US Marines Shooting Down Aircrafts With FIM-92 Stinger - Shooting Against Training Drones
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U.S. Marines conducted a live-fire training with the FIM-92 Stinger against uav (drone) targe on the beacht.
The FIM-92 Stinger is a launch surface to air missile US short-range used to achieve the helicopters or aircraft at low altitude combat. It is like " fire and forget ".
It's a missile tracker infrared designed open land in the United States and used by all the armed services of this country, entered service in 1981. The basic Stinger missile has to date been responsible for 270 vessels demolished confirmed, the first of which one IA 58 Pucara during the Falklands War .
It is manufactured by Raytheon missile systems and licensed by EADS in Germany where it is called Fliegerfaust 2 recalling the first handheld antiaircraft world created by the Germans, the Fliegerfaust . It is also used by the military forces of 29 other countries, there have been about 70,000 missiles.
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