Raketenartillerie
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Und die Entwicklung des Mehrzweck-Raketenwerfers geht weiter voran:

Von hier zu einer Zusammenfassung von konventioneller Raketenartillerie, PALR hoher Reichweite, Fla-RaK und CRAM in nur einem System ist es nur noch ein Katzensprung. Bereits hier und heute kann der Multi Mission Launcher sowohl Tamir Raketen abfeuern (Iron Dome System) als auch beispielsweise Hellfire-Raketen gegen Bodenziele !!

Und er kann nicht weniger als 6 verschiedene Typen von Raketen zugleich führen, und dass ist noch nicht das Ende der Möglichkeiten.

http://alert5.com/2016/04/20/mml-has-fi ... terceptor/

Zitat:In an interview with WAAY TV, the program director for the U.S. Army’s Multi-Mission Launcher (MML) project revealed that the Israeli Tamir interceptor from the Iron Dome system has been launched from the MML.

Zitat:We can carry up to 6 different interceptors at one time per launcher. Right now we have only demonstrated the ability to integrate two of those interceptors the AIM 9X and the Longbow Hellfire, and then physically demonstrated the ability to shoot the Mini-Hit-to-Kill, the Stinger, and the Tamir which is an Israeli interceptor, said Whitmark

http://www.waaytv.com/redstone_alabama/ ... 0ec06.html

Zitat:The success that we have experienced out at White Sands over the past month has been a Capstone event for us,” said Program Director Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Whitmark. “We have successfully had 7 launches of 5 different interceptors."

The MML, is an Army effort to design and develop a new launcher in support of the IFPC Increment 2‐Intercept product office. Cruise Missile Defense Systems Project Office, part of PEO Missiles and Space, and the IFPC Inc 2-I Product Office partnered with AMRDEC to build the MML Prototype, which is one component of CMDS' overall IFPC Inc 2-I System.

The MML provides the capability to launch a variety of different munition, provides 360-degree protection, and can fire at multiple targets at the same time. Those potential targets include; cruise missiles, unmanned aerial systems, rockets, artillery and mortars.
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