US Army Corps of Engineers
Alaska District

LRDR Construction
Since 1999, the Missile Defense Agency and the Corps’ Alaska District have collaborated to design and construct infrastructure to bolster the nation’s defense posture against foreign-launched missile systems. Since then, the district has designed six facilities, completed 63 projects and are actively engaged in 13 other missile defense-related construction efforts such as Clear Air Force Station’s $347 million Long Range Discrimination Radar complex. The two agencies’ combined efforts to date have resulted in the design and construction of missile defense facilities in Alaska valued at about $1.26 billion.

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