INDOPACOM ranks additional funding for Guam defense system, Hawaii missile defense radar on FY-22 wish list

By Jason Sherman / June 11, 2021 at 2:39 PM
The head of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command is seeking full funding in fiscal year 2022 for a new Guam missile defense system -- arguing the project requires an additional $231.7 million beyond the Missile Defense Agency's request of $118.3 million -- as well as advocating for the Homeland Defense Radar-Hawaii, which MDA declined to resource in its annual spending request for a second consecutive year. These two priorities are part of a 13-project wish list totaling $889 million that INDOPACOM Commander...

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