Army Weighs Counter-Rocket Defense Options

Credit: Lockheed Martin

With air threats to ground forces expanding beyond traditional manned aircraft and ballistic missiles, the U.S Army must decide how to counter lower-cost unmanned aircraft and cruise missiles, as well as rocket, artillery and mortar (RAM) threats at an affordable price. Raytheon has completed two...

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