Missile Defense News

February 3, 2016

Raytheon’s GaN-based AESA Patriot air & missile defense radar completes key milestones

Semiconductor Today: Raytheon Company of Waltham, MA, USA recently completed a series of company-funded milestones to upgrade the combat-proven Patriot

February 2, 2016

Russia’s Cutting-Edge S-500 Missile System to Begin Tests This Year

Sputnik News: The first prototypes of the next-generation S-500 air defense system will reach completion and begin its pre-tests in 2016.

February 2, 2016

NATO to boost defense presence in Turkey after Russian violation

Daily Sabah: According to statements a NATO official gave to Daily Sabah on Monday, NATO is in the process of

February 2, 2016

Raytheon Secures $213M FMS Contract for Patriot Program

Zacks: Raytheon Company (RTN – Analyst Report) won a $212.7 million foreign military sales (“FMS”) contract from the U.S. Army

February 1, 2016

THAAD deployment up to ‘alliance decision’: U.S. Pacific commander

Korea Herald: Whether to deploy the U.S. THAAD missile defense system to South Korea to better defend against the North

February 1, 2016

More U.S. missile defense improvements to be tested this year

Boeing Co said on Friday it would test additional improvements to its ground-based U.S. missile defense system later this year

January 30, 2016

Rogers Statement on Successful GMD Flight Test

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL), Chairman of the House Armed Services Strategic Forces subcommittee, made the following statement

January 29, 2016

Include Canada in missile shield

The United Nations recently lifted sanctions against Iran after inspectors concluded that the Islamic Republic is complying with the terms

January 29, 2016

Army Commission: Pay More To Keep Apaches in Guard, Repair Aviation & Air Defense

The congressionally chartered National Commission on the Future of the Army recommends splitting the difference between the regular Army and

January 29, 2016

Stoltenberg: NATO Defense Spending on Firmer Footing

Defense News: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says that alliance defense spending is moving in the “right direction,” although one country,