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Japan to get latest Aegis ballistic barb interceptors from US

The US Defense Department’s Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) announced on Dec 9 that the US supervision plans to concede the sale of 4 Raytheon Standard SM-3 Block IIA missiles and concordant Mk 29 launch canisters from BAE Systems to Japan. The estimated cost will be $133.3 million. The US State Department has authorized the sale, and the DSCA has told Congress of the tentative sale.

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