Lacrosse Missile Launcher M4E2 was an American Army guided surface to surface first deployed in 1959 and largely withdrawn by 1964. The missile was supported by a 5 ton truck Roco Z-192, to carry missiles, a crane mounted on a truck Roco Z-193 M-62, Roco Z-225 weapons carrier truck with electronics gear, a large van Roco Z-167, M-38 Jeep Roco Z-142, and Roco Z-146 2 1/3 ton van with electronics gear. This system was both conventional and nuclear and could provide pin point accuracy up to 12 miles away from the launch point.
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