CREATE A NEW U.S. missile defense radar and kinetic INTERCEPTOR

CREATE A NEW U.S. missile defense radar and kinetic INTERCEPTOR
Agency of the U.S. Missile Defense assesses the ability of creating a new kinetic interceptor missile ground-based reports Reuters.

March 4 Agency Director Vice Admiral James Sayring (James Syring, pictured) told reporters in the budget in 2015 also included the costs of establishing new radar detection in the interests of distant pros to better identify, track down and destroy enemy missiles.

According to him, the company Raytheon, Boeing and Lockheed Martin have begun work on a brand new kinetic interceptor, the agency will be able to choose one of them for adopting. Sayring said the new radar and interceptor kinetic can be taken into service in 2020.

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