Faulty Rocket Component Cause Of Failed SM-3 Block IIA Test

Credit: SM-3 launch: MDA
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama—The Pentagon determined the failure of a Standard Missile Block IIA test shot from an Aegis Ashore site in Hawaii roughly seven months ago was due to a faulty rocket component, and not the warhead. Missile Defense Agency Director Air Force Lt. Gen. Samuel Greaves said here during...

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