Successful test firing last November clears way for USMC to advance development of Chinese ship-killing vehicle

By Jason Sherman / April 5, 2021 at 6:16 PM
The Marine Corps last November notched a successful demonstration of the planned Navy and Marine Corps Expeditionary Ship Interdiction System, firing a Naval Strike Missile from a Joint Light Tactical Vehicle in an event that validated the basic design concept and supports continued development of the Remote Operated Ground Unit Expeditionary -- or ROGUE -- vehicle, according to service officials. The NMESIS is the Marine Corps' vision for increased long-range precision capability to sink Chinese ships in the event of...

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