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A new Marine Corps ‘ anti-drone system was responsible for the destruction of an Iranian drone, the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday.
The Marine Corps’ Light Navy, Air Defense Integrated System (LMADIS is jammed by the Iranian drone that is the Trumpet to the management and said it flew within 1000 yards of any U.S. Navy warship, a defense official told Military.com.
The military’s website, reports that the California-based 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, which is about 2,200 us Marines deployed to the Middle East, with the LMADIS.
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The image above shows the Marine Corps’ Light, Marine, Air-Defense System.
The LMADIS reportedly uses radar and cameras to scan the sky to detect the presence of and discriminate between friendly and hostile systems.
If a threat is located, it harnesses radio frequencies to jam the drone, C4ISR, it has been reported.
The system has been installed at the MRZR, all-terrain vehicles and are typically used on the floor, but more recently, the Navy has chosen not to take the test on the ship.
“The U.S. reserves to itself the right to defend personnel, facilities, and interests,” President’s Home last week, she said, adding that Iran’s action was a “hostile” and a threat to the safety and security of the American ship and its crew.
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It is a light navy, air defense integrated system on-board the USS Kearsarge in January.
(U.s. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Tawanya Norwood/Released)
According to the Military.com Marine Corps imagery showed the North Carolina-based 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit, is also used in the LMADIS to the amphibious assault ship Kearsarge during a transit through the Suez Canal.
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