A photo of a Lebanese Hezbolla fighter carrying an Igla-1 (NATO codename SA-16 Gimlet) has been circulating on social media today.
According to knowledgeable sources, the photo was snapped in southern Lebanon.
Although not the most modern MANPAD, the Igla-1 is more capable than older missiles like the Strela-2.
The Igla-1 has a range of 5,000m with a directed-energy blast fragmentation warhead that weighs 1.17kg. The flight speed is rated at 570m/s.
The Igla-1 was introduced into Soviet service in 1981.
— War Analyst (@RealWarAnalyst) April 20, 2017