What a Navy Ship’s Last-Ditch Defense Looks Like

In the vastness of the open ocean, anti-ship missiles must use radar to find their targets. A typical anti-ship missile has an active radar seeker that sweeps the broad, flat expanse of ocean before it. Once it catches a whiff of something on radar, it adjusts course and barrels down on a target until it finally smashes into it.

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