The Zeus T2 FGM-172 SRAW is a light-weight, close range Anti-Tank weapon, developed by Lockheed Martin.
The FGM-172 SRAW (Short-Range Assault Weapon), also known as the Predator SRAW, was developed in conjunction with the FGM-148 Javelin and has similar controls with that weapon. It was designed to replace the AT4 weapons system.
The SRAW is a fire and forget weapons system, featuring a pre-launch system that measures target speed and direction and is used in conjunction with known missile flight performance to predict where the target will be when the missile is in a position to intercept. The missile also uses an inertial guidance unit that sends the weapon over the predicted intercept point, compensating for crosswind and launcher motion (the launcher may be mounted on or fired from a vehicle). For direct attacks the missile acts as an unguided, flattened trajectory, line-of-sight weapon.
In Ghost Recon Edit
Two versions of the SRAW feature in the Ghost Recon series. In the PC versions of GRAW and GRAW 2, the FGM-172 appears under the designation, Zeus MPAR. The console version of those two games uses the FGM-77, as the Zeus MPAR and T2 anti-tank weapons.
It is also in use during the ultranationalist conflict in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wii.