MDAA in the News

February 21, 2019

Missile Defense Advocacy exec is speaker march 6

The Vindicator – Riki Ellison, executive director of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance, will be the guest speaker at

February 19, 2019

Here’s What We Know: Russia’s New Generation Of Nuclear-Capable Weapons

RFE/RL: In March 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin unveiled six nuclear-capable weapons and has said they have no equivalents anywhere in

February 15, 2019

Superbowl winner visits home in Otago

Otago Daily Times: A Kiwi American football star, turned missile defence advocate, has paid tribute to a rugby legend

February 14, 2019

From Canterbury to the Superbowl and missile defence

Otago Daily Times – A Kiwi American football star turned missile defence advocate paid tribute to a rugby legend

February 7, 2019

Russia just test-fired an ICBM built to beat US defenses as a nuclear arms race heats up

My San Antonio: Russia test-fired an intercontinental ballistic missile in its fatr east on Wednesday, according to the Russian

February 4, 2019

Valley intensifies efforts to attract missile defense to Camp Garfield

The Vindicator: The long-delayed, congressionally mandated Missile Defense Review (MDR) was finally introduced by President Donald Trump at the

January 28, 2019

Missile Defense Advocate to Visit Camp Garfield in March

Business Journal Daily: AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – The founder of an advocacy group that supports the development of missile defense

January 25, 2019

Hypersonic Weapons, Cruise Missiles Gain Greater Focus in New Missile Defense Review

Seapower Magazine: WASHINGTON — The primary value of the recently released Missile Defense Review is to expand the focus

January 25, 2019

Greaves bullish on F-35’s missile defense role

Inside Defense: The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has participated in two tests that examine whether its sensor and interceptor