The Cobra Judy Replacement (CJR) program successfully achieved initial operational capability recently, providing the U.S. with high-quality, dual-band radar data in support of ballistic missile treaty verification worldwide. The ship-board CJR was developed and deployed by the U.S. Navy. It is considered to be one of the cornerstone platforms for ballistic missile defense (BMD), which is becoming an increasingly important mission for the nation. The U.S. Air Force now assumes operations ...
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