AMDR tracks medium-range ballistic missile target in key developmental test

By Jason Sherman  
August 15, 2017 at 3:02 PM
The Navy's next-generation, surface warfare radar program -- the Air and Missile Defense Radar -- late last month successfully tracked a target during a developmental test against a medium-range ballistic missile, an assessment that builds on a test earlier this year to detect and track a short-range ballistic missile target. The flight test, designated Vigilant Titan, was the second in a series of flight tests slated for 2017 for the AMDR program, a $6.1 billion acquisition effort in development by...

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