Mini-missile has mind of its own

Cheung, Lance
March 2001
Airman;Mar2001, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p18
Features the LOCAAS autonomous attack system of the United States Air Force. Cost of developing the LOCAAS; Description of the 2001 version of the system.


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