Protector RWS Live Fire – M1126 Stryker & Cougar MRAP on the Range

U.S. Soldiers, assigned to Regimental Engineer Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, during the squadron’s live-fire exercise at the 7th Army Training Command’s Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany.

The Protector RWS (M151 Protector) is a remotely controlled station that can be mounted to vehicles and stationary platforms. It has been in full scale production since December 2001.

The system consists of a stabilized platform, a fire-control system and control grips.

Several versions of Protector have been developed with more than 20,000 units sold around the world in service with 23 countries.

At 03:57 the video also includes an episode with the M153 CROWS II system(another remote system used on armored vehicles and ships) mounted on Cougar MRAP.

Credit: U.S. Army videos by Markus Rauchenberger

Thumbnail Credit: U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Justin A. Naylor

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Derivative works: Military Archive

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45 thoughts on “Protector RWS Live Fire – M1126 Stryker & Cougar MRAP on the Range

  1. U.S. Army, thank you for your valuable film. If you can, can you ask my country to see if my country needs this weapon and equipment to protect our people from the danger from the CCP. Thank you and thank you.

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