US Army Plans to employ Bradley Fighting Vehicles for targeting enemy Drones and Helicopters

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US_Army_Plans_to_employ_Bradley_Fighting_Vehicles_for_targeting_enemy_Drones_and_Helicopters-300x169 US Army Plans to employ Bradley Fighting Vehicles for targeting enemy Drones and HelicoptersWARREN, Mich :- The U.S. Army is planning to equip the highly advanced technology that ensures efficient mechanism by implementing Bradley Fighting Vehicles with heat-seeking air defense Stinger missiles to provide the military personnel carriers in an improvised ability to track and destroy enemy air threats that include drones, helicopters, and low-flying aircraft.
The Military & Aerospace Electronics takes the responsibility to undertake Bradleys most of current having TOW anti-tank missiles and a land weapon significantly used for attacking enemy armed vehicles, bunkers, or troop formations. Adding Stinger missiles to army vehicles improvises the power and efficiency of attacking that could create better results for the forces in combat by attacking enemy helicopters, drones, and other aircraft.

Currently, TOW missiles typically not used for attacking enemy air threats. By implementing Stinger missiles, they create contrast and infrared-guided surface-to-air weapons with nearly twice the range when compared to previous TOW missiles. Adding Stingers to Bradley adds an excellent advantage for the fighting Vehicles to meet the Army aims efficiently, that secures a networked infantry carrier that is able to maneuver in support of ground infantry while using long-range and high-tech sensors to target and hit the aims.