Ill-fated Gray Wolf networked cruise missile program extended into 2020

By Sara Sirota  
October 15, 2019 at 10:20 AM
The initial and final phase of the Air Force's Gray Wolf project -- a short-lived effort to create a networked cruise missile capability -- will not come to an end this year as expected, since scheduling issues have delayed flight tests of the preliminary platform developed by Northrop Grumman. Brig. Gen. Anthony Genatempo, the service's program executive officer for weapons, said in June that Gray Wolf would be canceled after tests planned for this past summer, but problems with wind...

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