Navy's first ever LASER gun that sets fire to enemy aircraft and ships is deployed to the Gulf | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Navy's first ever LASER gun that sets fire to enemy aircraft and ships is deployed to the Gulf

The solid-state Laser Weapon System is designed to target what the Navy describes as 'asymmetrical threats'

Those include aerial drones, speed boats and swarm boats -- all are potential threats in the Persian Gulf, specifically from Iranian forces

The system is aboard the USS Ponce, which has been patrolling with the weapon since late August

The US military has deployed its first laser weapon ever to be used in combat.

The science fiction made real armament is seven years in the making and comes at a cost of $40 million.

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