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Hawaii could house missile interceptors sooner than later

  • COURTESY MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY

    An SM-3 IIA defensive missile, fired from the Aegis Ashore facility on Kauai, scored a hit against an intermediate-range ballistic missile target in a test on Dec. 11.

Hawaii may become the first state in the nation to get a new type of ground-based missile interceptor — in addition to the powerful $1 billion radar that’s already in the works — to better protect against North Korean missile attack. Read more

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