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VIDEO: A1, the Pebble Curtain anti-ballistic system successor

For the validation of the A1 solution, we used data from the American Pebble Curtain strategic anti-ballistic system intended for the defense of MX ICBM silos, an anti-ballistic program closed at the protest of the USSR in the 80s, during the Reagan administration.

The A1 warhead consists of 10 tons of projectiles that are released into the path of enemy missiles. Impacting enemy missiles with these projectiles, at hypersonic speed, destroys the missiles before they reach the defended objective.

The development of the A1 product is in line with ARCA's policy of producing exclusively defensive, non-lethal weapons, with the proceeds being allocated to the development of the civilian AMi Exploration and EcoRocket programs.

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