Programmed to retaliate: Apache helicopter senses small arms fire, shoots back within seconds

THE MIL & AERO VIDEO BLOG, 4 April 2012. The U.S. Army and Boeing are working together to fit the AH-64D Apache attack helicopter with the WeaponWatch ground-fire-detection system, which senses muzzle flashes from pistols and rifles, and instantly points the Apache's missiles, rockets, and machine gun on the offending shooter, which will make the modern Apache even more lethal, as John Keller reports this week in the Mil & Aero Video Blog.

Programmed to retaliate: Apache helicopter senses small arms fire, shoots back within seconds
Programmed to retaliate: Apache helicopter senses small arms fire, shoots back within seconds

THE MIL & AERO VIDEO BLOG, 4 April 2012. The U.S. Army and Boeing are working together to fit the AH-64D Apache attack helicopter with the WeaponWatch ground-fire-detection system, which senses muzzle flashes from pistols and rifles, and instantly points the Apache's missiles, rockets, and machine gun on the offending shooter, which will make the modern Apache even more lethal, as John Keller reports this week in the Mil & Aero Video Blog.

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