Raytheon Proposes SM-3/ADMR To Defend Hawaii

Raytheon wants to defend Hawaii using “full-caliber” Standard Missile-3 Block 2A exoatmospheric interceptors, paired with its scalable Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR). Company officials say they are studying options for deploying 13.5-in. Block 1B and larger 21-in. Block 2B Standard Missile...

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