MDAA in the News

May 4, 2017 | MDAA in the News

Analyzing the Threat from North Korea

NBC10 @Issue: US Intelligence sources say they see signs North Korea is preparing for a nuclear test despite warnings from Washington. NBC10’s Vai Sikahema speaks to Riki Ellison, the founder of the Missle Defense Advocacy Alliance, about how serious the threat from North Korea is. Click here to watch the interview with Riki Ellison.… read more

May 3, 2017 | MDAA in the News

Strictly Security With Barbara Opll-Rome

Strictly Security: Click here to watch Riki Ellison’s interview on Strictly Security. Skip to the five minute mark of the video to see the segment with Riki’s interview.… read more

May 3, 2017 | MDAA in the News

Kauai’s PMRF could be Hawaii’s one-shot defense during a missile attack

Hawaii News Now: Following rising threats of a nuclear attack from North Korea, some are calling on lawmakers to beef up Hawaii’s defenses. Assuming it has the capability, a North Korea missile aimed at Hawaii would have to be stopped by interceptors fired from military bases in Alaska or California. Missile defense advocate Riki Ellison… read more

April 26, 2017 | MDAA in the News

Army National Guard official outlines SHORAD plans 

Inside Defense: A short-range air defense unit will be sent to Europe next spring to augment the maneuver force, the chief of the 263rd Army Air and Missile Defense Command said this week. Speaking at an April 24 Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance roundtable discussion in Washington, Maj. Gen. Glenn Bramhall emphasized the importance of adding… read more

March 9, 2017 | MDAA in the News

Is US cyber defense a key weapon against N. Korea’s missile program?

DW: Amid rising tensions on the Korean peninsula, a recent report indicates that the US has successfully used cyber attacks to disrupt North Korean missile tests, opening a new “invisible front” against the bellicose state. There is currently a big show of force happening in Northeast Asia.  On March 7, for the second time in… read more

March 7, 2017 | MDAA in the News

China condemns US as controversial THAAD anti-missile system deploys to S. Korea

Stars and Stripes: SEOUL, South Korea — The U.S. began deploying a controversial missile-defense system in South Korea, shortly after the North launched four missiles in a test that heightened concerns it is making progress with its nuclear-weapons program. China, which strongly opposes the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system, known as… read more

February 23, 2017 | MDAA in the News

USS Shiloh sailor named Japan Missile Defender of the Year

Japan Stripes A USS Shiloh (CG 67) Sailor was recognized as the Japan Missile Defender of the Year at a ceremony held Feb. 9. Fire Controlman 1st Class Carl R. Morinville, from Bronx, New York, was named as the missile defender of the year for his superior work calibrating one of the radar systems while… read more

February 16, 2017 | MDAA in the News

35th ADA Brigade Soldiers visit DMZ

SAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea – Riki Ellison, three-time Super Bowl champion and the chairman and founder of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance, spent Valentine’s Day accompanying 35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade Soldiers on a staff ride to the Demilitarized Zone. Staff rides are guided trips to significant places that provide Soldiers with a… read more

February 14, 2017 | MDAA in the News

Missile Defense in the Next Four Years

The Washington Times (Op-Ed by Riki Ellison): America faces near-peer challenges from Russia and China, which possess modernized complex offensive capability in ballistic missiles, anti-satellite technology, hypersonic glide vehicles, cruise missiles and unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Within the next four years, North Korea and Iran will have solid-fueled mobile missiles, multiple re-entry vehicles and intercontinental-range… read more

February 3, 2017 | MDAA in the News

Former CNO: Navy Reaching the Limits of its Afloat BMD Platform Capabilities

SeaPower: The Navy has about 10 years to develop a new afloat ballistic-missile defense (BMD) system to keep pace with the threat, a former chief of naval operations (CNO) said. “We don’t have a keel-up missile defense platform afloat,” retired Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert, told an audience Feb. 2 at a seminar sponsored by the… read more

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