MDA seeks $465M for new Guam command center, initial radar and launcher site

By Jason Sherman / March 12, 2024 at 2:27 PM
The Missile Defense Agency wants to build on Guam a new facility to house a state-of-the-art command center the size of New York's Guggenheim Museum to control a new 360-degree enhanced integrated air and missile defense to shield the U.S. territory from Chinese cruise, ballistic and hypersonic missile threats. MDA’s FY-25 budget request includes $465 million for military construction for a pair of projects on Guam -- including the initial radar and missile interceptor launch site -- to support U.S...

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