House lawmakers throw Homeland Defense Radar-Hawaii another lifeline

By Jason Sherman / July 16, 2021 at 12:24 PM
House lawmakers are recommending $75 million for the Homeland Defense Radar-Hawaii program in fiscal year 2022, a key stepping stone in the legislative process to potentially restoring funding for the ballistic missile defense project that the Pentagon two years in a row has attempted to eliminate. The House Appropriations Committee is calling for the Missile Defense Agency -- which has spent $385 million on the Hawaii radar project since FY-19 -- to continue the S-band sensor in the panel's mark...

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