Did Raytheon’s Supersized Interceptor Fail Aegis Ashore Test?

Credit: Missile Defense Agency
Something seems to have gone awry with the latest Raytheon Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block 2A intercept tests in Hawaii. It was meant to be the final developmental test of the upsized anti-ballistic exoatmospheric interceptor, and the first from a land-based Aegis Ashore facility. It would have also...

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