FIM-92 Stinger Shooting Down Aircraft (Drone)
In the above video, you can see a U.S. Marines conducted a live-fire training.
U.S. Marines is Using FIM-92 Stinger against uav drone targe on the beach
The FIM-92 Stinger is a launch surface to air missile US short-range used to achieve the helicopters or aircraft at low altitude combat. It is like ” fire and forgets “.
FIM-92 Stinger combat history
FIM-92 Stinger Role in Falklands War
on 21 May 1982 an SAS soldier engaged and shot down an Argentine Pucará ground attack aircraft with a Stinger.
On 30 May, at about 11.00 a.m., an Aerospatiale SA-330 Puma helicopter was brought down by another missile, also fired by the SAS, in the vicinity of Mount Kent.
FIM-92 Stinger Role in Soviet War in Afghanistan
on September 25, 1986 engineer Ghaffar, of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar’s Hezb-i-Islami, brought down the first Hind gunship near Jalalabad
According to the 1993 US US Air Defense Artillery Yearbook, the Mujahideen gunners used the supplied Stingers to score approximately 269 total aircraft kills in about 340 engagements, a 79-percent kill ratio
FIM-92 Stinger Role in Libyan invasion of Chad
On 8 October 1987, a Libyan Su-22MK was shot down by a FIM-92A fired by Chadian forces
FIM-92 Stinger Role in Tajik civil war and Chechen War
on 3 May 1993 a Sukhoi Su-24M was shot down with a Stinger fired by fundamentalists.
It is believed one Sukhoi Su-24 was shot down by a Stinger missile during the Second Chechen War
FIM-92 Stinger Role in Sri Lankan Civil War
on November 10, 1997 a Sri Lanka Air Force Mi-24 was shot down using a stringer