Inside the Army - September 10, 2018

DOD IG to audit Army's Integrated Air and Missile Defense program

Ashley Tressel   | September 07, 2018
The Defense Department's inspector general has begun an audit to assess the affordability of the Army's Integrated Air and Missile Defense program, the IG announced last month. The ambitious IAMD program contains multiple efforts to achieve network-centric, "plug-and-fight" integration of capabilities like the Sentinel radar and Patriot air-defense launchers, and eventually the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system and Indirect Fire Protection Capability. "Our objective is to determine whether the Army is developing an affordable Integrated Air and Missile Defense...

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