Australia—Anti-Radar Missiles Sought From U.S.

U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency | 06/23/2022

Australia wants to buy advanced anti-radar missiles from the U.S., reports the U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency. The proposed US$94 million deal covers up to 15 AGM-88E2 Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM) guidance sections; up to 15 AARGM control sections; up to 15 High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missiles (HARM) rocket motors; up to 15 HARM warheads; and up to 15 HARM control sections. The possible sale also covered AGM-88E2 AARGM all-up round tactical missiles; AGM-88E2...

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