The boys are still in it to win it.
The Army hasn't sent info on these weapons, I have my own source in country.
This is a near miss by an Iranian Explosively Formed Projectile. Not just any EFP, this one had multiple warheads, and a PASSIVE HEAT SEEKING detonation circuit, as well as the usual movement-detecting IR beam.
The Army has a vehicle mounted anti-EFP device, called the "Rhino", which is a beam breaker on a long pole that protrudes 10 feet in front of the HumVee. To counter the beam breaker, which is supposed to detonate the EFP ahead of the actual vehicle, so the copper-lance misses, the Iranians have added a delay to the EFP timing circuit, and that delay is supposed to account for the extra dummy length of the vehicle as represented by the Rhino.
In this case, the vehicle commander, a Cavalry Scout Sergeant, reported that the crew "psyched out" the delay in the beam breaker detonation circuit by raising the Rhino, but apparently, the same detonation circuit also delayed the IR (bad bomb building, Mad Mullahs, this is Yankee Ingenuity you are up against, not some 7th Century Islamo-dummy thinking), so the lance missed behind the vehicle. The crew recovered part of the copper lance from a wall of the house it impacted across the street:
This next photo is from a different (wrecked) Hummer in the MoPoo yard, but shows the Rhino in the Up (off) position:
Can any of you equipment wizards out there identify the weapons system on the turret?
The fight goes on, and we would be well ahead except for the interference of the Iranians, who are probably getting THEIR technical expertise from either the Russ or the Frogs, dono who does their bomb-work.
We are defensively fighting the Iranians, we just can't shoot back at them.
Say, wasn't that the situation with the NVA back in 'Nam? As I recall, we lost that war...