MDAA in the News

December 10, 2015

U.S. Missile Defense Agency tests Lockheed, Raytheon interceptors

The U.S. Missile Defense Agency said it successfully completed the first intercept test for Lockheed Martin Corp’s land-based Aegis

November 5, 2015

Pearl Vessel Goes 1-for-2 in Test of Missile Defense The Pearl Harbor destroyer USS John Paul Jones, among the most capable ballistic missile defense ships in the

November 2, 2015

TAG Military, Missile, US National Defense, US Military Defense US Military Completes $230 Million Test Of Layered Missile Defense System

TechTimes: The United States military completed the comprehensive testing of its layered missile defense system in the Pacific Ocean,

November 2, 2015

U.S. completes complex test of layered missile defense system

Reuters: The U.S. military on Sunday hailed the success of a complex $230 million test of the U.S. missile

October 21, 2015

U.S. Navy, allies intercept targets in European missile test

Reuters: The U.S. military and eight allied countries on Tuesday worked together to simultaneously intercept dummy ballistic and cruise

October 15, 2015

Saudi Arabia signs deal for 320 PAC-3 missiles – Lockheed

Reuters: Oct 14 Saudi Arabia signed an agreement last week with the U.S. government for the purchase of 320

October 14, 2015

Lambert wins Marine Corps honor

Independent Herald: Major Jason Lambert of Oceana has been named Pacific Theater Air and Missile Defender of the Year

October 8, 2015

Inhofe Praises Passage of FY’16 NDAA

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), senior member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, today voted in favor of the

October 3, 2015

Pacific Theater Air and Missile Defenders of the Year recognized by MDAA

DVIDS: Ten  individuals, representing the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and civilian entities, were recognized as Pacific Theater

September 11, 2015

Iran deal no reason to halt work on Gulf missile shield -U.S. experts

Reuters: The Unites States will keep working on a regional missile defense system in the Gulf despite progress on