|Type||High-Explosive Anti-Tank landmine|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Filling weight||853 g|
A trigger cable was laid across a road, when enough pressure was applied to the trigger cable two conductors inside the cable were forced together closing a circuit. The trigger cable consisted of two segments, requiring simultaneous pressure on both segments to trigger the mine. For wheeled vehicles, the cable was laid directly across the road so that wheels on both sides of the vehicle would touch the cable at the same instance, while for tracked vehicles the cable was laid at an angle of fifteen degrees to prevent the cable slipping between the treads on the tracks.
The rocket had a maximum effective range of about 30 meters beyond which it became too inaccurate to reliably strike the target.
The mine is long out of production and no longer in US service. The mine has possibly been used in Angola.