INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT AND WEAPONS: Product Manager Crew Served Weapons (PM CSW)

October 2009
Army Magazine;Oct2009, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p384
The article offers information on several military equipments. The XM806 light weight .50-caliber machine gun is a next-generation weapon that can fire all kinds of .50 caliber ammunition. The M249 5.56 millimeter Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) offers automatic rifle and light machine gun-capabilities for infantry squads and serves as a light machine gun for combat service support units. The MK19 40 millimeter Grenade Machine Gun (GMG) plays offensive and defensive roles in the battlefield.


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