MDA cleared to re-purpose Hawaii Homeland Defense Radar on Guam, dodging four-year delay

By Jason Sherman / January 4, 2024 at 3:16 PM
The Defense Department can now re-purpose a homeland defense radar for Guam after the Senate dropped its opposition to the move, lending speed to the project to improve air- and missile defenses of the Western Pacific U.S. territory. The radar was originally purchased for Hawaii but never emplaced due to local opposition over the size and impact of the large sensor . House and Senate lawmakers stripped from final legislation that is now the Fiscal Year 2024 National Defense Authorization...

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