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Army Begins Field Testing Remotely Operated Weapon Station on Strykers

The U.S. Army has begun field testing the Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station-Javelin (CROWS-J) atop its Stryker vehicles in Europe, a top official involved with the program said. The 2nd Dragoons, an active-duty Stryker infantry and cavalry regiment, conducted its first CROWS-J live-fire exercise recently, said Col. Thomas Hough, commander of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment. Conducted during a gunnery training event, the CROWS-J tests "were three-for-three … hitting their targets anywhere from 1,200 to 1,500... more


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