Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Velocitas Eradico

There are three questions. The first is whether, when slaved to an appropriate radar tracking system, this thing can be used for short-range point defense against low altitude cruise missiles. The second is how long and at what cost it would take to develop a short-range system. The third question - the "long shot" so to speak - concerns the eventual development of a long-range weapon capable of accurately hitting targets in Shanghai.

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