U.S. Army Boosts Counter-Rocket Efforts

Raytheon intends to develop a system to intercept insurgent rocket attacks under a U.S. Army quick-reaction program that is planned to lead to a demonstration in 18 months, followed by low-rate initial production. The company has received a $79.2 million contract for the Accelerated Improve...

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