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Army Evaluating Advanced Fire Control Optics to Help Non-Infantry Soldiers Shoot Better

Army infantry officials at Fort Benning, Georgia, are testing a handful of advanced fire control optics in an effort to one day help non-combat arms soldiers shoot more accurately against close-quarter and long-range enemy targets. The effort is part of the Army Expeditionary Warfighting Experiments (AEWE) 2020 and will involve soldiers live-firing M4A1 carbines with fire control systems from three companies to see whether they can improve a shooter's probability of hitting targets faster than current Army-issue... more


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Army Evaluating Advanced Fire Control Optics to Help Non-Infantry Soldiers Shoot Better

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