House panel moves to jump-start North Warning System modernization, authorizing $25M in FY-22

By Jason Sherman / September 9, 2021 at 4:32 PM
House lawmakers are looking to jump-start funding in fiscal year 2022 to begin modernizing the North Warning System with over-the-horizon radar technology to give North American Aerospace Defense Command's main ground sensor new ability to detect threats to U.S. and Canadian airspace. The $24 billion topline increase proposed as part of the House Armed Services Committee's mark of the FY-22 defense policy bill authorizes $25.1 million for the North Warning System over-the-horizon radar, according to a document that details how...

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