Arrow-3 Missile Intercept Test in Alaska Indefinitely Delayed An intercept test of the Israeli-developed Arrow-3, scheduled to be performed in Alaska to adapt the hit-to-kill interceptor to evolving threats, has been indefinitely delayed, according to the Israeli defense ministry.  The ministry has not provided an explanation for the delay. The test of the system developed by Israel Aerospace Industries and Boeing would have demonstrated an intercept of a long-range ballistic ...

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