U.S. Missile Defenses Expanding Into Space and Boost Phase

Credit: Missile Defense Agency

The U.S. military’s 20-year-old defensive architecture against a limited missile attack is expanding higher into space, deeper into hostile territory and wider to cover a broader range of threats. The first U.S. Missile Defense Review in nine years formally recasts the mission of the Missile Defense...

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