Army expected to decide path forward for IFPC this fall

May 6, 2019 at 2:51 PM
The Army is planning to decide by the end of this fiscal year the path forward for the Indirect Fire Protection Capability Program, whether it be using a set of American systems or a “componentized” version of the Israeli Iron Dome system, according to a program official. Col. Chuck Worshim, the Army's cruise missile defense systems project manager, told Inside Defense in a recent interview the service is conducting “initial lab-based experiments” to determine the right mix of systems...

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