Live trial test for the new Israeli anti-ballistic missile Arrow 3 2507113

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Defense News - Israel

 
 
Monday, July 25, 2011, 07:26 PM
 
Live trial test for the new Israeli anti-ballistic missile Arrow 3.
Israel recently completed a launch test of its Arrow 3 missile, a locally-developed system designed to intercept and destroy ballistic missiles high in the atmosphere, local media said on Monday, July 25, 2011. Scant details of the test were revealed during the Second Annual Israel Multinational Missile Defense Conference and Exhibition in Tel Aviv which will was held this July 25, 2011.
     
Israel recently completed a launch test of its Arrow 3 missile, a locally-developed system designed to intercept and destroy ballistic missiles high in the atmosphere, local media said on Monday, July 25, 2011. Scant details of the test were revealed during the Second Annual Israel Multinational Missile Defense Conference and Exhibitionin Tel Aviv which will was held this July 25, 2011.
Arrow 3 anti-ballistic missile full-scale model at Paris Air Show 2011
     

Held in an undisclosed location in Israel, an Arrow 3 interceptor missile was launched against an incoming projectile, successfully destroying it after a few hundred meters flight, according to the Mako/Channel Two television news site.

The innovative ARROW 3 interceptor is designed to intercept and destroy the newest, longer-range threats, especially those carrying weapons of mass destruction.

ARROW 3 integrates seamlessly into the ARROW WEAPON SYSTEM (AWS) complementing the current and future blocks of the ARROW 2 - thus enabling upper-tier multiple engagement opportunities.

A full-scale model was put on display during the Paris Air Show, in June 2011.

 

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