The U.S. Navy has test-fired an updated version of a Raytheon Technologies-made, GPS-guided cruise missile designed to produce less collateral damage when hitting targets. Two Tomahawk Block V missiles launched from the USS Chafee destroyer and hit test targets at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake and on San Nicolas Island, the company said Thursday.More
Raytheon has completed over 1.7K wind tunnel tests of the extended-range variant of the ground-launched AMRAAM air-to-air missile built to intercept targets at longer ranges and higher altitudes. The company said Monday the completion of the tests marks a step in the qualification of the AMRAAM-ER missile for incorporation into the National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System.
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