Hypersonic missiles scream down onto targets at such a high velocity that they are nearly impossible to destroy or evade. Emerging hypersonic interceptors carry a high explosive warhead to damage or deflect the missile. Unlike ordinary bombs, the warhead on the interceptor, made from plastic-bonded explosive and tungsten particles, does not just fall on the target. The kinetic energy of the warhead on the interceptor can be even larger than the explosive energy. This leads to new chemistry and new mechanical phenomena. We can build arrays of tiny missiles with realistic warheads to study how they interact with and damage targets.