Missile Defense News

March 10, 2015

Saenuri starts drumbeat in favor of Thaad shield

Korea JoongAng Daily: Leaders of the conservative ruling party are increasingly promoting the deployment of an advanced but controversial U.S.

March 10, 2015

Poland to choose missile defense supplier in next few weeks

Reuters: (Reuters) – Poland plans to choose the supplier for its medium-range missile defense system within the next few weeks,

March 10, 2015

Turkey’s missile project triggers further controversy

Today’s Zaman: Turkey’s long-stalled project to acquire long-range missiles has recently renewed controversy after Turkish Defense Minister İsmet Yılmaz’s response

March 9, 2015

Orbital ATK to build and upgrade aircraft missile-warning in $30.7 million contract

Intelligent Aerospace: PATUXENT RIVER NAS, Md., 9 March 2015.Missile-defense experts at Orbital ATK Inc. in Clearwater, Fla., will build, upgrade,

March 9, 2015

US Patriot Missile Battery to Arrive in Poland for Drills in March

Sputnik News: WARSAW (Sputnik) — A battery of US Patriot missile systems will arrive in Poland at the end of March to take part in NATO military

March 9, 2015

Egypt to purchase Antey-2500 missile system from Russia: TASS

Cairo Post: CAIRO: Russia will supply Egypt with an Antey-2500 anti-ballistic missile system and training for more than $1 billion

March 6, 2015

Leidos Selects DCNS For NATO Ballistic Missile Defence Program

Defense World: Leidos has selected DCNS as part of a multinational consortium to participate in the system engineering and the

March 6, 2015

Stackley: Fleet Needs More BMD Ships to Meet Demand

USNI News: CRYSTAL CITY, Va. — The Navy’s acquisition chief stressed the importance of modernizing ships in the fleet –

March 4, 2015

Navy Again Reduces Scope of Destroyer Modernization, 5 Ships Won’t Receive Any Ballistic Missile Defense Upgrades

USNI News: Five Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyers (DDG-51) will forgo a combat system upgrade that would allow the ships

March 4, 2015

After You, Mr. Putin

The National Review: Robert Joseph, Eric Edelman, and Rebeccah Heinrichs Less than three years after President Obama, Hillary Clinton, and