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Areas of immediate focus include developing mutual business opportunities in variants of existing and emerging exoatmospheric multi-stage BMD interceptors.
The company's primary products are launch vehicles and satellites, including missile defense boosters that are used as interceptor and target vehicles, ground- and air-launched rockets that deliver satellites into orbit, and low-orbit, geostationary and planetary spacecraft for communications, remote sensing and scientific missions.
Rhino's primary product, the Wet Waste Interceptor, allows for restaurants, hotels and municipalities to meet and exceed these and other requirements.
It is planned as a complementary system to the other boost- midcourse- and terminal- defense interceptor programs currently under development.
Martin Marietta and Lockheed bring an outstanding blend of high- technology capabilities and experience to the ground-based interceptor program," said Allan M.
Just one element of the Miniature Kinetic Energy Interceptor Integration program, the Boeing contract is valued at more than $1.
According to documents filed today by Officer Smith's legal team, a consortium of three nationally recognized law firms that specialize in products liability, the suit asserts the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor is not safe for the intended purpose - a vehicle to be used by law enforcement - and is unreasonably dangerous and presents an unreasonable risk of harm.
The PAC-3 MSE missile is a high-velocity interceptor that defends against tactical ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and aircraft.
A senior police official told M AIL T ODAY : " We don't have enough staff to use interceptors.
If you're quick, you can still bag a well-kept Interceptor for less than PS20,000, but it won't be long before they romp to PS50k, and then PS100k for the best.
Enemy missiles that make it through that line of defense are to be shot down in the atmosphere with PAC-3 missile interceptors.
According to Fox News, the extra interceptors on the West Coast, designed to counter attacks from an intercontinental ballistic missile, would bring the total number of interceptors to 44, a plan originally proposed by the Bush administration.