Army says IBCS executes another round of intercepts during second live-fire test

By Jason Sherman / August 20, 2020 at 6:27 PM
The Army today said it intercepted cruise and ballistic missile targets during an assessment of the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Management System, raising service leaders' expectations that problems which plagued a similar test in 2016 are resolved. IBCS is the backbone of the $7.7 billion Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense program, and the event's results are still subject to in-depth analysis by testing officials. During the second of two planned live-fire tests this month at White Sands...

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