Missile Defense News

November 10, 2015

Poland’s ruling party announces makeup of Cabinet

Business Insider: Poland’s conservative Law and Justice party announced the makeup of its new government Monday, with a moderate prime

November 10, 2015

U.S. Army invests in Patriot radar modernization upgrades

Raytheon: The United States Army is acquiring upgrade kits to make the combat-proven Patriot Integrated Air and Missile Defense system

November 9, 2015

Where is the U.S. Army on Cruise Missile Defense?

Real Clear Defense: American servicemembers in Rota, Spain can rest easy. Personnel deployed to Camp Lemonier in Djbouti can likewise

November 9, 2015

Israel’s Strategic Multi-Radar System-of-Systems for Air- and Missile-Defense from IAI

Defense Update: Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) today unveiled the ELM-2090S Spectra ‘mega radar,’ an ‘S band’ ‘companion’ to the Ultra

November 9, 2015

Defense To Dominate Dubai Airshow Amid Iran Worries

Investor’s Business Daily: The defense industry is likely to dominate the Dubai Airshow this coming week as regional military rivalries

November 9, 2015

The Netherlands: Yes to Patriot, No to MEADS

Defense News: The Netherlands has decided to modernize its existing Raytheon-made Patriot air and missile defense batteries instead of buying

November 9, 2015

South Korea Goes Indigenous for Its Missile Defense Needs

The Diplomat: South Korea is going indigenous in its attempt to upgrade its missile defense capabilities. In 2006, the country

November 5, 2015

Pacific Allies Pleased with U.S. Rebalance, Dunford Says

U.S. Department of Defense The theater is getting new Aegis-class ballistic missile defense capabilities. The Navy is adding two more

November 5, 2015

Japan: Final Test on Jointly Developed Missile with US due Next Year

KBS World Radio A Japanese official says that final tests will be held next year on the SM-3 Block 2A

November 4, 2015

Trudeau Urged To Join Ballistic Missile Defence, Involve NATO In Arctic

Huffington Post A panel of leading defence and security experts say Canada’s new government should take the politically sensitive step