Enemy has nowhere to hide from soldier weapon that shoots around corners: the Mil & Aero video blog

Video blog, 5 April 2011. The U.S. Army is ready to start production of the ATK XM25 infantry weapon, which essentially can shoot around corners to attack the enemy hiding under cover. This weapon actually shoots a precision-guided grenade programmed to explode in the enemy's face, as Military & Aerospace Electronics Chief Editor John Keller reports this week in the Mil & Aero Video Blog.

Apr 5th, 2011

Video blog, 5 April 2011. The U.S. Army is ready to start production of the ATK XM25 infantry weapon, which essentially can shoot around corners to attack the enemy hiding under cover. This weapon actually shoots a precision-guided grenade programmed to explode in the enemy's face, as Military & Aerospace Electronics Chief Editor John Keller reports this week in the Mil & Aero Video Blog.

For more on developments that lead to this infantry weapon that shoots around corners, see:

-- New small arms weapon helps soldiers shoot around corners;

-- Army aims for infantry rifle with electronic fire control; and

-- PEO Soldier releases new ATK XM25 Counter Defilade Target Engagement (CDTE) System 25mm airburst grenade launcher promotional video.

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