Up to $471.9M for Multi-Level ABM Systems Development

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A series of contract announcements last week all point toward multi-level development of critical anti-ballistic missile (ABM) defenses and components in the USA, mirroring a similar series of recent announcements from its main partner Japan. Contracts included SM-3 missiles, midcourse kill vehicles, sensor technologies, and algorithms, and totaled $220.8 million.

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