TMA-5 mine

The TMA-5 and TMA-5A are rectangular plastic cased Yugoslavian minimum metal anti-tank blast mines. The mine's top surface has a single circular threaded fuze cap in the center, covering the fuze well. Additionally there is a small compartment for storing the fuze when disarmed. The corners of the mine have small posts to permit stacking of the mine. Although the mine does not have a secondary fuze well, it could easily be fitted with an improvised one in the field. The mine uses a single black plastic UANU-1 fuze.

The most obvious difference between the TMA-5 and the TMA-5A is that the TMA-5 uses a rope carry handle, and the TMA-5A uses a webbing carry handle.

The mine is found in Afghanistan, Albania, Angola, Bosnia, Chad, Croatia, Kosovo, Lebanon, and Namibia.

Country Name Origin Year
Yugoslavia (Serbia) 1950
Country Name Operational Year Retirement Year
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  • Length: 300 mm
  • Width: 275 mm
  • Height: 110 mm
  • Weight: 6.6 kg
  • Explosive content: 5.5 kg of TNT
  • Operating pressure: 100 to 300 kg

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