A 5th Generation, Network-Enabled, Anti-Tank Guided Missile System featuring advanced guidance systems such as Infrared homing and Television guidance.

This anti-tank system allows the missile to accurately target and penetrate 1,000 mm of Rolled Homogeneous Armor (RHA) or 2,000 mm of concrete.

The Akeron MP, developed by MBDA France, serves as a successor to both the MILAN and FGM-148 Javelin. It entered active service with the French military in 2017.

This advanced system is tailored for dismounted infantry use and can be seamlessly integrated into combat vehicles or small-sized boats for sea-launched operations, boasting a firing range of up to 5 km.

The Akeron MP boasts versatile capabilities, including fire-and-forget and command guidance modes. It integrates third-party target designation for indirect firing scenarios, with a lock-on after-launch capability suitable for non-line-of-sight (NLOS) applications.

For direct fires, the seeker automatically correlates with firing post images, simplifying lock-on. It includes a GPS receiver, compass, and optional laser range finder for net-centricity and target coordination through tactical data links.

Equipped with a SAAB-designed HEAT warhead, the MMP weighs just over two kilograms (4.4 lb). Its 115 mm caliber multipurpose warhead features a tandem charge with two modes.

As of 2017, reports indicate that nearly 400+ launchers and 2,850 missiles have been procured for the French Armed Forces.

The missile is propelled by a solid-fuel rocket motor featuring a two-phase thrust mechanism for rapid acceleration, ensuring sustained high velocity during flight.

Designed for long-range engagements to minimize interception risk by enemy defenses, the missile has a range of 4 km (4,400 yd) per French requirements. In May 2018, two test firings successfully hit targets at 5 km (5,500 yd).