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Estonian robot fires Javelin missile using Norwegian remote launcher

Estonian robot fires Javelin missile using Norwegian remote launcher
LONDON — A Raytheon and Lockheed Martin team fired a Javelin missile using a Kongsberg remote launcher on an unmanned ground vehicle, amid an effort by the U.S. Army to determine when and how it will use armed ground robots on the battlefield.

The Titan UGV was built by Qinetiq North America and Estonian company Milrem Robotics.

The mid-June demonstration at the Redstone Arsenal Test Center in Alabama validated the capability, Raytheon’s Brad Fribbs told Defense News in an interview the DSEI defense conference.

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