PACOM Commander Seeks Aegis Ashore To Defend Guam

Aegis Ashore deckhouse.
Aegis Ashore deckhouse.
Credit: U.S. Missile Defense Agency
An Aegis Ashore air defense system for Guam could be delivered in 2026, if funding is approved in fiscal 2021, according to the leader of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command. Guam, a U.S. territory, is currently defended by the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense System (Thaad) using an Aegis destroyer, Adm...

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