$49M for U.S. Catch-Up in Weapons Advances

The Army is fast-tracking the fielding of 50 kilowatt-class lasers on a platoon of Stryker vehicles by late fiscal year 2022. It hopes to help counter a Russia/China leap in hypersonic weapons. Radiance Technologies, in Huntsville, has landed a $49.1 million U.S. Army contract to speed development of lasers to respond…

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