The U.S. Army wants to have every company in Iraq and Afghanistan equipped with an eight- to 10-story tower installed with cameras, electro-optical/infrared sensors and radar for combat area surveillance by the end of next year.
“By the end of 2009, we will have everyone fielded. CENTCOM has determined that this is their No. 2 priority, right behind MRAP,” or Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, said Maj. Dave Buffaloe, who directs anti-roadside-bomb training for the Army Asymmetric Warfare Office. For more detail on this, click here and return back to comment.
The U.S. Army wants to have every company in Iraq and Afghanistan equipped with an…
by Tactical-Life.com / May 21, 2008