The U.S. Army wants to replace its various man-portable anti-tank and anti-structure rounds with a single multi-functional munition that packs enough punch to take out a bunker or light armored vehicle. The XM919 Individual Assault Munition (IAM), is required to “penetrate and deliver incapacitating effects” against buildings, field fortifications, bunker fighting positions, and lightly armored vehicles while allowing soldiers to fire from within enclosures. the Army’s fiscal year 2023 budget request, the XM919 will eventually replace the M72 LAW, M136 and M136A1 AT-4 anti-tank weapons, and M141 Bunker Defeat Munition rocket launcher in the service’s arsenal with a single, lightweight multi-role solution in order to cut down on the amount of gear soldiers have to haul downrange in the future.
RGW90 ASM Recoilless Grenade Weapon Anti-Structure Munitions (ASM) designed to dominate complex and urban terrain and to engage targets from protected positions without exposing soldiers to enemy fires and effects. The one-shot disposable 60mm and 90mm shoulder launched weapons combine the best capabilities of the M72 LAW, M136 AT4, M136E1 CS and the M141 BDM CS to satisfy the XM919 Individual Assault Munition (IAM) requirements in two form factors. The RGW ASM encompasses a variety of Davis Gun principles to optimize operation and performance that provide the infantryman a competitive advantage to achieve battlefield superiority in complex environments. RGW products are featuring the latest technology developments in the field of interior, exterior and terminal ballistics. More than 18 armed forces and services worldwide have already made the choice to equip their operators.