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(NSFW) Hellfire And M777 GPS Guided Artillery Hammer Taliban IED Team

Published 10 months ago

Submitted video reportedly shows the coordinated strike of a Hellfire missile and a GPS-guided 155mm M777 Howitzer round on a Taliban IED emplacement team in Afghanistan's Logar province in 2019.


According to the source, they had been tracking the Taliban fighters over the course of an entire day and watched them scout the intended IED location and place a marker for their return. Later that night, four insurgents began the planting process. It was decided to let them finish up before neutralizing them with the hellfire and a 155mm artillery round.


Coordinated fires are an interesting concept. It requires both firing units to remain in close contact and know the time of flight for for each of their munitions. Depending on the distances to the target, the artillery round may take longer to get there than the hellfire if fired at the same time, so the pilot will have to do the math in advance to know how many seconds he must wait until after the artillery round is fired before firing the hellfire in order for them to reach the target at the same or close to the same time. The results are both impressive and effective as demonstrated by the video.


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Published 10 months ago

Submitted video reportedly shows the coordinated strike of a Hellfire missile and a GPS-guided 155mm M777 Howitzer round on a Taliban IED emplacement team in Afghanistan's Logar province in 2019.


According to the source, they had been tracking the Taliban fighters over the course of an entire day and watched them scout the intended IED location and place a marker for their return. Later that night, four insurgents began the planting process. It was decided to let them finish up before neutralizing them with the hellfire and a 155mm artillery round.


Coordinated fires are an interesting concept. It requires both firing units to remain in close contact and know the time of flight for for each of their munitions. Depending on the distances to the target, the artillery round may take longer to get there than the hellfire if fired at the same time, so the pilot will have to do the math in advance to know how many seconds he must wait until after the artillery round is fired before firing the hellfire in order for them to reach the target at the same or close to the same time. The results are both impressive and effective as demonstrated by the video.


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