Guided unitary warhead MLRS in action

Esli sent along (finally!) these screen caps of a GMLRS shot he set up in Iraq a few years ago, showing just how accurate the artillery rocket can be.



The target building was full of mines, and presumably it was safer to blow it in place, rather than try to safe all the old ordnance.

2 thoughts on “Guided unitary warhead MLRS in action”

  1. Fun, but lengthy, day here. You would be surprised how long it takes to get approval for an unplanned target when not actually in contact. Nice secondary boom here. The other building we dropped at the same time goes up in more of a dirt cloud than does this one.

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