DOT&E: Navy lacks anti-ship Tomahawk missile plans beyond IOC

By Justin Katz  
February 7, 2018 at 11:57 AM
The Navy intends to field an upgraded Tomahawk missile in fiscal year 2022, but has not provided plans to assess that weapon's lethality against its intended target set, according to a report from the Pentagon's top weapons tester. The report, published Jan. 24 by the director of operational test and evaluation , said the Navy intends to field its Maritime Strike Tomahawk (MST) at initial operational capability in 2022. MST is an upgraded variant of the block IV tactical Tomahawk...

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