Upgrades to Hamas's low-cost rockets now targeting Israel are placing an increased number of cities at risk, leading to an aggressive pursuit of crash programs to counter these attacks. Defending against short-range threats has sparked two big modernization projects, the Iron Dome missile-to-rocket hit-to-kill system and the laser-based David’s Sling counter-mortar effort. But faced also with Iranian activities to improve that country’s intermediate-range ballistic missiles, Tel Aviv is ...

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