Faster, Deadlier, More accurate: Israel’s new guided missile about to enter service
A new GPS-guided artillery rocket capable of hitting targets at a distance of 35 kilometers with a precision of less than 10 meters is about to enter Israeli Defense Force service
The Romah, the latest guided missile developed by Israel Military Industries (IMI) firearms manufacturer, will soon be operational, IHS Jane’s reported citing sources at the company.
The rocket is designed for the Israeli army to carry out fast, accurate, and lethal attacks on enemy targets, according to the weapon builder. It is equipped with a 20-kilogram warhead and can reach targets at a distance of 35 kilometers.
Eli Reiter, head of IMI’s Rocket Systems Division, claimed
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