IBCS program, on thin ice with Army leadership two years ago, wins backing of top brass

By Jason Sherman / August 21, 2020 at 3:15 PM
The Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System -- a project that has consumed $2.7 billion and more than a decade just to commence limited user testing -- won strong public backing from Army leaders this week, a turnaround from two years ago when the program was allegedly at risk of being dramatically curtailed or even terminated over schedule delays and cost. Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Joseph Martin said the promise of IBCS -- the backbone of...

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