Bumbar (Bumblebee) ATGM
The Bumbar (Bumblebee) is a Yugoslavian ATGM based on the French Eryx, but is a significant improvement of that weapon. The missile features a soft-launch capability; it has an ejection charge that kicks the missile clear of the tube, and then starts the motor. This results in a low backblast (similar to Davis Countershot weapons) and little firing signature. The weapon has excellent counter-jamming abilities and is not likely to be decoyed (two levels harder). Development and production of the Bumbar appears to have stopped in the wake of the breakup of Yugoslavia; its status is now unknown.
Maljutka-1 and Maljutka-2 ATGM
This Yugoslavian ATGM is a development and improvement of the Russian AT-3 Sagger, and in fact the name "Maljutka" is simply the Yugoslavian version of the Russian name of the Sagger, "Malyutka." Improvements include a better guidance system and a standoff probe to provide better effect for its warhead. Up to four missiles may be connected to one guidance unit, but only one missile may be controlled at a time. The Maljutka-1 launcher is not very different from the standard AT-3 Sagger launcher; the Maljutka-2’s launcher is more advanced. The Maljutka-1 may only fire the Maljutka-1 missile, while the Maljutka-2 launcher may fire either missile.