Bull’s-eye: U.S.-Japan’s Burly New Interceptor Hits Mark

The 21-in.-dia. Standard Missile-3 being cooperatively developed by the U.S. and Japan has intercepted its first ballistic missile target in what will likely be noted around the world as a significant step forward in missile shield technology. The test, previously described as a “big deal” by the...

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