Neset Akozbek

In this Nov. 27, 2017, photo released by the U.S. Northern Command Alaskan NORAD Region/Alaskan Command/11th Air Force shows the Cobra Dane radar, a single faced ground-based, L-band phased-array radar located at Eareckson Air Station, Shemya, Alaska. The U.S. military wants to install missile defense radar, similar to this one shown, in Hawaii to identify any ballistic missiles that are fired from North Korea or elsewhere, officials said Tuesday, June 26, 2018. (Chief Petty Officer Brandon Raile/U.S. Air Force via AP)

Getting technical at the Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command in Alabama

The armed forces have all been pursuing better technology for directed energy, laser beams for weapons of the future. Now, lasers have been around for…

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