The NLAW anti-tank system has attracted plenty of praise in recent months. Short for next-generation Light Anti-Tank Weapon this shoulder-fired guided-missile system is so simple and it can be used effectively by soldiers with minimum training. Its ability to stop main battle tanks dead in their trucks anywhere from 20 to 800 meters has made headlines around the planet. But there is also been a degree of confusion. Some people refer to NLAW as a British system. Others say it is a Saab system. So where exactly does NLAW come from? What are the features that make it so effective? And how do soldiers use NLAW in the field? The below video brings answers to these questions. And also lots of detailed information about the NLAW.