Senate panel includes funds to jump-start new CMD capability for U.S., Canada

By Jason Sherman / November 20, 2020 at 3:51 PM
Lawmakers have proposed a nearly $40 million addition to the Pentagon's budget in fiscal year 2021 to advance efforts aimed at adding a layer to the Ballistic Missile Defense System for detecting and tracking cruise missiles to address the growing threat to the United States and Canada from Russian bombers. The Senate Appropriations Committee, in its mark of the FY-21 defense spending bill , would fund a new Cruise Missile Defense for the Homeland-Indications and Warning project identified as an...

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