Inspector General Opens Evaluation Of Hypersonic Missile Programs

A Long Range Hypersonic Weapon battery includes four launchers and eight Dark Eagle missiles.
Credit: Lockheed Martin
The U.S. Defense Department’s Inspector General (IG) has launched an evaluation of the ability of the U.S. Army and Navy’s shared hypersonic programs to meet schedule goals for development and fielding. Randolph Stone, assistant Inspector General for Evaluations of Space, Intelligence, Engineering...

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