U.S. Army seeks stronger integration for Air and Missile Defence
The field of Air and Missile Defence is facing a host of new requirements which are, in turn, driving many nations to seek upgrades to their capability. Over the years spent in Afghanistan and Iraq, US and ISAF troops have contested with adversaries that leveraged low-cost, low-tech capabilities to offset the tactical and technical advantages held by coalition forces. Mortars, rockets, and improvised rocket-assisted munitions all contributed to disrupting the sustainment of command and control...
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