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Sigma KEE - RPG

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(documentation RPG EnglishLanguage "A (RPG) is a hand-held, shoulder-launched anti-tank weapon capable of firing an unguided rocket equipped with an explosive warhead. Most modern main battle tanks (MBTs) are largely immune to unguided anti-tank weapons due to advances in armor design requiring more precise aiming to hit weak spots. RPGs, however, are still used very effectively against light-skinned vehicles such as armored personnel carriers (APCs) or unarmored wheeled vehicles, as well as against buildings and bunkers. They can still be a threat to an MBT under certain tactical conditions (see below). RPG is the Russian acronym of Ruchnoy Protivotankovy Granatomyot and is translated into English as handheld antitank grenade-launcher. The commonly used term rocket-propelled grenade is a mistranslation, backformed from the acronym RPG and does not follow correct naming conventions used by English speaking militaries to describe these weapons. (from Wikipedia)") MilitaryDevices.kif 1302-1315
(externalImage RPG " small_arms/ guns_5/ RPG_7.png") pictureList.kif 682-682
(subclass RPG AntiArmorWeapon) MilitaryDevices.kif 1300-1300
(subclass RPG Rocket) MilitaryDevices.kif 1301-1301

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(termFormat ChineseLanguage RPG "RPG") domainEnglishFormat.kif 50552-50552
(termFormat ChineseTraditionalLanguage RPG "RPG") domainEnglishFormat.kif 50551-50551
(termFormat EnglishLanguage RPG "RPG") domainEnglishFormat.kif 50550-50550
(termFormat EnglishLanguage RPG "handheld anti-tank grenade launcher") MilitaryDevices.kif 2074-2074

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