Watch as the US Navy Phalanx CIWS Gatling Gun Fires

Watch as the US Navy executes a live fire of their Phalanx CIWS (pronounced “sea wiz” and stands for “Close-In Weapon System”) Gatling gun. Designed by General Dynamics, the CIWS works as a defense against anti-ship missles–and fires like the A-10 Gatling gun on steroids.

The CIWS is used on nearly every class combat ship in the US Navy. It’s also used by US Coast Guard, the British Royal Navy, and navies of 16 other allied nations.

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