WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army is now at an inflection point: After years with little urgency to extend the range of ground-launched missiles and cannons, the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty is no more and countries like Russia, China, and North Korea have built up capabilities of their own systems.
That’s led to what many call a “range gap." Find out more below.
And just how big is that range gap? And how did it get so bad? Find out below.
Now, with the threat clear, the U.S. Army is working hard and fast to catch up. Will it be enough? Watch below to find out.