The race is on between the development of an advanced, Israeli-built Arrow ballistic missile defense weapon and the anticipated fabrication or purchase by hostile regional governments of maneuverable warheads and decoys that can be mounted on offensive ballistic missiles, say Israeli officials. Both the improved versions of Arrow and the modified warheads it is to defend against are expected to be operational in about 15 years. The development of longer- range missiles by ...
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