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Japanese Navy will use missile interception system

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The Japanese Navy will use a new missile interception system on two new destroyers equipped with the Aegis information management system, which will come into service in 2019-2020, reports RIA News message of the newspaper "Yomiuri".


Japanese Navy will use missile interception system


For these purposes, $ 1,5 billion will be allocated to each ship.

According to the newspaper, “the new guidance information exchange system developed by the USA will allow the use of radar guidance from one destroyer equipped with Aegis to intercept missiles by another destroyer.”

It is noted that "the current information exchange system is imperfect and requires additional guidance of the Aegis radar on the ship from which the interception will be conducted."

Japan has four Aegis ships equipped with SM-3 missile interceptor missile intercept missiles. Each installation is designed for a maximum of eight starts. “This may not be enough with a massive rocket attack from the DPRK,” the newspaper writes.

The exchange of guidance radar data will allow the use of information obtained by the destroyer from the Aegis stationed in the Sea of ​​Japan closer to the launch point of the DPRK missiles, the intercept system of another ship located in the Pacific Ocean. Thus, the new guidance data exchange system will allow using the Aegis system on remote ships to destroy missiles.

In the future, it is planned to introduce a new system on other ships already operating in the Navy, having made the necessary improvements on them.
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  1. Alexander Svistoplyasov
    Alexander Svistoplyasov 11 January 2018 12: 34
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    And when will the samurai be freed from American occupation?
    1. Sands Careers General
      Sands Careers General 11 January 2018 12: 46
      +4
      They need it, the new Hiroshima with Nagasaki? Once they got it from everyone, now their main master is overseas, and not the clown — the emperor or the prime minister — the talking head.
      1. Shurik70
        Shurik70 12 January 2018 20: 15
        +1
        A new guidance information exchange system developed by the United States will allow the use of guidance radar data from one destroyer equipped with Aegis to intercept missiles with another destroyer

        DO NOT UNDERSTAND ... belay
        And what, hadn’t this happened before? Back in the late 50s, missile defense guidance systems in the USA and the USSR began to be integrated into a single system.
    2. LSA57
      LSA57 11 January 2018 12: 54
      +1
      Quote: Alexander Svistoplyasov
      And when will the samurai be freed from American occupation?

      never. the striped never let their vassals go
    3. KaPToC
      KaPToC 11 January 2018 13: 28
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      Quote: Alexander Svistoplyasov
      And when will the samurai be freed from American occupation?

      Why do you need this? Do you want to fight them again? May Germany and Japan be under occupation forever.
  2. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 11 January 2018 12: 42
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    Japanese Navy will use a new missile interception system
    Look how fussed and crippled under Eun and with the filing of the United States. Well, let them shake their wallet to the joy of the DPRK.
    1. LSA57
      LSA57 11 January 2018 12: 56
      +1
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Well, let them shake their wallet to the joy of the DPRK.

      and DPRK what joy from this? belay Will they transfer money to them by bank transfer? laughing
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 11 January 2018 13: 00
        +2
        When you (DPRK) force your opponent (Japan) to throw money almost to the wind, then why not be happy?
        1. LSA57
          LSA57 11 January 2018 13: 05
          +1
          Quote: rotmistr60
          almost to the wind, why not be satisfied?

          why not the wind? laughing I just now presented how the festivities began in the DPRK over the "money thrown into the wind"
          the Japanese will give everyone a head start in spending on anything. and will never invest in empty projects. since they didn’t buy it in mattresses, it means they’ve made their own safer
        2. KaPToC
          KaPToC 11 January 2018 13: 29
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          Quote: rotmistr60
          When you (DPRK) force your opponent (Japan) to throw money almost to the wind, then why not be happy?

          DPRK here what side? This system is against Russian cruise missiles.
  3. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 11 January 2018 13: 09
    +2
    It is strange that they did not have this system so far.
    This is the main strength of Aegis: the ability to transmit a target (BRDS) from
    ship to ship and shoot it sequentially from different
    ships in case of miss the previous
    1. Fayter2017
      Fayter2017 12 January 2018 11: 30
      +1
      Sequentially? Each subsequent slip will make the operator nervous, and the new Fukushima is not far away.