Narwhal 20A (by Nexter) remotely operated naval ship cannon system
Nexter the French Defence company with its Narwhal Naval remote weapon systems is particularly designed for use in light ships with very high manoeuvrability for monitoring and close-in combat actions but may also be suitable for heavier tonnage ships. The effectiveness of the weapon is optimised by a stabilised sight associated with a fire-control system, while improving the operator's safety.
In its basic configuration, the NARWHAL consists of a gyrostabilised mounting armed with a 20 mm cannon, a day camera and a fire-control system which is remotely-contolled from a control panel enabling system operation, target acquisition and tracking and fire opening by the operator
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This is the Marine Corps Silent Drill team and they are amazing to watch. Each service has a unit like this that they use for demonstrations and some ceremonies and occasions. If you ever get a chance to watch one live, go!
I usally dont upload traing films but did it for curiosty of anyone who wants to see how they fire these
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Published on Jul 10, 2013 The X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) demonstrator completed its first carrier-based arrested landing on board USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) off the coast of Virginia July 10.