Cruise Missiles -- Single Fare to Armageddon, Please!

Biass, Eric H.; Braybrook, Roy
February 2004
Armada International;Feb/Mar2004, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p47
Offers information on cruise missiles. Description of Lockheed Martin Corporation's AGM-158 Joint Air-Surface Stand-off Missile being used by the U.S. Air Force; Details of the Taurus KEPD350 missile from Eads and Saab Bofors Dynamics; Range of AGM-86B air-launched cruise missile from Boeing Military Aircraft & Missile Systems.


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