The Small U.S. Weapon That’s Making Life Miserable for Russia in Ukraine
While everyone is talking about Western tanks, Bradleys, and even F-16s, there is a diminutive U.S. weapon system that is having an outsized impact in Eastern Ukraine.
The Remote Anti-Armor Mine System (RAAM) is a devious bit of U.S. kit that allows an army to seed landmines over a large area from a distance.
The key capability here is that these mines are delivered by a 155mm artillery shell from miles away.