U.S. Navy Quietly Tried To Suspend Tomahawk Line In 2014
Raytheon’s long-serving Tomahawk cruise missile has been the Pentagon’s weapon of choice for day one of a conflict for almost three decades, but in 2014 the U.S. Navy proposed ending production to fund a successor. The U.S. launched large numbers of Tomahawks in the opening salvo of the 1991 Gulf...
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