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Beyond INF: An Affordable Arsenal Of Long-Range Missiles?

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on

Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. graphic from CSBA (and some CSIS) data

The US could develop more than a dozen different land-based weapons for $7 to $12 billion, thinktank CSBA estimates.

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Navy’s New Tomahawk Plan Targets Ships, Bunkers and Distance [Sponsored]

Posted by Paul McLeary on

WASHINGTON: As the Navy continues to look for ways to reach out and touch — or preferably deter — potential adversaries at greater range, it is turning to the latest version of a decades-old weapon to do it.Advertisement

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No More ‘Playing Defense’ For US Navy; Offensive Weapons Are The Play

Posted by Paul McLeary on

“We’ve spent a lot of time over the past years playing defense,” Rear Adm. Ronald Boxall, director of surface warfare, said at the West 2019 conference here. “The best defense is a good offense, and the idea that we will go after the threat — at range — is something that we have to be able to do.”

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Raytheon Touts Cross Domain Solutions For Navy [Sponsored]

Posted by Otto Kreisher [Sponsored by Raytheon] on

As the surface Navy intensively strives to achieve the cross domain capabilities so essential to warfighting success against a near-peer competitor, Raytheon is using its wide spectrum of defense technologies to support those efforts. Modern warfare increasingly requires operations across all of the five domains of land air, surface, subsurface, space and cyberspace. A key… Keep reading →

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