Ascent Interception Likely Needed For Hypersonics, USAF General Says

TOKYO—Defense against maneuvering hypersonic missiles will probably require interception while weapons are still climbing, former U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command chief Gen. Herbert Carlisle said. Spaced-based sensors for the defense system look like the best choice, Carlisle said. While describing...

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