domingo, 8 de septiembre de 2013

US Successfully Tested Anti-Ship Missile

The U.S. military's revolutionary new anti-ship missile flew its first successful test flight, according to a release from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). What the U.S. currently lacks is a ship-killing missile with both the ability to be launched from far away and the technological capacity to elude enemy ship defenses. In 2009, DARPA began work on developing such a missile, and yesterday the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile conducted its first successful test. The missile was dropped from a B-1B Lancer, escorted by an F-18 Strike Eagle.

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