U.S. Army Considers Longer-Range Precision Strike Missile The U.S. Army’s next tactical missile could more than double the range of the weapon it replaces in a smaller form factor, with the theoretical ability to strike targets at 800 km (500 mi.), says Brig. Gen. John Rafferty, the Army’s commander for Long-Range Precision Fires.  The Army set the objective range for the Precision Strike Missile (PRSM) program at 499 km to comply with the terms of the now-defunct ...

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