Army long-range precision fires to mix artillery and artificial intelligence (AI) for weapons coordination

Nov. 10, 2021
The Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) will provide the Army with a new operational capability at ranges as long as to 310 miles and perhaps beyond.

WASHINGTON – Long-Range Precision Fires (LRPF) represents the U.S. Army’s number-one modernization priority, by combining artillery, missiles, artificial intelligence (AI), and battle management. The National Interest reports. Continue reading original article

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

10 Nov. 2021 -- The immediate goal is to restore advantages in artillery, rockets, and missiles, and playing a central role in a new American way of war by coordinating fires of all types.

The U.S. military seeks a revolution in long-range surveillance and targeting by deploying more and better sensors and developing advanced data management with a heavy reliance on artificial intelligence (AI).

Long-range precision fires seeks to attack critical land and naval targets across an entire theater, create windows of opportunity, and coordination of U.S. air power and maneuver forces against the enemy’s conventional forces.

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John Keller, chief editor
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