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The agency also plans to deliver an additional 52 Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptors to the Army.
No single interceptor is a silver bullet," said Ralph Acaba, Raytheon vice president of Integrated Air and Missile Defense.
The first interceptors became operational in 2004, just three years after the Sept.
As hundreds of fans and well-wishers queued up to meet the Interceptors throughout the day, the TV cops braved the rain and stayed in town until about 3pm.
Police Interceptors has been broadcast on Channel 5 since 2008.
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.
President Barack Obama stopped the deployment of the additional interceptors when he took office in 2009, leaving the total number at 30.
The restructuring includes spending $1 billion to add 14 new interceptors to the 26 that are in underground silos in Alaska to counter the threat from North Korea.
Midcourse interceptors launched at a predicted intercept point determined before the maneuver have limited flexibility to divert once their boost phase has ended.
The pursuit-rated Ford Police Interceptors come standard with all-wheel-drive.