The Objective Force concept requires technology advantage over the adversaries to design, develop, model and simulate weapon systems that are strategically responsive, deployable, agile, versatile, lethal and survivable. As the Army transforms there is a renewed interest in the concept designs of new projectile-target weapons systems. As the modular systems… (More)

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