U.S. Navy Under Pressure To Compete Anti-Ship Missile

Credit: Lockheed Martin
The U.S. Navy is assessing whether to conduct a competition for a new anti-ship missile, which is needed in the coming years as a response to the latest sophisticated Chinese DF-21 ship-killing ballistic missile and to keep Beijing's carriers at bay. But, mixed messages from the service regarding...

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