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Land Warfare

PREMIUM: Marine Corps explores potential of ship-killing NMESIS

7th April 2021 - 10:00 GMT | by Jason Sherman in New York

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NMESIS fires an Naval Strike Missile from a launcher and fire control system integrated on a remotely controlled Joint Light Tactical Vehicle. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

USMC eyes a fleet of robotic JLTVs armed with long-range missiles to sink ships.

The USMC is advancing plans for a new fleet of robotically controlled, ship-killing ground vehicles as part of its Force Design 2030 effort to reconfigure the force against potential threats from China.

It is pressing ahead with development of a new capability that pairs a modified Joint Light Tactical Vehicle ...

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