Upcoming USAF Budget To Include New Approach To Base Defense

A U.S. Army Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System rolls off a U.S. Air Force C-17 in Rota, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, in March 2022.

Credit: U.S. Army
SIMI VALLEY, California—The U.S. Air Force will lay out a new approach to protecting its forces in the Indo-Pacific region under a threat from Chinese long-range missiles, looking for a new mix of active defenses along with a hardening of bases and deception. Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall says...

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