The Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency has brought in some high-profile management prowess to accelerate the fielding of new missile defense equipment and to quickly deliver new tools such as high-performance boosters, mini kill vehicles and High-Altitude Airship sensor platforms. The recent managerial moves are part of MDA Director Lt. Gen. Ronald Kadish's effort to overhaul the agency and position it to develop an overarching missile defense system--freed of 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile ...

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