Fate of new Hawaii missile defense radar in DEPSECDEF's hands after MDA completes mandated sensor study

By Jason Sherman / June 30, 2020 at 11:49 AM
(Correction: This story has been updated to reflect the ground radar being considered for termination is the Homeland Defense Radar-Hawaii not the Pacific Radar. Missile Defense Agency spokesman Mark Wright said that Vice Adm. Hill's comments were about the Hawaii sensor, not the Pacific. We regret the error.) The Defense Department has completed a study that will determine the fate of the Homeland Defense Radar-Hawaii, a planned $1 billion, long-range, ground sensor project that was effectively defunded in the...

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