South Korea’s defense technology organization and Hanwha are working toward completing development of a tactical ballistic missile by the end of 2018, adding an economical bunker-buster to the country’s suite of bombardment weapons. The Korean Tactical Surface-to-Surface Missile (KTSSM) is apparently intended as a rapid-response system for attacking North Korean artillery and other immobile but hardened targets close to the border. Hanwha is marketing a simplified version for ...

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