Missile Defense News

July 24, 2015

Friday homecoming for crew of USS Laboon

ABC 13 News: They’re nearly home! Friday is homecoming day for the crew of the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS

July 23, 2015

US to place AMD components in Poland despite Iranian deal – Kerry’s deputy

RT: US anti-missile systems will be placed in Poland despite world powers reaching an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program, John

July 23, 2015

Pentagon Prepares to Send Better Radar to Ukraine

Wall Street Journal: The Pentagon is moving toward providing Ukraine with bigger, longer-range radar to help it counter artillery being

July 22, 2015

US backs away from Poland’s NATO base push

Radio Poland: The Polish government has been pushing for several months for the construction of a permanent NATO base on

July 22, 2015

Missile defense system could be permanently stationed

Kuam News: A temporary mission could instead become more of a long-term engagement. That’s if the US Army moves forward

July 22, 2015

Japan defense report criticizes China, supports US base realignment

Stars and Stripes: …. Japan and the United States agreed to closer cooperation on missile defense earlier this year as part

July 20, 2015

Command kicks Off Fifth Global Strike Challenge

Air Force Global Strike Command: Teams from across Air Force Global Strike Command, as well as the Air National Guard,

July 20, 2015

US and ROK Patriot crews seal the gaps in combined air defense

DVIDS: Air defenders from Republic of Korea Air Force’s 199th Air Defense Artillery Battalion and U.S. Army 2nd Battalion, 1st

July 20, 2015

To Print a Missile

The Hill: The day is coming when missiles can be printed. Researchers at Raytheon Missile Systems say they have already

July 17, 2015

Fort Sill Sends 460 For Year In Kuwait

Lawton Constitution: Well-wishers said farewell to more than 460 soldiers of 4th Battalion, 3rd Air Defense Artillery (ADA) at a