Cyrus the great wrote:
That's a very good and detailed write up.
A range of different anti-armour tools at Russia's disposal is impressive.
The reason I think that a top attack Kornet variant is important is because modern tanks can't be destroyed from the front -- limiting operational options; I understand that tanks would ideally be attacked from the sides.
There's about a tiny handful of the newest MBT models that can maybe take a Kornet even at their most protected turret front. And they aren't serving in numbers that you can encounter them in the wild. Everything else, gets holed front to back.