New Seeker Could Put Tomahawk In Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile Race
Thirty years since the first iterations entered service, the Tomahawk cruise missile remains one of the key elements in the U.S. Navy’s long-range attack capability. Nearly 50 of the missiles were recently fired against Islamic State militants and other terror groups during the early airstrikes in...
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