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Deliveries of the Air-To-Air Stinger (Atas) for the US Army Bell OH-58C/D began in 1988, with the Fim-92B Stinger-Post and Fim92C Stinger-RMP (Reprogrammable MicroProcessor).
Armament tested on the Predator-A have included the 10.4 kg Raytheon Fim-92 Atas (Air-To-Air Stinger) for self-defence against fighters.
The Madls was mounted on a Wolf all-terrain vehicle and equipped with TV and infrared cameras, a laser rangefinder and two Atas (Air-to-Air Stinger) launchers for a total of four missiles, The Madls is a mobile light air defence system capable of firing various Vshorad missiles, although the current standard configuration is designed for the Stinger.
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