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U.S. Clears $133 Million Sale of Extended Range Missile Interceptor to Japan

by: News Desk
January 11, 2018

Category: Japan, missile defense, Syndicated Industry News | RSS 2.0

The State Department has approved a request from Japan for an initial buy of Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IIA missiles, for an estimated cost of $133.3 million. The sale that includes only four missiles will likely provide missiles for test and evaluation of Japan's current missile defense assets, likely the AEGIS equipped missile destroyers that currently carry SM-3 Block IB missiles.

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