Kinetic Energy The Lockheed Martin Compact Kinetic Energy Missile (CKem) originated in the US Army's Line of Sight Anti-Tank (Losat) project which was intended to provide the army's five light infantry divisions with a missile that could kill any tank.
What does CKEM stand for?
CKEM stands for Compact Kinetic Energy Missile (Army)
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The TOW ITAS fires all existing TOW missile versions and its digital architecture gives it the growth capability to accept future missiles such as the TOW fire-and-forget, the TOW bunker buster, common missile, and compact kinetic energy missile.
5) Compact Kinetic Energy Missile with a range of 5000 metres to act as the primary direct-fire anti-armour weapon for the Future Combat System (FCS).