MDAA Alerts

August 11, 2015

Don’t Give Up the Ship

USS John Paul Jones (DDG-53) Participates in the Multi-Mission Warfare Flight Test Between July 28 and August 1 off the

August 3, 2015

Balancing the Pacific: U.S. must improve defense of Carriers from missile threats

It is serendipitous that the two most powerful and influential countries in the word today, the United States and China,

July 31, 2015

Future Missile Defense: MDAA Expert Panel Highlights Role of Space, Directed Energy and UAVs

On Tuesday, MDAA held a Congressional Roundtable Discussion on Future Ballistic Missile Defense Systems at the United States Capitol. The

July 22, 2015

Blind Man’s Bluff: Calling out Russia’s renewed push to dismantle missile defense in Europe

Dear Members and Friends, Over the past six years, the pillar of our Administration’s foreign policy has been the “reset

July 14, 2015

We Are Dealt In

The accord announced today between the United States, its European allies, Russia, China and Iran is one of historic proportions

July 2, 2015

Poke the Bear

With two years remaining in the Obama Administration’s failed “blunder and no thunder” foreign policy towards Russian aggression,  the risk

June 18, 2015

Chairman Forbes Presses Navy on Pull Back of BMD Cruisers

Yesterday, the House Sea Power and Projection Forces Subcommittee, which provides Congressional oversight for the  U.S. Navy’s fleet requirements, held

June 17, 2015

Out of Balance

In today’s intensifying and complex world that increasingly challenges the status quo of U.S. power and influence, it is vital

June 12, 2015

Senate Appropriations Adds $262 Million to MDA Budget

The Senate Committee on Appropriations, chaired by Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS), passed its final mark of the FY2016 Defense Appropriations

June 7, 2015

Maiden Flight

The United States and Japan have successfully launched the first maiden flight of the world’s newest missile defense interceptor, the