U.S. Army Launches Sweeping Long-range Artillery Modernization Plan

Credit: U.S. Army
In 17 years of fighting in Afghanistan, the maximum range of the U.S. Army’s artillery batteries never seemed like a problem. If a ground unit needing indirect fire support drifted beyond the range of the nearest artillery battery, the soldiers could simply summon air support by fighters or bombers...
Steve Trimble

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

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