Top U.S. General Backs Navy’s Pursuit Of Tomahawk Successor

Credit: The Navy is exploring Tomahawk successors under the Next-Generation Land Attack Weapon program for fielding around 2028-30. The future weapon must also strike surface ships: U.S. Navy
The Pentagon’s Tomahawk strike on a key Syrian airbase this month may have struck 57 out of 59 confirmed targets, but the vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff believes the U.S. can and must do better. It took less than four days for the U.S. to respond to the Syrian military’s chemical weapons...

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