U.S. Hypersonics Face Uphill Struggle To Match China, Russia

Credit: Chinese hypersonic missile: Wikipedia
ORLANDO—While the U.S. may have woken to the emerging threat of Chinese and Russian hyper velocity weapons, the nation still faces an uphill battle for hypersonic supremacy, warns Michael Griffin, the Pentagon’s new undersecretary of defense for research and engineering. Citing technical hurdles...

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