During the Civil War in Libya, which began in 2011 and continues to this day, homemade missile fire systems based on unified NURS UB-16-57 units, loaded with C-5 missiles, and mounted on pickups and jeeps. When used, such a system did not allow aiming at all. The calculation was made rather on the density of the fire and the effect produced.
Libyan pickups with rocket launchers UB-57-16.
Having looked at the principle of such improvised installations, the American company Arnold Defense created the Fletcher missile system, which consists of four unguided missiles in one launcher. A fully equipped unit weighs only 72 kilograms, which allows you to install it on almost any equipment. The missiles used are Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System -2 (APKWS-2). These are modernized Hydra-70 missiles, the main unguided aviation missiles of the american army. They are used most often in launchers M-261 and M-260 for 19 and 7 shots.
Fletcher missile system
To install the Fletcher, the rockets were upgraded, they had side ribs for greater stability and a laser sight. With the help of a laser rocket is aimed at the target and launched to it. It is assumed that at a distance of 5 kilometers, a rocket will be able to hit a standing target with a probability of about 80 percent. Shooting is conducted, not as instituted by the pilots "immediately and a lot", but one by one. So in theory, when shooting from a Fletcher installation, you can hit four different targets.
Nevertheless, such a rocket launcher will be in demand for small infantry groups that do not have artillery support, as well as for installation on ships of the coast guard.