>1 Arrow 3 Interception (first ever instance of space warfare)
>2+(?) Arrow 2 interceptions
>60 David's Sling interceptions
>thousands of iron dome interceptions
>idf reports iron dome 88% interception rate per-interceptor
what's interesting about this is that they seem to have an automated system for assigning interceptors to targets and a system for redirecting and re-assigning interceptors in the air after launch which as far as i remember i dont think was ever done by other air defense systems.
could this be used to essentially have a sequential stream of interceptor rockets in the air targeting the enemy aircraft/munitions (assuming theyre bunched up) spaced apart so if the first interceptor misses the second one targets the same target but if it hits the second one can be quickly redirected?
this system is basically controlling a 'swarm' of interceptors except they are centrally controlled