MDAA in the News

March 23, 2020

Trump announces mobilization of military assets in fight against ‘hidden enemy’

The Washington Examiner: The Pentagon announced Friday the successful test of an experimental hypersonic glide body from the Pacific Missile Range Facility,

March 23, 2020

US launches hypersonic glide body test in race to catch up with China and Russia

The Washington Examiner: A C-HGB rocket on Thursday pierced the skies over Kauai, Hawaii. It created explosive smoke flumes similar

March 2, 2020

Hawaii will get ICBM interceptors to counter North Korean threats

Honolulu Star Advertiser: The U.S. Missile Defense Agency said Hawaii is on track within about a year to receive interceptor

February 17, 2020

Pentagon drops plan for ballistic missile radar system in Hawaii

Stars and Stripes: The Defense Department has dropped plans to build a $1 billion ballistic missile tracking system in Hawaii,

February 17, 2020

Tucson Tech: Raytheon deeply involved in next-gen hypersonic weapons

Arizona Daily Star: The rapid rollout of hypersonic missile prototypes by China and Russia has created a new arms race

February 13, 2020

Budget drops $1.9B radar

Honolulu Star Advertiser: Funding for the $1.9 billion Homeland Defense Radar- Hawaii and a more than $1 billion Pacific radar

February 10, 2020

USS Lake Erie Sailor Honored as Missile Defender of the Year

U.S. Navy: The Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance (MDAA) honored Fire Controlman (Aegis) First Class Mario Amaro as the Navy recipient

February 10, 2020

Missile Defender of the Year was raised in Warren

Times Observer: Each year, the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance recognizes excellence among missile defense operators with its Missile Defender of

January 21, 2020

US Space Command Has Passed First Combat Test, Officials Say

Military.com The newly created U.S. combatant command focused on space has passed its initial combat test, according to officials and

January 15, 2020

Powerful Hawaii defensive radar is delayed

Honolulu Star Advertiser: A more than $1 billion missile defense radar for Hawaii has been significantly delayed, with Native Hawaiian