What A CIWS “PAC” FIRE LOOKS LIKE

What A CIWS “PAC” FIRE LOOKS LIKE | World War Wings Videos

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That’s a Lot of Damage!

You’ve probably heard of the Phalanx Close-In Weapon System. This impeccably designed system consists of a radar-guided 20mm Vulcan cannon that has an effective firing range of almost 1,500 miles.

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Its rate of fire, which varies between 3,000 to 4,500 rounds per minute, gives the CIWS an advantage over its counterparts. But if you haven’t seen a CIWS “PAC” fire before, then you’re in luck!

In this video, we get to watch what a PAC FIRE looks like – and what damage it can do.

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It’s interesting to imagine what would’ve happened in World War 2 if the Allies somehow had one of these. The rate of fire alone is enough to shut down any WW2 planes, that’s for sure!

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Is there a plane that will be fast enough, or well-armored enough to survive even just a few seconds of this? This gun looks like it can single-handedly annihilate a complete medieval army!

 

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