Japan Moves To Acquire Standoff Air-To-Surface Missiles

Credit: Kongsberg
If Japanese fighter pilots want to hit ground targets from afar, the best they can do is lob gravity bombs at them. Japan’s neuralgic reaction to the thought of offensive capability has deterred it from acquiring a weapon that can effectively strike enemy territory. That is changing. The defense...

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