Weapons testing ranges ‘do not match adversary capabilities’

The U.S. military needs to improve its weapons testing ranges to better match the increasing capabilities of potential adversaries, according to the Defense Department’s new director of operational test and evaluation, Robert Behler. In an annual report to Congress, Behler warned that 28 percent of current DoD weapons ranges are in “poor to failing condition” […]
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