Cobra Judy Overcomes Delays, But Challenges Remain

The U.S. Navy’s shipboard Cobra Judy Replacement (CJR) mobile radar suite—used to monitor and verify missile treaties and provide ballistic missile test data—has overcome programmatic delays and other problems but still faces more obstacles, according to the Pentagon’s Director of Operational Test...

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