PTSS Kill Leaves Hole In Missile Defense Sensor Plan

Credit: Ben Cooper/AW&ST
Since President Ronald Reagan's time, U.S. Missile Defense experts have pursued the notion of “birth-to-death” tracking of ballistic missiles to improve the chances of an intercept. Though the billions of dollars spent on a new missile warning system have begun to bear fruit, the Pentagon is still...

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