Missile Defense News

April 8, 2021

MDA briefs Kaua‘i Council on proposed Hawai‘i defense radar

The Garden Island: An estimated 200-400 people may be necessary to construct a proposed $1.9 billion federal Homeland Defense Radar

April 7, 2021

U.S. Army Under Secretary gets Soldier-focused look at PEO Missiles and Space modernization programs

DVIDS: Christopher Lowman, senior official performing the duties of Under Secretary of the Army, got an up-close look at some

April 7, 2021

Keel laying for USS Harvey C. Barnum Jr.

Navy Recognition: According to information published by US Navy on March 6, April, the keel of the future USS Harvey

April 6, 2021

Joint Force Vs. China: Project Convergence 21

Breaking Defense:   This fall, the Army’s Project Convergence wargames will host the Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Special Operations

April 6, 2021

Destroyer USS John Finn completes busy maiden patrol of Indo-Pacific region

Stars and Stripes:   The guided-missile destroyer USS John Finn has returned to San Diego, its homeport, after a busy

April 5, 2021

Contentious U.S. missile shield back in limelight

The Korea Herald:   Delays in building a US base in South Korea to host the Terminal High Altitude Area

April 2, 2021

Iron Dome upgrades

Intermountain Jewish News:   The announcement by the Israeli Defense Ministry last month of successful trials of an upgraded version

April 2, 2021

U.S. removes Gulf air defense batteries amid Houthi drone strikes – report

The Jerusalem Post:   The U.S. has removed at least three Patriot antimissile batteries from the Gulf region, despite recent

April 2, 2021

NDIA Policy Points: Sensor Tech Key to Effective Missile Defense

National Defense Magazine:   “If you can’t see it, you can’t shoot it. And if you can’t see it, you

April 1, 2021

Finding common ground on homeland missile defense

Defense News:   The U.S. Defense Department has approved the Next Generation Interceptor project to proceed. This is a welcome