(Worthy News) – The U.S. military has completed construction on a long-range radar for an Alaska-based missile-defense system that can track intercontinental ballistic missiles, the Pentagon says.
The Defense Department on December 6 said the system will also protect the United States against future threats such as hypersonic weapons.
The Defense Department said in 2015 that it was planning to deploy a new long-range radar in central Alaska that would help U.S. missile defenses better identify potential missiles launched by Iran or North Korea and bolster the capacity of interceptors in that state and in California. [ Source: Radio Free Europe (Read More…) ]
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