TESTING AMRAAM D: The U.S. Air Force is continuing a series of developmental flight tests of its Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) D after a recent program restructuring with Raytheon. The fourth shot is planned for this month. So far, one has gone awry due to the failure of a secondary power supply, though two have been successful against target drones, a Raytheon source says. AMRAAM D features the new electronics cards of its predecessor C7, a two-way datalink on the back ...
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