North America The U.S. Army plans to purchase Israel’s Iron Dome system, opting to buy the first batch of the rocket interceptor for deployed U.S. military forces against a range of ballistic and airborne threats. The system, developed by Rafael, has been operated by the Israeli Air Force since. Raytheon has teamed with Rafael on production of the system’s Tamir interceptor missiles, which destroy incoming threats launched from ranges of 2.5-43 mi. Boeing delivered the fifth ...

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