Army's hypersonic glide body industrial base training about halfway complete

By Ashley Tressel / August 5, 2020 at 2:51 PM
(Editor's Note: This story has been corrected to reflect that Lockheed Martin -- not Raytheon -- will complete the assembly, integration and test of the hypersonic glide body.) The Army and its partner companies are making strides to build an industrial base for the service's future long-range, offensive hypersonic weapon, a service official said today. Lt. Gen. Neil Thurgood, director of hypersonics, directed energy, space, and rapid acquisition, said during a virtual Defense News space and missile defense...

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