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  • A rotary-wing [[unmanned aerial vehicle]], the '''MQ-8 Fire Scout''' provides surveillance, targeting, communications relay and unmanned log | url = http://www.is.northropgrumman.com/systems/mq8bfirescout_army.html
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/MQ-8 Fire Scout]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • #REDIRECT [[MQ-8 Fire Scout]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[MQ-8 Fire Scout]]
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  • {{r|MQ-1 Predator}} {{r|MQ-2 Pioneer}}
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  • A rotary-wing [[unmanned aerial vehicle]], the '''MQ-8 Fire Scout''' provides surveillance, targeting, communications relay and unmanned log | url = http://www.is.northropgrumman.com/systems/mq8bfirescout_army.html
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  • ...The systems continue technical evolution, and, in August 2005, an upgrade Fire Control Radar Electronics Unit (REU) as part of the US Army's Apache Longbo The REU has more expansion capability, including the [[MQ-8]] Army Fire Scout unmanned helicopter, which is the [[Future Combat Systems]] (FCS) Class IV
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  • {{r|AGM-114 Hellfire}} {{r|MQ-8 Fire Scout}}
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  • ...4 Apache]] attack helicopters, [[ARH-70 Arapaho]] scout helicopters, and [[MQ-1C Skywarrior]] [[unmanned aerial vehicle]]s (UAV) and MH-60R/S Seahawk h ...et]] aircraft, and possibly the [[F-35 Joint Strike Fighter]], [[MQ-8 Fire Scout]] and A160 Hummingbird UAVs, and some armed [[C-130]] aircraft
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  • {{r|MQ-8 Fire Scout}}
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  • Reconnaissance Troop soldiers can use the Long-Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System (LRAS3) for general surveillance, as well as detecting | title = Long-Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System
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  • ...[[Stryker Brigade Combat Team]]. The RSV finds the enemy and guides NLOS fires onto it. ...lly provides Line of Sight (LOS) and Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS) offensive firepower capability allowing BCTs to close with and destroy enemy forces. It di
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  • | Fires brigade ...er they will have once in place. Offensive power is now seen as more than "firepower" or "kinetic operations", but builds in [[information operations]] inc
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  • ...er|N203]] or [[M320 grenade launcher]] can also be attached for additional firepower. Some soldiers whose duties require a more compact weapon, such as co ...matic Weapon (SAW)]] light machine-gun, to provide suppressive fire at the fire-team level,<ref name="U.S. Army Fact Files: M-249">{{cite web |url=http://w
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