Extended Range Interceptor (ERINT)
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Extended Range Interceptor (ERINT)

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      The ERINT, a hit-to-kill technology air defense missile, was 15.7 feet long, 10 inches in diameter and weighed approximately 700 pounds.
     The ERINT was subsequently selected to be the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missile. The first developmental test flight of the PAC-3 at White Sands was conducted on 29 September 1997.
     To view the four photos in this composite, use the arrows at the top of the page.