LAUREL, Md. - The Navy hopes to begin developing a hypersonic strike missile in fiscal year 2004 or 2005 as an Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration (ACTD), after failing to get a similar initiative approved for FY '03. "I don't think we need it next week, but we need to get moving," Rear Adm. John Chenevey, the Navy's program executive officer for strike weapons and unmanned aviation, told The DAILY at the Precision Strike Association's 2003 Technology Symposium here Oct. 14. "The ...

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