NORAD eyes additional FY-22 funding for cruise missile defense elevated sensors, Arctic pLEO communications

By Jason Sherman / June 9, 2021 at 2:26 PM
The head of the bi-national North American Aerospace Defense Command has outlined for Congress a trio of unfunded fiscal year 2022 elevated sensor projects aimed at improving the U.S. and Canada's ability to defend domestic targets against advanced Russian and Chinese subsonic and hypersonic cruise missiles as well as maritime surface threats. On June 7, Gen. Glen VanHerck sent lawmakers a list -- obtained by Inside Defense -- of FY-22 priorities not funded in the Pentagon's spending request that...

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