DARPA Seeks Tech For Counter-Hypersonics Interceptor
As the U.S. races to field hypersonic strike missiles, DARPA is moving to tackle the next major problem: defending against similar hard-to-intercept weapons under development or already fielded in China and Russia. Released on Nov. 7, the broad area announcement (BAA) for the Glide Breaker program...
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