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The Navy’s electromagnetic railgun is officially dead
The United States has lost the railgun wars.
The Pentagon used a hypersonic bullet to shoot down a mock cruise missile for the first time
The U.S. military's vaunted hypervelocity projectile (HVP) just took major step towards knocking incoming cruise missiles out of the sky
Navy test-fires Hyper Velocity Projectile
The Navy's electromagnetic railgun fires a hyper velocity projectile (HVP) during testing at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD)
The Navy’s $500 million effort to develop a futuristic railgun is going nowhere fast
After years of troubled development, the Navy's much-hyped electromagnetic railgun appears stuck in research limbo, according to budget documents reviewed by Task & Purpose
The Navy’s electromagnetic railgun is undergoing ‘shakedown’ tests at the White Sands Missile Range
The Navy's electromagnetic railgun is undergoing what officials described as "essentially a shakedown" of critical systems before finally installing a tactical demonstrator aboard a surface warship, the latest sign that the once-beleaguered supergun may actually end up seeing combat
The Navy’s electromagnetic railgun may finally see testing on a warship
After more than a decade of research and development and upwards of $500 million in funding, the Navy finally plans on testing its much-hyped electromagnetic railgun prototype on a surface warship in a major milestone for the beleaguered weapons system, Navy documents reveal
What the hell is China’s new patented ‘magnetized plasma artillery’?
But Chinese scientists believe that magnetized plasma artillery will be so light and energy-efficient that it can be mounted on tanks
The Navy’s top officer just admitted the much-hyped electromagnetic railgun is a big mess
Less than a year after declaring the U.S. Navy "fully invested" in the service's much-hyped electromagnetic railgun, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson is apparently experiencing some buyer's remorse over the $500 million supergun's troubled development
The Navy Quietly Tested Supersonic Ammo At Sea Last Year
The U.S. Navy quietly test-fired 20 supersonic shells originally intended for the service's futuristic electromagnetic railgun from the conventional deck guns during an international military exercise at sea last summer
China’s Electromagnetic Railgun Is Apparently Already Roaming The High Seas
New photos appear to show the railgun perched on the bow of a Type 072III-class landing ship at sea
China Just Blew The US Navy’s Electromagnetic Railgun Out Of The Water
While the United States spent years dithering over the future of its much-hyped electromagnetic railgun project, China ate its lunch....
The Navy’s Electromagnetic Railgun Is Both Alive And Dead
The Navy will continue to fund research and development efforts related to the service’s much-hyped electromagnetic railgun but will likely...
Here’s What We Know About China’s Secretive Electromagnetic Railgun
The Navy’s futuristic electromagnetic railgun may be dead in the water, but other countries appear to be plowing ahead with...
The Pentagon’s Next Supersonic Bullet Is Almost Ready To See Action
The Department of Defense is preparing to test-fire a next-generation hypervelocity projectile (HVP) — a supersonic shell that can hit...
The Navy’s Much-Hyped Electromagnetic Railgun May End Up Dead In The Water
It can fire a solid metal slug at speeds of up to 4,500 mph, or Mach 6. It can hit...
The Navy’s Electromagnetic Railgun Just Took A Major Step Forward
The Navy’s much-hyped electromagnetic railgun has come a long way. Ever since the futuristic cannon enjoyed a public debut at...