Diehl Proposes Modernized IRIS-T For FCAS

Few details have been revealed about Diehl's proposed FCAAM, which uses a radically different design to previous air-to-air missiles.
Credit: Diehl
LONDON—Germany’s Diehl Defense is working to adapt its IRIS-T short-range air-to-air missile for use on future low-observable platforms. Diehl appears to be looking to provide the weapon for the French/German/Spanish Future Combat Air System (FCAS). A model of the proposed IRIS-T Future Combat Air...

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