Missile defense planscontinue to evolve
This year is likely to see the definition of an evolved U.S. warship class with an expanded ballistic missile defense (BMD) role, and further work on air- and spaceborne sensors and an improved interceptor missile. Raytheon is continuing work on the Advanced Optical Sensor System (AOSS) airborne missile tracker, based on the Multispectral Targeting System-B (MTS-B) sensor package fitted to the MQ-9A Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Sponsored by the Missile Defense Agency, AOSS ...
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