March 15, 2023

Turkey May Not Need Russia’s S-400 Missile Defense, Manufacturer Says

Bloomberg: Turkey might not need Russian S-400 batteries in order to protect itself as its homegrown equipment increasingly takes on

March 15, 2023

Australia, the UK and US are joining forces in the Pacific, but will nuclear subs arrive quick enough to counter China?

CNN: More than a year after the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia dropped the tightly held news they

March 9, 2023

North Korea Fires Short-Range Missile

Wall Street Journal SEOUL—North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile on Thursday, as the U.S. and South Korea prepare to

February 22, 2023

US, South Korea, Japan Hold Joint Drills Amid North Korea Threats

VOA News: U.S., South Korean, and Japanese warships participated in a ballistic missile defense drill in the waters east of

February 8, 2023

US clears Poland to buy HIMARS, ATACMS, ammunition worth $10 billion

Defense News: The U.S. State Department has approved Poland to buy advanced rockets and rocket launchers worth $10 billion, marking

January 17, 2023

Raytheon preparing for more radar milestones after first at-sea test

Defense News: Raytheon Technologies hopes to follow the successful at-sea testing of one version of its SPY-6 radar last month

January 10, 2023

Pentagon awards $40M ‘Vampire’ contract for Ukraine’s drone defenses

Defense News: The Pentagon has awarded L3Harris Technologies a $40 million order to send Ukraine “Vampire” counter-drone systems by mid-year, the company

January 10, 2023

European nations eyeing Rafael-made short-range ballistic missile defense systems

Breaking Defense: A number of European nations are in active negotiation to purchase the Rafael Spyder air defense system, designed to intercept

January 9, 2023

Sea Sparrow RIM-7 Surface-To-Air Missiles Are Headed To Ukraine

The Drive: Ukraine is to receive an undisclosed number of radar-guided RIM-7 Sea Sparrow surface-to-air missiles, or SAMs, which will be integrated

January 9, 2023

Boosting Ukraine’s Maneuver Capabilities Focus Of $3B U.S. Aid Package

The Drive: Last month, Valery Zaluzhny, the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian Army, told The Economist what was needed to restore Ukraine’s territory to