STORM-SLX Precision Rangefinder reaches delivery milestone with US Army
L3 Harris has delivered it 3,000th STORM-SLX Precision Rangefinder to the US Army, as part of a $215 million contract awarded in 2019.
The tactical optical rifle-mounted device is the smallest laser rangefinder used by the US military.
Lynn Bollengier, president of integrated vision solutions at L3 Harris, said: ‘Our STORM portfolio has supported the US Army for more than 15 years, enabling the dismounted solider to locate and engage targets.’
Since 2005, L3 Harris has delivered a total of 17,000 devices from its Storm family of targeting systems.
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