System to Counter Fast Attack Boats

New System to Counter Fast Attack Boats
Small boats used by terrorists or pirates and even armies can pose a major threat, and being able to confront them is vital for all defense platforms. The British Royal Navy has awarded a contract to QinetiQ for the introduction of a training variant of the company’s Pointer system to help optimize anti-surface warfare (ASW) training.
The five-year contract is intended to help boost the effectiveness of ASW training on a wide range of weapon systems.
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Source: i-hls.com

IRGC Navy fast boats, via Wikipedia.
IRGC Navy fast boats, via Wikipedia.

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