—A classified report delivered to Congress says F-22 restart would cost $50 billion for an additional 194 aircraft. The estimate includes $9.9 billion in start-up costs, with each aircraft costing $206-216 million: Military.com.—A June 21 development flight test of a Standard Missile-3 Block IIA missile, conducted by the US Missile Defense Agency and the Japan Ministry of Defense off the coast of Hawaii, failed. The missile is being built to counter medium- and intermediate-range ballistic missiles: MDA release—US tech firms may be inadvertently enabling Russian cyberattacks: Reuters
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