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It thus stands to reason that in terms of submarkets, it is C3, sensors, and computer, power and control systems that will experience significant growth during the period, while the remote weapon stations and vehicle protection systems remain at similar levels.
The TALON was fired from a LAU-68 launcher fitted to L-3's Advanced Remote Weapon Station, using the company's OoNoE 360(TM) situational awareness imaging system, and Sonoma 1205MD(TM) turret for laser designation.
The Raytheon Company and Lockheed Martin Javelin Joint Venture recently fired a Javelin missile from a remote weapon station integrated onto a wheeled vehicle at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama.
Other recent aluminum casting contracts include hand controllers for remote weapon stations, tone arms for audiophile hi-fi turntables, print heads for food labeling machines, safety lights for the offshore oil industry and gearbox cases for stair-lifts.
Stand by to fire all remote weapon stations," replies Bravo Two.
For example, some Stryker gunners like to use rubber bands to hold in the trigger on the remote weapon station (RWS) handle.
Remote Weapon Station Hands-on maintenance and operational Training (RWS) training to include live-fire exercises with the RWS for both MK-19 and M2.
Don Sando, Training and Doctrine Command system manager, said some of the mid-term improvements include changes to the remote weapon station, day and night optics, laser rangefinder on the infantry carrier vehicle, and some of the other variants.