Army's $7B IAMD program plans test do-over in hopes of production transition

By Jason Sherman / April 7, 2017 at 5:13 PM
The Army is planning a do-over operational test for the $7 billion Integrated Air and Missile Defense program after the Limited User Test conducted last year did not produce results sufficient to support a production decision, triggering a further delay in the Northrop Grumman-led project to build an integrated fire-control network to better shield ground forces from air and missile threats. The IAMD project office scrapped plans for a milestone C review slated for the second quarter of fiscal year...

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