MDAA Alerts

May 31, 2018

Change of Command, Not Change of Intent

“When I took this podium in 2015, I said there was no shortage of challenges that confront us: from North Korea to China to Russia to terrorism… North Korea remains our most imminent threat and a nuclear-capable North Korea with missiles that can reach the United States is unacceptable.” – Admiral Harry Harris Jr., former… read more

May 25, 2018

Over the Horizon

Dear Members and Friends, Up where the snow and ice begins to melt and across the northern pole where international air, space and sea separate seven countries (U.S., Russia, Canada, Finland, Sweden, Greenland, and Norway) from each other. It is a fenceless border where no walls can be put up. Just the natural barriers of… read more

May 24, 2018

Hope, Peace, and Vigilance

Dear Members and Friends, We remain hopeful that North Korea will return to the talks. We remain steadfast that peace is in the best interest for all involved and for the world. We remain vigilant in our nation’s evolving missile defenses to enable hope, peace and defense to negate any and all North Korean ballistic… read more

May 21, 2018

Over the Top

Winners associate with Winners and we associated with the 49th State of Alaska and it’s absolute critical and reliable capability to track and defeat everything North Korea has to strike the 50 United States. In a historic time and past year that these missile defense systems in Alaska, the Cobra Dane Radar, Upgraded Early Warning… read more

May 18, 2018

New Layers

On Wednesday, we were honored to have a great open and educating discussion on new layers of missile defense on Capitol Hill, with three key renown experts and leaders on our nation’s missile defense, to discuss the acquisition and development, the physics and science, and the policy and legislative challenges of the evolution of our… read more

May 11, 2018

Boomer Sooner

In the middle of Oklahoma on the Old Chisholm Trail, the United States Army brought their “Fires” together at Fort Sill. This vast enterprise included air defense and long distance fires, two of the top six U.S. Army priorities with their newly appointed Cross Functional Teams (CFTs) to exponentially speed up the requirement and development processes for new fielded… read more

May 8, 2018

Impending Consequences

Today, President Donald Trump announced he will terminate the United States’ participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran and will begin re-imposing U.S. sanctions on Iran that were lifted by the deal. The impending consequences from Iran to the United States and Europe, may duplicate the proven North Korean strategy of accelerating… read more

April 27, 2018

A Bridge Over Troubled Water

Today, a historic day long summit between North Korea’s Kim Jong-un and South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in was achieved and the two leaders signed and announced the Panmunjom Declaration for Peace, Prosperity, and Unification on the Korean Peninsula. In the declaration, the two agreed to alleviate military tension on the peninsula, cooperate to end the… read more

April 25, 2018

Filling the Gap in Europe

With complete suppression and dominance of their airspace by Russian Forces, the Ukrainian military from land has shot down hundreds and hundreds of Russian drones with antiquated machine guns and rifles this past year. Over 641 Russian drones last year have intruded into Ukraine’s airspace providing artillery firing solutions and intelligence of Ukraine troops and… read more

April 19, 2018

Space, Hypersonic Glide, and Directed Energy

On Tuesday, the House Armed Services Committee’s Strategic Forces Subcommittee held a hearing on the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Request for Missile Defense and Missile Defeat Programs. Witnesses for the hearing were the Honorable John Rood, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, General Lori Robinson, Commander of U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command,… read more

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