U.S. Navy Eyes Tomahawk Successor

Credit: A Tomahawk missile a split-second before destroying a land target during a test: Raytheon
The U.S. Navy is moving forward with its study of a Tomahawk successor for attacking ships and land targets in the 2030s and beyond, but don’t call it a cruise missile just yet. A request for information (RFI) released Oct. 28 seeks a conventionally armed weapon that would relieve Raytheon’s long...

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