The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded Teledyne Ryan a $14.1 million contract to prototype and fly a Miniature Air-Launched Interceptor (MALI) with supersonic capability to kill cruise missiles. The interceptor will be an air-launched missile for U.S. Air Force F-16s and eventually transition to a ground-launch capability for use off of U.S. Army Humvees, explained Air Force Lt. Col. Walt Price, program manager, in an interview with The DAILY. The ...

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