headrest to the canopy to the engine nozzles to the fuselage is heavily armoured with titanium sheets. Comparable to the American A-10 the SU-25 Frogfoot is built with close air support for troops in mind.

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