Air Force, Navy team examining commonality for future strategic missiles

By Justin Doubleday / January 22, 2016 at 10:00 AM
A team comprised of Air Force and Navy officials is analyzing how the two services could use common subsystems and components in their future strategic missiles, according to a recent report. The assessment team is led by the Air Force's program executive office for strategic missile systems and the director of Navy strategic systems programs, according to a report delivered to Congress in December by Pentagon acquisition chief Frank Kendall's office. The group also includes representatives from U.S. Strategic Command,...

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