The launches were conducted in conditions close to combat ones Photo from facebook.com kbluchua State-run enterprise Luch Design Bureau (Kyiv), which is part of the state concern Ukroboronprom, has successfully conducted the final testing of the latest batch of modern anti-tank guided missiles that were manufactured at the request of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. "The Ukrainian military picked up several missiles from the batch that was ready for delivery to the Armed Forces and conducted real launches in conditions close to combat," the bureau said on Facebook. Read alsoFirst batch of Ukraine-made Corsar anti-tank missile launchers delivered to Ukrainian army The missiles were launched with the use of the Korsar and Stugna-P systems, which successfully fulfilled their tasks and confirmed the high level of reliability and excellent performance of the new anti-tank guided missiles that will soon be delivered to the Ukrainian army. The equipment is expected to bolster the Ukrainian army&#39;s defense capability. Photo from facebook.com kbluchua UNIAN memo. The Luch Design Bureau manufactures precision weapons and ammunition, in particular, the Stugna and Korsar (Corsar) anti-tank systems and the Falarick and Combat anti-tank guided missiles.