US Navy Air-Launched Weapon Plans Revealed
Speaking at the Defence IQ inaugural Small Precision Weapons conference in London in late April, Captain Brian Corey from the Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons Programme Office, U.S. Navy gave a detailed update on their air-launchedstrike weapon plans and programmes.
The AGM–88E AARGM (Air-launched Anti-Radiation Guided Missile) has a new seeker and control system, while retaining the legacy rocket motor and warhead of HARM (HARM has only four known kills, however). This is a joint...
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