Missile Defense News

May 27, 2016

US Missile Defense Agency tests upgraded Standard Missile-3 Block IB

Naval-Technology.com: The US Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has successfully completed testing of an improved Raytheon-built Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IB

May 26, 2016

Estonia calls for Patriot shield to deter Russia in Baltic region

Financial Times: Patriot missiles are needed in the Baltic states to deter a Russian invasion, Estonia’s defence chief has warned.

May 26, 2016

Korea To Buy Weaponry Worth $3 Billion This Year

DefenseWorld.net South Korea plans to import arms worth 3.5 trillion won ($3 billion) this year to enhance its defense capabilities.

May 26, 2016

The Global Missiles and Missile Defense Systems Market 2015-2025

PR Newswire: Summary Demand for missiles and missile defense systems are expected to be driven by the ever increasing threat

May 26, 2016

Hyundai wins contract to design South Korea’s second batch of Aegis-equipped KDX-3 destroyers

IHS Jane’s Defense Weekly: Key Points Hyundai Heavy Industries is designing South Korea’s second batch of KDX-3 ships Design contract

May 26, 2016

Israeli Interceptor Launched From US System Destroys Target

Defense News: We now have video of a  recent engineering demonstration of the Indirect Fire Protection Capability Increment 2-Intercept system

May 26, 2016

Hit or miss: US MDA and industry take RKV to the next level

IHS Jane’s International Defense Review: Key Points The EKV was hampered by issues at the outset including the effect of

May 26, 2016

Leaders visit remote missile defense site in Japan

Redstone Rocket: Two leaders proved the sun never sets on Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command as they

May 25, 2016

Navy Arms 4 Destroyers With New SeaRAM Defensive Missile System

Scout: The emerging SeaRAM defensive weapon will destroy approaching enemy drones, aircraft, missiles and small boats. The Navy is arming

May 24, 2016

47 Seconds From Hell: Last-Ditch Robotic Missile Defense

Breaking Defense: In a report out this morning, CSBA scholars Bryan Clark and Mark Gunzinger argue that we don’t just need