War Games: Here’s how much it costs to replace the 59 Tomahawk missiles Trump fired on Syria

Who’s really benefiting?

It could cost about $60 million to replace the cruise missiles that the U.S. military rained on Syrian targets Thursday night.

Each Tomahawk missile, made by Raytheon Co. likely cost $1 million, according to experts.

The U.S. used 59 of them on a Syrian air base in response to the alleged Syrian government’s chemical-weapons attack that killed scores of civilians earlier this week.

Raytheon referred questions around costs to the U.S. Navy’s U.S. Navy’s Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons program weapons program, which did not immediately return a request for comment.

The missiles used on Thursday likely cost the U.S. military around $1 million, but the latest versions of the missile that would replace those could be more costly, depending on size of the order and other factors.”

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On the orders of President Donald Trump, nearly 60 Tomahawk cruise missiles were launched by the U.S. Navy against a Syrian air base at dawn local time last Friday. It’s the first large-scale military operation launched by Trump since he took office in early January.

The Trump Admin. alleged heavy damage on the Shayrat Air Base and caused multiple casualties, according to Al Masar News, which backs the Syrian government.

Who’s really befitting?

It could cost about $60 million to replace the cruise missiles that the U.S. military rained on Syrian targets Thursday night.

Each Tomahawk missile, made by Raytheon Co. (RTN+1.47%) likely cost $1 million, according to experts.

The U.S. used 59 of them on a Syrian air base in response to the alleged Syrian government’s chemical-weapons attack that killed scores of civilians earlier this week.

Raytheon referred questions around costs to the U.S. Navy’s…

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