NEW DELHI – A $350 million joint missile program by India and Israel in the works since 2006 is finally seeing steady progress with the first test of the Long Range Surface-to-Air Missile (LR-SAM) in its intended naval configuration slated for this year from India’s weapons test range over the Bay of Bengal. Tested from land for the first time in 2010, the LR-SAM, a financial and technological partnership between Israel’s IAI (which designates the missile Barak 8) and ...

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