MAD FIRES Takes Next Step With Gun-Fired Missile Interceptors

Raytheon MAD FIRES
Credit: DARPA
Raytheon will focus on developing the seeker for a naval gun-fired, guided missile interceptor under a $32.5 million order announced by the Defense Department (DOD) on Aug. 31. The award opens Phase 3 of the Multi-Azimuth Defense Fast Intercept Round engagement System (MAD FIRES) program. The...

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