US plans $4.2 bn Patriot missile sale to Kuwait

A Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missile launcher is deployed on Japan's southern island of Ishigakiin April 2012The Pentagon said Wednesday it planned to sell 60 Patriot missiles to Kuwait in a deal worth an estimated $4.2 billion, as the emirate tries to bolster its defenses against the threat from Iran.


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