Talk:Multiple integrated laser engagement system

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I was wondering if anyone knew about a place where a civ can study combat with miles. I would be intrested to try it.

How commonly used is it? -Toptomcat 20:55, 30 October 2006 (UTC)


I re-classed this as a B-class in quality. It MAY only be a Start-class because of B-class criteria #1, "It is suitably referenced, and all major points are appropriately cited. " I think that this is met (barely) by the list of external links. It needs to be much better, but since the article meets the other four B-class criteria and is significantly better in quality than the simple Start-class criteria, I believed this to be appropriate. VigilancePrime (talk) 03:03, 6 December 2007 (UTC)


Well the Army regulars might not use it but this image shows a Pakistani SSG squad during an exercise with MILES attatched to their M4 carbines

IMAGE CHANGED i dont know why but the image showed some fruit sellers instead,anyway

Irish Army?[edit]

Back up the list of users with sources or don't type them in the first place, to my knowledge, and 5 years in the RDF, neither the Irish RDF or PDF use the MILES system.

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