The FROG-7 is the final version of the FROG family of unguided, spin-stabilized, short-range artillery rockets. The name “FROG” comes from then NATO designation of Free-Rocket-Over-Ground. The FROG-7 missiles were mounted on the ZIL-135 8x8 army truck. The FROG-7 (A or B model) has a range up to 70km and a CEP (circular error probable) between 500m and 700m. The road mobile rocket has a 550 kg warhead and is capable of delivering high explosive, nuclear, or chemical warheads. The FROG-7 was first introduced in 1965. The FROG-7 was extensively deployed throughout the many Soviet satellite states. The rocket has been extensively exported and is now in the possession of a large number of countries. After the war with Iran, Iraq modified its stock of Frog-7s by extending their range to 90km and fitting a subammunition warhead. The rocket was renamed Laith-90.