DOD looking anew at how best to provide Hawaii missile defense radar cover

By Jason Sherman / April 7, 2022 at 5:27 PM
Under continuing pressure from Congress to improve the ballistic missile detection capability for Hawaii, the Defense Department has commenced a new analysis that aims to influence investments beginning in fiscal year 2024 for how the archipelago state will be protected from the advancing threat of North Korean long-range rockets. The office of cost assessment and program evaluation is spearheading the new study which comes as the Pentagon submitted to Congress a fiscal year 2023 budget that for a third consecutive...

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