U.S. Army-Developed Counter-UAS Launcher Fires Stinger

The U.S. Army has begun firing different missile interceptors from a ground launcher designed by the service itself under what it says is “the first development of a major acquisition program by the organic government industrial base in 30 years.” A Raytheon FIM-92 Stinger heat-seeking surface-to...

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