MDAA in the News

November 1, 2021

Governor Commends Recipients of 2021 Missile Defense Award

Office of the Governor: Governor Lou Leon Guerrero joined in congratulating recipients of the 2021 Guam Missile Defense of the

October 29, 2021

Missile Defender of the Year

Defense Visual Information Distribution Service: Army Specialist Brianna Brown, E-3 Air Defense Artillery, 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Task Force

October 29, 2021

Missile Defender of the Year 2021

Andersen Air Force Base: Gov. of Guam Lou Leon Guererro and Guam military leaders pose with the winners of the

October 29, 2021

Nonprofit awards Guard task force members the Guam missile defender of the year award

The Guam Daily Post: Members of the Guam National Guard’s Task Force Fanacho received the 2021 Guam Missile Defender of

October 22, 2021

After China’s ‘Hypersonic’ Test, US Alarm And Many Unanswered Questions

Breaking Defense: In the wake of a hair-raising report of a secret Chinese hypersonic space weapons test, a denial by

October 22, 2021

The United States is Not Safe from Russian, Chinese Long-Range Missiles

National Interest: Given Guam’s strategic significance and the danger posed to the island by Chinese—and increasingly North Korean—ballistic missiles and

October 20, 2021

DOD Mum on China’s Nuclear-Capable Hypersonic Weapon, Hints US Needs to Step It Up

Air Force Magazine: Across the defense establishment, government officials have declined to comment on a recent report that China fielded

October 20, 2021

China’s Hypersonic Test Raises Questions About US Missile Defense, Deterrence

Defense One: The “deeply concerning” test of a Chinese hypersonic missile shows that the United States has “a lot of

October 20, 2021

Surface To Air Missiles Now Needed To Protect Critical U.S. Infrastructure During A Crisis

The Drive: A senior officer at the U.S.-Canadian North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, says the command is actively

October 5, 2021

Air Force might look at Hawaii for updated radar aircraft

Stars and Stripes: Hawaii didn’t get 18 Navy P-8 Poseidon maritime aircraft a number of years ago as planned, but