Asia offers sales opportunities for the Standard Missile, Patriot and Arrow systems
Missile defenses are on the rise in Asia, but the nascent trend is not without controversy. Countries ranging from India to Japan to Australia are looking to follow the U.S. and Russia down the path of fielding ballistic missile shields to protect troops and population centers. The burgeoning interest is fueled in large part by the extensive proliferation of ballistic missiles in the region, which surpasses even that of the Middle East. Fielded and emerging medium- and long-range ...
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