MDAA Alerts

May 12, 2017

Between a ROK and a Hard Place

The deployment of the THAAD ballistic missile defense system in Seongju County on the Korean Peninsula, operated and paid for by the United States, is to defend all of the United States military forces on the Peninsula from the North Korean nuclear ballistic missile threat. An over 50,000 American force deployed to bases and ports around… read more

May 10, 2017

World Champs

In Alaska, in the midst of the Northern Edge exercise (link), the official visit of the Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov for the Arctic Council (link), the visits of the missile defense sites in Alaska by the Chief of the National Guard, Gen. Joseph L. Lengyel and the Hawaiian… read more

May 8, 2017

49er Faithful

The 49th State of America, Alaska, on top of the World is the vanguard for our nation against all threats coming over the top of the world into the lower 49 states. This American vanguard has stood guard from its outposts in the outer Aleutian Islands and its interior of critical Air Force and Army bases from the threats… read more

May 5, 2017

The Buck Stops Here

Last May the State of Hawaii’s Legislators sent a letter asking for better missile defense of Hawaii from North Korea to the President of the United States, Barack Obama, their entire Congressional Delegation and the Pacific Combatant Commander, Admiral Harry Harris (Link to the letter). Since the letter was sent on May 23, 2016, North Korea… read more

May 4, 2017

Breaking MDAA in the News: Activate Kauai Missile Shield, Expert Urges

On Wednesday (May 3), Riki Ellison briefed the Hawaii State Legislature’s House Veterans, Military, International Affairs, and Culture and the Arts Committee and Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee. Below is a preview of the Honolulu Star Advertiser’s article “Activate Kauai Missile Shield, Expert Urges,” reporting on the briefing. Hawaii shouldn’t be held for “nuclear ransom”… read more

May 2, 2017

On the Other Side of the World

“I know the focus of the world right now is on North Korea, and it’s pretty satisfying to know that we have capability that’s in play today, that we have invested in, we have tested in, and it’s working in terms of creating stability in that situation today. So everyone of our territories, everyone of… read more

April 28, 2017

Not If, But When

North Korea has fired a ballistic missile (link) that failed and caps off the past two days, in the capital of the United States, has brought forward the highest level of public awareness for our nation’s need for missile defense to defend against the ballistic missile threat from North Korea to the United States. On… read more

April 27, 2017

“If It Flies, It Dies”

This week, Admiral Harry Harris, Commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, testified before Congress on “Military Assessment of the Security Challenges in the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region” and “United States Pacific Command and United States Forces Korea.” Below are key statements made by Admiral Harris regarding missile defense. MILITARY ASSESSMENT OF THE SECURITY CHALLENGES IN THE INDO-ASIA-PACIFIC… read more

April 21, 2017

“The Shield Stands Guard”

The shield that guards and defends the United States homeland from North Korean ballistic missiles stands capable and effective with the confidence of the United States President and the military commanders in charge of defending the United States of America. Since March 14, 2006 when Admiral Timothy Keating, Commander of U.S. Northern Command from November… read more

April 17, 2017

“The Era of Strategic Patience Is Over”

On the Korean Peninsula this weekend, at the optimal time and place for North Korea to empower themselves as a nuclear power to the region and extradite the United States of America to come to their terms, there was no sixth North Korean nuclear test nor was there extended range threshold breaking North Korean ballistic… read more

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