Japan’s New Anti-Ship Missile Needs More Range

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If Japan had been able to develop the Mach-3 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) ASM-3 air-to-ship missile on the original schedule, perhaps the weapon would have been immediately accepted for service. Instead, after a program launch delay of seven years, it was not ready until 2017, by which time it...

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