The latest air-to-air missile developed by Raytheon’s Air Warfare Systems, the Peregrine, will double weapons carrying capacity and improve target seeking even in low-sight conditions. Using GPS, a millimeter wave radar, and a semi-active laser to seek moving targets from standoff ranges. The Air Force hopes to save on costs of development while also staying on top of the newest innovations in weaponry. An interview with the company’s vice president reveals in-depth information on the missile and its purpose.
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November 12, 2019