B-2 DMS-M delays triggered quarterly SAR report to Congress last fall detailing revised milestones, new targets

By Jason Sherman  
January 23, 2020 at 2:54 PM
Setbacks in the Air Force's program to ready the B-2 bomber to fight in contested environments triggered a new Selected Acquisition Report for the project, generating a previously unreported October assessment on the consequences of an 18-month, key software delivery delay that is forecast to push initial operations of the modernized bomber from 2022 to 2024. On Oct. 9, the Air Force transmitted a "quarterly exception" SAR for the B-2 Defensive Management System-Modernization (DMS-M) program to "reflect delays to multiple...

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