The U.S. Army’s next tactical missile could more than double the range of the weapon it replaces in a smaller form factor, with the theoretical ability to strike targets at ranges up to 800 km (500 mi.), says Brig. Gen. John Rafferty, the Army’s commander for Long Range Precision Fires.  The Army set the objective range for the Precision Strike Missile (PRSM) program at 499 km to comply with the terms of the now-defunct Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, but ...

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