Railgun Still A Priority For U.S. Navy

The U.S. Navy remains on track for fiscal 2016 onboard, at-sea testing of its electromagnetic railgun — the weapon it eventually hopes to put on destroyers and other ships against a host of threats up to 110 nm away. The Navy expects to use the railgun against enemy warships, small boats, aircraft...

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