Israel to deploy new missile interceptor

Israel to deploy new missile interceptor
By Euronews with Reuters
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"David's sling" in operation mid-2016

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Israel plans to deploy its new medium-range missile interceptor by mid-2016.

The system, known as “David’s sling”, has passed final trials.

Israel adds ‘David’s Sling’ to the artillery https://t.co/p5or7bXNW9pic.twitter.com/Xt8Bj3h7W7

— The Express Tribune (@etribune) December 21, 2015

It is designed to shoot down rockets, cruise missiles and drones and has a range of up to 200 kilometres.

Israel says “David's Sling” missile shield to be deployed in 2016 https://t.co/ZE1A0xo6KR via Reuters</a></p>&mdash; Dan Williams (DanWilliams) December 21, 2015

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