|KIA displaying supposedly-captured Carl Gustav.|
|US Special Forces firing a Carl Gustav.|
For more than two decades of its use Burma army has never lost an AT-4 launcher as it was a very expensive weapon highly-valued by both army and the insurgents feeling the brunt of the powerful launcher.
The AT-4 was so devastating on the KNU positions along Thai border Colonel Nerdah Mya the son of late KNU General Saw Bo Mya once even offered his very pretty young daughter as the prize for marriage if any KNU soldier got hold of an AT-4 from the Burmese Army. The Carl Gustav AT-4 was that famous in Burma.
|Thailand-based Bertil Lintner.|
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