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Dynetics unveils Enduring Shield, its solution for the US Army to counter cruise missiles | Defense News

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Dynetics is a company owned by Leidos. The device Dynetics provided to the US Army and exhibited in a live-fire event for the service’s enduring indirect fire defense capabilities, intended to fight against a range of airborne threats, has remained a closely guarded secret. While it was widely reported that one team comprised of Rafael and Raytheon, with the Iron Dome launcher and Tamir interceptor on offer, Dynetics had earlier refused to confirm its involvement in the contest officially. The Army uses iron Dome as a temporary cruise missile defense capability while developing a long-term strategy to combat drones and cruise missiles.

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