Multiple Launch Rocket System

The Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) provides the Army an all-weather, indirect, area fire weapon system to strike counterfire, air defense, armored formations, and other high-payoff targets at all depths of the tactical battlefield.

IMI completed tests to verify its system to improve the accuracy of Lockheed Martin's 227 mm MLRS. IMI's Trajectory Correction System (TCS) has been termed as a most cost-effective solution than global-positioning systems meant to improve the trajectory of guided rockets used for Lockheed Martin's platform. Industry sources said the Israeli military plans to introduce the TCS into its 64 MLRS launchers over the next year. They said the system has also garnered interest from unspecified foreign militaries.