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Space Force completes enterprise review of missile warning systems

Space Force completes enterprise review of missile warning systems
The head of the U.S. Space Force said the service recently completed an enterprise review of the military’s missile warning, missile defense architecture, noting he was “extremely pleased” with how it was received by the Joint Requirements Oversight Council.

“We just pulled together a very broad team, made up of organizations around the Department of Defense and did an enterprise level review of our missile warning, missile tracking, missile defense architectures and briefed the JROC on that just a couple of weeks ago. That went extremely well,” said Chief of Space Operations Gen. John “Jay” Raymond, elaborating that the effort would “make sure everybody is rolling in the same direction, reducing duplication of effort and saving money for Americans.”

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