Raytheon’s Supersized Interceptor Prepped For Aegis Ashore Test

Credit: Missile Defense Agency
The upcoming test of Raytheon’s supersize Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block 2A will have significant implications for the U.S.-built ballistic missile shields in Europe and Asia. The largest and most advanced member of the Standard Missile interceptor family, the SM-3 Block 2A is designed to knock out...

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