Military Photo: Water-Piercing Missile

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Posted: 04/01/2010

TOP - NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER CRANE, Ind. (Aug. 28, 2008) A surrogate missile is launched from a water-piercing missile launcher at Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane during proof of concept testing. The technology could provide submarines at periscope depth with a "stand and fight" defensive missile capability against above water threats. (U.S. Navy photo)BOTTOM - WASHINGTON (April 15, 2010) An artist's concept of the Water Piercing Missile Operational Concept. The technology could provide submarines at periscope depth with a "stand and fight" defensive missile capability against surface threats. (U.S. Navy photo illustration)



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