Tamir and Mini Hit-to-Kill are among the missiles offered to Army to protect against indirect fires

March 13, 2018

Defense News:

WASHINGTON — Israeli company Rafael’s Tamir and Lockheed Martin’s new Miniature Hit-to-Kill missile are both being offered to the Army as possible interceptors for the service’s Indirect Fires Protection Capability.

The Army is looking for a second interceptor for its multi-mission launcher — part of the IFPC Increment 2 program — having already chosen a first weapon, the Raytheon-manufactured AIM-9X Sidewinder missile…

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