The Missile Defense Agency plans to revive efforts to pursue a space-based interceptor missile, according to Defense Department sources. MDA's fiscal 2005 budget request, now before Congress, includes about $10 million for a space-based Kinetic Energy Interceptor (KEI) test bed, the DOD sources told The DAILY late Feb. 19. The money would be used for risk reduction efforts, including concept analysis, war-gaming and initial development and testing of lightweight interceptor ...

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