MDAA Alerts

March 2, 2015

Between a ROK and a Hard Place

Earlier today, North Korea launched two short-ranged ballistic missiles in an apparent response to the annual joint U.S. and South

February 25, 2015

Aegis Test Shows U.S. Ability to Defeat North Korea, Iran Missile Raids

Washington D.C. – February 25, 2015 –Three Aegis BMD ships tracked and discriminated three short-ranged target ballistic missiles on Tuesday morning

February 25, 2015

The More the Merrier

On Tuesday morning, off the coast of Virginia near Wallops Island, three United States Aegis BMD Destroyers – the USS

February 24, 2015

Not Lost in Translation

Yesterday evening in Yokosuka, Japan, MDAA hosted a recognition of the U.S. 7th Fleet and Japanese Maritime Self Defense Forces’

February 24, 2015

Event Recognizing USS Shiloh and JS Kirishima Shows Depth of US-Japan Unity

Yokosuko, Japan – February 24, 2015 — Yesterday, at an event sponsored by the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance, the commanders

February 13, 2015

Our North Korean Problem

Last Saturday, North Korea launched five short-ranged ballistic missiles into the sea, and test launched an anti-ship cruise missile. The

February 10, 2015

Unanimously Approved

Dear Members and Friends, Today, the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee unanimously approved the nomination of Dr. Ashton Carter as

February 6, 2015

MDAA Hosts Panel of GMD Experts on Capitol Hill

Yesterday, the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance hosted a roundtable discussion on U.S. Homeland Missile Defense with a bipartisan group of

February 4, 2015

Change of Direction

Yesterday, the Missile Defense Agency presented its FY 2016 Budget Request. The $8.127 billion request is a notable increase from

February 2, 2015

It’s All About the Base, Not the Treble

The most significant diplomatic barrier to the development of a robust U.S. and NATO ballistic missile defense (BMD) systems has been