Israel’s high-tech answer to rocket attacks on its towns will be fielded this year as the U.S. continues to evaluate possible solutions to rocket, artillery and mortar (RAM) threats. The Iron Dome system, with its vertically launched, radar-guided interceptors, will become operational by mid-year to protect Israel against short-range rockets. Live-fire tests of the David’s Sling system, designed to destroy large-caliber rockets and short-range ballistic missiles with two-stage ...


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