Missile Defense News

September 20, 2019

Navy asks Congress for three new Arleigh Burke-class destroyers in 2020 budget

Stars and Stripes: The Navy is asking Congress for more than $5 billion next fiscal year to build three

September 20, 2019

Iraq’s ambassador to Russia: S-400 purchase ‘not on the table yet’

Rudaw: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Iraq is not discussing the purchase of the Russian S-400 missile defense system, Iraq’s

September 19, 2019

A new orbit for some of the Pentagon’s missile warning satellites

C4ISRNet: The Pentagon’s next generation missile warning system will incorporate satellites in low earth orbit in addition to five

September 18, 2019

Should the Air Force spend even more on missile warning satellites?

C4ISRNet: Senate appropriators have a message for the Air Force: Make early warning missile satellites a priority. The Senate

September 17, 2019

RUSSIA OFFERS SAUDI ARABIA SAME MISSILE DEFENSE IT SOLD IRAN AFTER U.S. SYSTEMS FAIL TO STOP ATTACK

Newsweek: Russia has offered to sell Saudi Arabia the same missile defense it sold Iran and Turkey after U.S.

September 17, 2019

Did U.S. Missile Defenses Fail During Saudi Oil Attack?

The National Interest: The missile strikes that badly damaged a key Saudi oil facility on Sept. 14, 2019 largely remain

September 17, 2019

Project Riot demonstrates networked missile defense

New Atlas: In a demonstration of how future wars will be fought as much in cyberspace as on the battlefield

September 13, 2019

Smart sensor network helps redirect missile

Arctic Warrior: ARLINGTON, Va. — The Army successfully tested its ability to redirect munitions in flight Aug. 28 in

September 13, 2019

Army secretary nominee talks priorities: More artillery troops, missiles that will ‘change the geometry’ in SE Asia

Army Times: Rehabilitating the Army’s long-range precision fires and missile defenses is key to circumventing Chinese area-denial weapons in the Pacific, the service’s acting secretary,

September 12, 2019

Air Force asks industry for laser weapons and high-power microwaves to defend against cruise missiles

Military & Aerospace Electronics: WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio – U.S. Air Force directed-energy weapons experts are surveying industry for enabling technologies