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What does CROWS stand for?

CROWS stands for Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station

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In addition, some M1114 and M1116 up-armored and M1117 Armored Security Vehicle models feature a Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station (CROWS), which allows the gunner to operate from inside the vehicle, and/or the Boomerang anti-sniper detection system.
In 2000 the US Army selected the Recon Optical Raven R-400 proposal for its Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station (Crows) project for a lightweight system which could be mounted on Hummers and other wheeled tactical vehicles for use by special forces, military police, infantry and transport units.
The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Stations (CROWS) provide crews the ability to locate, identify, and engage targets with better accuracy and improved range, while keeping the gunner inside, protected by the vehicle's up-armor.
The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station, a remotely operated weapon mounted on top of a vehicle and controlled from a command center within it, has become a safer means for soldiers to patrol main and alternate supply routes, providing security and searching for improvised explosive devices (IEDs) "The primary purpose of the CROWS is to get the gunner out of the turret, where he is exposed to enemy fire and fragmentation, and get him down inside the vehicle for protection," said Sgt.