PARIS AIR SHOW—As dumb bombs are disappearing from most markets, precision has become the yardstick for modern weapons, but recent conflicts are showing a new trend, according to Ran Kril, executive vice president for international marketing at Elbit Systems.  “Customers no longer focus on the large, complex and highly sophisticated precision weapons designed to destroy high-priority targets in fixed positions,” he says. “They demand smaller, smarter and ...

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