U.S. Kill Vehicle Production Gap Looms
At Raytheon’s Space Factory, nestled in the Sonoran Desert, engineers are building some of the world’s most complex and sensitive military devices: Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicles, or EKVs, designed to protect the U.S. homeland from the world’s deadliest weapons.In a room designed to filter out nearly...
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