Threat News

July 25, 2022

Missiles strike Odesa, hitting a critical port for global grain supplies

New York Times: A string of explosions rocked Ukraine’s southern city of Odesa on Saturday, hitting one of the country’s

July 18, 2022

Iran Unveils Ominous New Naval ‘Drone-Carrier Division’

The Drive: The Iranian Navy has announced the introduction of what it’s calling its inaugural “drone-carrier” division. A corresponding unveiling

July 14, 2022

Russian Official Accidentally Reveals Missiles Being Used in Ukraine

Newsweek: “The Ukrainians destroyed an air defense base near Luhansk,” Girkin, who uses the last name Strelkov on social media,

July 13, 2022

World’s Largest Missile Being Prepared for New Tests in Russia

Global Times: Named after the Sarmatian people of ancient times who populated the Eurasian Steppe, the RS-28 Sarmat is Russia’s

July 11, 2022

South Korea detects shots apparently launched by North Korea

Nikkei Asia: South Korea’s military said on Sunday it had detected the trajectories of what appeared to be shots fired

July 11, 2022

Russia Now Firing S-300 Surface-To-Air Missiles At Land Targets In Ukraine: Official

The Drive: Ukraine has claimed that Russia is now using its S-300 long-range surface-to-air missiles to attack land targets in

July 11, 2022

Satellites spot construction of Russian anti-satellite laser facility: report

SPACE: Recent Google Earth images reveal construction at what appears to be a sophisticated laser system at a Russian space

July 8, 2022

China demands end to US-Taiwan military ‘collusion’

AP: Gen. Li Zuocheng told Gen. Mark Milley on Thursday that China had “no room for compromise” on issues affecting

July 8, 2022

Royal Navy Seizes Iranian Missile Components in High-Seas Intercepts

The Maritime Executive: The Royal Navy has revealed two high-impact missions which have been kept under wraps for months. In

July 7, 2022

U.S. ambassadors to Blinken: Send the weapons

Politico: There’s a debate roiling inside the Biden administration: Delay or decline weapons sales to countries with poor human rights