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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

The Marine Corps is looking for a single device to control thermal sights, lasers and other battlefield devices | Marine Corps Times

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It seems like the available space on Marine rifles every year gets smaller and smaller as more mountable optics, thermals, lasers and weapon sights are added.

In 2018, the Corps started dishing out new rifle mountable laser rangefinders to add to the Corps’ collection of battlefield management tools — now the Corps wants to help Marines control all that tech.

According to Marine spokesman Maj. Ken Kunze the Corps is testing prototypes of a rifle accessory control unit, or RACU, under a foreign test program that allows the U.S. military to look at defense tech of allied partners.

Source: The Marine Corps is looking for a single device to control thermal sights, lasers and other battlefield devices | Marine Corps Times

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