U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet Cmdr Wants Longer-Range Weaponry

HONOLULU — The U.S. needs a longer-range, surface-to-surface strike weapon in the Asia-Pacific, says Adm. Harry Harris, the U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet commander. “We need something longer than the Harpoon,” he tells Aviation Week. One U.S. Navy weapons system that should make its way into the region...

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