The plan includes sending Javelin anti-tank missile systems, and possibly anti-aircraft and other weapons systems.
Once the soldier has locked onto a target using the infrared guided system, he or she simply squeezes the trigger and then can take cover, according to the National Interest, because it’s a fire-and-forget system. This means the operator doesn’t have to make any adjustments to the missile flight after firing — as they do with most long-range systems.
Ultimately, it’s ” one of the premier portable anti-tank missile systems in the world,” the National Interest said.
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