What classifies as a HAT weapon system? - Policy - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)




What classifies as a HAT weapon system?
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Current Version (166 days ago)

Policy
FM/BP-120.V1.02 - What classifies as a HAT weapon system?
Policy

A heavy anti-tank weapon system is an anti-tank weapon that meets the following criteria:

  • Is scoped
  • Is guided
  • Is re-loadable (in most cases)
  • Often has multiple round types for a variety of uses
AT Specialist (Heavy) prepares to fire the FGM-148 Javelin Missile

Above: AT Specialist (Heavy) prepares to fire the FGM-148 Javelin Missile

Published by Maj James on 12/12/2023 at 19:37

Previous Versions

Policy
FM/BP-120.V1.01 - What classifies as a HAT weapon system?
Policy

A heavy anti-tank weapon system is an anti-tank weapon that meets the following criteria:

  • Is scoped
  • Is guided
  • Is re-loadable (in most cases)
  • Often has multiple round types for a variety of uses
Published by 1Lt WhiteWolf on 22/11/2023 at 17:53
Policy
FM/BP-120.V1.00 - What classifies as a HAT weapon system?
Policy

A heavy anti-tank weapon system is an anti-tank weapon that meets the following criteria:

  • Is scoped
  • Is guided
  • Is re-loadable
  • Often has multiple round types for a variety of uses
Published by 1Lt WhiteWolf on 22/11/2023 at 17:53

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