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USMC continues Iron Dome evaluation, no outstanding cybersecurity or integration challenges

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move forward with integrating Rafael’s Iron Dome mobile, short-range air-defence system into their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) architecture. The US Marine Corps (USMC), however, is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components into its medium-range intercept capability, and said its effort is not being hampered by similar concerns.

A Tamir missile shown launching from the US Army’s new air-defence platform, the IFPC 2-Intercept multi-mission launcher. The USMC is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components, including the Tamir missile, into its medium-range intercept capability but the army said it has a variety of concerns and will now host a “shoot off’ for its IFPC Inc 2 effort.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/2020/05/15/df80542b-fd30-4cd3-8e1a-8348370a9620/

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USMC continues Iron Dome evaluation, no outstanding cybersecurity or integration challenges

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move forward with integrating Rafael’s Iron Dome mobile, short-range air-defence system into their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) architecture. The US Marine Corps (USMC), however, is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components into its medium-range intercept capability, and said its effort is not being hampered by similar concerns.

A Tamir missile shown launching from the US Army’s new air-defence platform, the IFPC 2-Intercept multi-mission launcher. The USMC is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components, including the Tamir missile, into its medium-range intercept capability but the army said it has a variety of concerns and will now host a “shoot off’ for its IFPC Inc 2 effort.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/2020/05/15/df80542b-fd30-4cd3-8e1a-8348370a9620/

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move for...

USMC continues Iron Dome evaluation, no outstanding cybersecurity or integration challenges

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move forward with integrating Rafael’s Iron Dome mobile, short-range air-defence system into their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) architecture. The US Marine Corps (USMC), however, is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components into its medium-range intercept capability, and said its effort is not being hampered by similar concerns.

A Tamir missile shown launching from the US Army’s new air-defence platform, the IFPC 2-Intercept multi-mission launcher. The USMC is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components, including the Tamir missile, into its medium-range intercept capability but the army said it has a variety of concerns and will now host a “shoot off’ for its IFPC Inc 2 effort.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/2020/05/15/df80542b-fd30-4cd3-8e1a-8348370a9620/

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move for...

USMC continues Iron Dome evaluation, no outstanding cybersecurity or integration challenges

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move forward with integrating Rafael’s Iron Dome mobile, short-range air-defence system into their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) architecture. The US Marine Corps (USMC), however, is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components into its medium-range intercept capability, and said its effort is not being hampered by similar concerns.

A Tamir missile shown launching from the US Army’s new air-defence platform, the IFPC 2-Intercept multi-mission launcher. The USMC is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components, including the Tamir missile, into its medium-range intercept capability but the army said it has a variety of concerns and will now host a “shoot off’ for its IFPC Inc 2 effort.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/2020/05/15/df80542b-fd30-4cd3-8e1a-8348370a9620/

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move for...

USMC continues Iron Dome evaluation, no outstanding cybersecurity or integration challenges

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move forward with integrating Rafael’s Iron Dome mobile, short-range air-defence system into their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) architecture. The US Marine Corps (USMC), however, is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components into its medium-range intercept capability, and said its effort is not being hampered by similar concerns.

A Tamir missile shown launching from the US Army’s new air-defence platform, the IFPC 2-Intercept multi-mission launcher. The USMC is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components, including the Tamir missile, into its medium-range intercept capability but the army said it has a variety of concerns and will now host a “shoot off’ for its IFPC Inc 2 effort.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/2020/05/15/df80542b-fd30-4cd3-8e1a-8348370a9620/

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move for...

USMC continues Iron Dome evaluation, no outstanding cybersecurity or integration challenges

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move forward with integrating Rafael’s Iron Dome mobile, short-range air-defence system into their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) architecture. The US Marine Corps (USMC), however, is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components into its medium-range intercept capability, and said its effort is not being hampered by similar concerns.

A Tamir missile shown launching from the US Army’s new air-defence platform, the IFPC 2-Intercept multi-mission launcher. The USMC is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components, including the Tamir missile, into its medium-range intercept capability but the army said it has a variety of concerns and will now host a “shoot off’ for its IFPC Inc 2 effort.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/2020/05/15/df80542b-fd30-4cd3-8e1a-8348370a9620/

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move for...

USMC continues Iron Dome evaluation, no outstanding cybersecurity or integration challenges

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move forward with integrating Rafael’s Iron Dome mobile, short-range air-defence system into their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) architecture. The US Marine Corps (USMC), however, is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components into its medium-range intercept capability, and said its effort is not being hampered by similar concerns.

A Tamir missile shown launching from the US Army’s new air-defence platform, the IFPC 2-Intercept multi-mission launcher. The USMC is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components, including the Tamir missile, into its medium-range intercept capability but the army said it has a variety of concerns and will now host a “shoot off’ for its IFPC Inc 2 effort.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/2020/05/15/df80542b-fd30-4cd3-8e1a-8348370a9620/

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move for...

USMC continues Iron Dome evaluation, no outstanding cybersecurity or integration challenges

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move forward with integrating Rafael’s Iron Dome mobile, short-range air-defence system into their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) architecture. The US Marine Corps (USMC), however, is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components into its medium-range intercept capability, and said its effort is not being hampered by similar concerns.

A Tamir missile shown launching from the US Army’s new air-defence platform, the IFPC 2-Intercept multi-mission launcher. The USMC is moving forward with plans to integrate Iron Dome components, including the Tamir missile, into its medium-range intercept capability but the army said it has a variety of concerns and will now host a “shoot off’ for its IFPC Inc 2 effort.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/2020/05/15/df80542b-fd30-4cd3-8e1a-8348370a9620/

US Army leaders have cited cybersecurity and compatibility concerns as chief reasons not to move for...

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