U.S. Navy Mulls Cutting Aegis Tests To Save Money

As the U.S. Navy tries to stick to its funding plans for Aegis combat system upgrades, and as successful live-fire tests for the latest software improvements to the system mount, the service is considering flying fewer tests to save money. “They’re looking at ways to consolidate life-fire tests to...

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