GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — The AT-4 may be a disposable, low-cost alternative to more robust anti-tank systems, but it’s a crowd favorite. Weighing in at less than 15 pounds, the light single-shot weapon is a very popular piece of Army equipment.
After more than a year testing a handful of major upgrades to the shoulder-fired M3 recoilless rifle, the Army is racing to dole out more than 1,000 of the brutal anti-tank bazooka system to lucky soldiers around the world.
We’ve all been frustrated with technology. Maybe your computer is acting slow or it’s on the fritz, so you take it to a shop, or just say screw it and buy a replacement before throwing it up on Craigslist with the misleading tag: “Good as new.”