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US Army’s LRPF Program May Get Anti-Ship | Japan & China Battle for Influence in East Africa | Australia Hedging Their Bets on JSF Program

Americas The US Army’s Long-Range Precision Fires (LRPF) program could come with an anti-ship capability. While the requirement wasn’t initially included in the missile’s spec, service brass have called for ship-killing capability in general terms. Furthermore, the weapon’s range will still be under 500 kilometers to comply with the Intermediate Nuclear Forces treaty. Contractor Raytheon
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