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NEWS | July 2, 2021

M1-Series Tanks, Stryker FOV: STORM SLX Not Compatible with RWS and CROWS

An Abrams M1A2 Tank begins a gunnery qualification run
Photo by Thomas Alvarez

Crewmen, there’s some important info you need to know about the AN/PSQ-23 illuminator, integrated, small arms (STORM SLX), NSN 5855-01-647-6498. That model STORM is not compatible with the remote weapon system (RWS) and common remotely operated weapon station (CROWS) for M1-series tanks or the Stryker FOV.
 
Storm SLX not compatible with RWS and CRWS for M1-series tanks and Strykers
Storm SLX not compatible with RWS and CRWS for M1-series tanks and Strykers
 
The models that are compatible with M1-series tanks and the Stryker FOV are the AN/PSQ-23 (original STORM), NSN 5855-01-577-5946 (tan) and NSN 5855-01-535-1905 (black); and the AN/PSQ-23A (STORM PI), NSN 5855-01-600-0486.
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