The Popeye missile is capable of engaging targets at extended ranges with high precision, making it suitable for both tactical and strategic targets.

The Popeye missile comes in various variants, including versions with different warhead options and guidance systems tailored to specific mission requirements.

It is equipped with advanced guidance systems, including GPS/INS (Global Positioning System/Inertial Navigation System) and electro-optical or imaging infrared seekers for precision targeting.

The Popeye missile can be employed in all weather conditions, ensuring operational flexibility and reliability even in adverse environments.

Some variants of the Popeye missile feature adaptive warheads that can penetrate hardened targets, such as bunkers and underground facilities, before detonating for maximum effect.

The Popeye missile can be launched from a variety of aircraft platforms, including fighter jets, bombers providing versatility in mission planning and execution.

Popeye missiles feature data link connectivity, allowing for real-time retargeting and mission updates, enhancing operational flexibility and responsiveness.

The Popeye missile has been used in combat operations by the Israeli Air Force and other air forces, demonstrating its effectiveness and reliability in real-world scenarios.

The Popeye missile has been exported to several countries worldwide, attesting to its reputation for reliability, performance, and advanced capabilities in precision strike missions.