Israel and the U.S. have begun work on a new missile defense interceptor, reports the Times of Israel.
The Arrow 4 ballistic missile interceptor will incorporate new capabilities to address a variety of future regional threats, said Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz. It is expected to replace the Arrow 2 in the future.
The new system is also expected to be able to defeat threats within and beyond the atmosphere.
Concept work reportedly began in 2017, when Israel began looking for...