Missile Defense News

February 18, 2016

THAAD Missile Defense Tech Upgraded, Deployed

Scout: The Missile Defense Agency is stepping up production, deployment and modernization of its cutting edge ballistic missile defense platform

February 17, 2016

The Pentagon’s Rampaging Surveillance Blimp Will Fly Again

Fortune: When a 240-foot unmanned U.S. Army blimp broke free of its moorings and rampaged across two states in October,

February 17, 2016

China Slams Reports of Missile Defense Deployment in Disputed Islands

Sputnik news: “We believe that this is an attempt by certain Western media to create news,” said Wang Yi. Earlier

February 17, 2016

U.S. stealth jets fly over S. Korea as tensions heighten

USA Today: Four U.S. F-22 stealth fighter aircraft conducted exercises with South Korean jets south of Seoul on Wednesday to

February 16, 2016

Russia Threat Creating New Turk Shopping List

Defense News: What Turkey’s security establishment views as an “emerging Russian threat” is forcing military and procurement planners to amend

February 16, 2016

NORAD general: Canada examining its defenses amid new threats

The Gazette: Change is on the horizon for the North American Aerospace Defense Command as Canada reviews its military for

February 16, 2016

Russia To Test Fire Tor Short Range SAM Defense System In March

Defense World.net: Russian Military will test fire aTor, short-range surface-to-air missile defense system in March this year. “Air defense artillery

February 16, 2016

Kim’s Nuclear Pursuit to Hasten Collapse of Regime, Park Warns

Bloomberg: North Korea will gain the capability to deploy nuclear missiles if the world doesn’t force Kim Jong Un to

February 16, 2016

Beijing targets missile defense move in South Korea

The Standard: The possible US deployment of a missile defense system on the Korean peninsula in response to Pyongyang’s ballistic

February 15, 2016

Japan to upgrade missile interception system, considers three-tier defense

The Japan Times: The government is planning to acquire a greater range of ship-borne interceptors, upgrading two of Japan’s six