The World's Most Accurate Medium-Caliber Combat System

Keeter, Hunter
November 2002
Sea Power;Nov2002, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p30
Reports on the MK46 weapon station built by General Dynamics Corp. for installation on the advanced amphibious assault vehicles and landing platform dock ships of the U.S. Marine Corps. Field testing of the weapons system; Selection of the system by the U.S. Navy; Other countries interested in the weapons systems; Ammunition used by the system.


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