The U.S. Army is considering extended-range, maritime strike versions of the Precision Strike Missile (PRSM) as the U.S. government negotiates a withdrawal from the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, top Army officials said March 4. Army Undersecretary Ryan Murphy also suggested that a new ground-launched cruise missile (GLCM) could be in development by the Office of Secretary Defense’s Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO). The signing of the INF Treaty in 1987 prohibited ...

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