U.S. Army Could Adopt Kinetic Energy Projectile

Credit: Lawrence Livermore's Kinetic Energy Projectile warhead would arm the Mach 3-speed Army Tactical Missile System (ATacMS): U.S. Army
While Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Kinetic Energy Projectile might not be as devastating as a tactical nuclear weapon, the U.S. Army believes it could have the same deterrent effect. The new warhead was developed as a so-called conventional prompt strike capability and is designed to...

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