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MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- Russia will set up an aerospace "super-holding" company consisting of missile makers NPO Mashinostroyenie and Tactical Missiles Corporation to develop hypersonic weapon technology, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said on Wednesday.
forces in South Korea (USFK) are beefing up firepower with the procurement of surface-to-surface long-range Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) missiles and Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) artillery, the JoongAng Daily reported Monday, citing a USFK official.
Neither these tactical missiles nor their programs, hardware, and worldwide alert/launch sites have received the documentary attention of combat aircraft and strategic missiles, despite their importance to conventional and nuclear deterrence.
He said that with further technological advances, the cost of using a laser weapon could drop to one-fourth the cost of a tactical missile system.
Fort Sill established the SMART Lab in 1998 as a central site for the rocket and missile development community to exercise fire mission threads and develop procedures for firing the Army tactical missile system (ATACMS).
Colvin said HIMARS will also carry multiple-launch rockets and the Army Tactical Missile System and fire at ranges between eight and 300 kilometers, depending on the munitions used.
An MLRS crew of three can fire up to 12 MLRS rockets or two Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) missiles.
Warner Robins (WR-ALC)at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Alabama is the home of the F-15, C-130, Tactical Missile and LANTIRN TCGs as well as the ECISAP.