U.S. Navy Rallies Congress To Fund Hypersonic Strike Development

Credit: Artist’s concept of hypersonic glide body.
The U.S. Navy is rallying Congress to not cut fiscal 2020 funding for weapons programs like the hypersonic glide body, which if the reduction stands would delay the program for a full year. The House Appropriations Committee’s mark of the fiscal 2020 defense appropriations bill cuts $183.7 million...

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