Military leaders from the Pentagon, Italy and Germany were in Central New York this week to witness a classified test of a missile defense system.
As part of the test, a small plane and a simulated tactical ballistic missile were detected and tracked by the Medium Extended Air Defense System, or MEADS, its developers said today.
MEADS, developed in part by Lockheed Martin with partners in Italy and Germany, was tested using radars placed at Lockheed’s test range in Cazenovia and on its campus at Electronics Park in Salina.
Marty Coyne, business development director for MEADS International, said the test conducted Wednesday was a success by all measures.
MEADS and Lockheed Martin officials said they could not release photos or videos of the test because of the classified nature, nor could they disclose the names of the NATO officials who witnessed the demonstration.
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