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MDA working with space community on hypersonic defense

July 10, 2018 |
Justin Doubleday
The Missile Defense Agency is working to better integrate its sensors with those owned by the broader national security space community to track hypersonic missiles, according to an MDA official. The agency has done "a lot of work already" on hypersonic defense, working with the space community, according to Rich Ritter, program executive for C4ISR at MDA. In particular, he said MDA is working to integrate an enterprise sensor network to track maneuvering, low-flying hypersonic weapons. "A sensor is a...

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