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The US Air Force is closing a program to develop a new helmet-mounted helmet that would help the military combat airborne and ballistic missile threats.
The decision comes as the US Airforce is grappling with a number of challenges, including the slow pace of production and dwindling budgets.
The program, which has been in development since 2013, has been plagued by setbacks and setbacks that have put the program on hold until the Air Force can get a new head of technology to run the program, officials told reporters.
The Air Force has been trying to find a new replacement for the helmet, but some analysts said it may not be possible to develop an entirely new helmet system that fits all the requirements of the Airborne and Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) programs.
“While it’s important to provide all necessary support, the Air Mobility Command has not determined an alternative solution for the mission helmet,” said Col. Bill Moore, a spokesman for the Air Combat Command, the military branch responsible for air combat.
The Army is also looking at a helmet system.
The service said it will not be developing its own helmet system for the MQ-1 Predator.
The MQ1 Predator is a drone that can carry payloads up to 400 pounds.
In recent years, the Pentagon has been investing in its drone programs.
The Defense Department plans to spend $1.4 billion over the next two years to improve its unmanned aerial vehicles, the officials said.
The US has more than 1,200 air combat and anti-aircraft artillery positions, and more than 600 ground-based weapons systems.
The Pentagon plans to have about 4,500 people working on the MRT-1 air combat system.