DOD seeks $29.8 billion for FY-24 missile defense and defeat, including $10.9B for MDA

By Jason Sherman / March 13, 2023 at 1:05 PM
The Biden administration is proposing nearly $30 billion in fiscal year 2024 to counter missiles, a request that includes $10.9 billion for the Missile Defense Agency, funds improved space-based sensors, seeks $1.5 billion to defend Guam against Chinese ballistic, cruise and hypersonic threats and bolsters the U.S. military's all-domain missile defense backbone. This spending request advances modernization projects largely consistent with prior plans -- specifically policy goals outlined in the 2022 National Defense Strategy. The bulk of spending on missile...

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