The space wars are heating up. Boeing has found itself competing for the first time to keep its U.S. missile defense work, with Lockheed Martin also vying for a shot at the $10 billion government contract. The Missile Defense Agency, which has a sizeable presence at Schriever Air Force Base, will soon take bids on […]

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