HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — U.S. missile defense and radar giant Raytheon and top Israeli missile house Rafael are teaming to market the latter’s Iron Dome counter-rocket and mortar project to the Pentagon. The two plan a series of self-funded intercept tests next spring to determine which Raytheon-made tactical radar will be mated with the Rafael Iron Dome interceptor for a U.S. version that could be sold to the Army, says Mike Booen, vice president of Raytheon Advanced Security and Directed ...


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