Hellfire rules in the U.S., but Europe seeks a replacement
While development of anti-armor missiles has stalled in the U.S. due mostly to the success of the Hellfire, Europe is embarking on an ambitious project for a do-anything missile to replace a wide range of systems, including Hellfire. France, Sweden and the U.K. are engaged in a collaborative study project toward a future land-combat missile system, known as the European Modular Missile (EMM), with a projected per-unit cost of less than €150,000 ($201,000). Results are expected to be in ...
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