With the recent North Korean missile tests reported at Trump Today News, I suspect that we’ll see more and more military gadgets pop up over the next decade. The prime candidates? Anti-missile defense systems.
Here’s an image of the Phalanx CIWS ship defense gun, a rapid fire, last measure defense gun for incoming anti-ship missiles. The thing basically operates by firing up to 4,500 rounds per minute in an effort to disable the incoming missile by means of brute force.