Kendall says OCX meeting was a “mixed bag” of results
Air Force declares Nunn-McCurdy breach on GPS ground system
Next-gen GPS ground system passes early test
New GPS 3 ground system is the Pentagon’s “most troubled” program
Air Force turns to Lockheed Martin as concerns about OCX intensify
U.S. Missile Defense Agency claims success in non-intercept test
New SM-3 variant faces two intercept tests this year
Pentagon Vows Tough Scrutiny of Raytheon GPS Control System
Raytheon Wins $2.3 billion Sole Source Award for SM-3 Variant
MDA Tests Two SM-3 Variants in Three Days
GPS 3 Ground Segment Faces Two More Years of Delay
Kendall Says Recompeting OCX is a Possibility
Troubled Ground System for Next-gen GPS Under Heavy Scrutiny
Lockheed, Raytheon To Develop Advanced Kill Vehicle Concepts

U.S. Approves Sale of Raytheon Forward-based Radars


The U.S. government has cleared the way for allies to purchase and deploy a Raytheon-built ballistic missile defense radar in forward-based mode, according to a June 11 press release from the company.

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U.S.-Japan Interceptor Makes its First Flight

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