Long-range ballistic missiles are a new threat to Europe, but Israeli defense planners are more concerned about the rapid growth in lower-end rocket threats. The biggest growth comes from the fact that regional adversaries are being equipped with inexpensive but effective guidance systems that have tightened targeting errors to within 100-200 meters. That is high accuracy compared to Iraq’s rain of Scuds in 1991 that could predictably hit only large cities like Tel Aviv, Dhahran or ...
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