Davy Crockett


A tactical nuclear recoil-less rifle projectile that is fired like a rocket launcher.

Named after Davy Crockett, the legendary American folk hero from Tennessee. He was killed at the Alamo during the Texas Revolution fought between the Texans and Mexico. The Alamo ultimately fell to the enemy, but the Texans later rallied behind the cry "Remember the Alamo" and won their independence.

In 1964, Colonel Volgin used one on Soviet soil to obliterate the Sokolov Design Bureau, escalating the attack into an international incident by making it seem like the work of an American agent (The Boss). Cunningham also used one in 1970 on the San Hieronymo Peninsula.