NORAD Retunes Radar to Detect Slow Moving Objects Like Spy Balloons: John Mills

Kevin Hogan
By Kevin Hogan
February 16, 2023NTD News Today

The U.S. military has made adjustments to how it patrols the skies after the Chinese spy balloon incursion. This includes the monitoring of threats, and how it tracks and responds to them. Retired U.S. Army Colonel John Mills tells NTD that NORAD is retuning radar to pick up slow-moving objects. Mills says objects like the Chinese spy balloons were “essentially ghosts” to the U.S. radar system, but now they are not.

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