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The US version of NASAM should be able to work just fine. Understand that pretty much all US and NATO systems have Link-16, so they share radar data and can work together to take out targets. NASAM take big advantage of this. The US mobile unit is a Hummer with 4 AIM-120 and 2 Sidewinders. It has its own short range radar, but also has access to the GhostEye radar that the command vehicle tows. It does look like the gun on the Striker system is similar to the Gepard... that it has an air burst capability that is adjusted by the radar and targeting computer. This has been VERY effective at taking out drones. I think they should combine this with a small microwave weapon to disable its electronics too. The laser system is nice, but they are working on a mobile version that has a 300KW laser. That thing will be a beast. The NASAM units will greatly benefit from the AIM-260 missiles as they start hitting the field (they went into full production on October 1, 2022). When combined with the Link-16 system and the GhostEye, this will be incredibly effective. The AIM-120 can be fired to an area to hunt for a specific IR or radar signature. It has the Radar lock of the AIM-120, the IR lock of an AIM-9 sidewinder, and the passive radar lock of a HARM. It also has a range of 200km and travels at Mach 5. This is a game changer.