if I'm doing the math correctly. That should have a pretty flat trajectory, and make a pretty good hole in things.
“I can’t conceive of a future where we would replicate Cold War forces
in Europe,” said Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work, one of the
weapon’s chief boosters. “But I could conceive of a set of railguns that
would be inexpensive but would have enormous deterrent value. They
would have value against airplanes, missiles, tanks, almost anything.”
Anybody else get the feeling these idiots are looking at it as a magic wand? "Gee, put a few of these around and we can get rid of all those troops and vehicles and equipment!"