Missile Defense News

January 24, 2020

U.S. military to maintain expanded Mideast presence, for now at least, following Iran strikes

The Washington Post: The United States hopes to avert a conflict with Iran but will maintain an expanded military

January 24, 2020

Russian Navy conduct missile test in occupied Crimea

112 Ukraine: Russia’s Black Sea Fleet held missile tests in the occupied Crimea. The press office of Russian defense ministry reported

January 24, 2020

Sensor Managers lead the way

DVIDS: While there are many career paths in the United States Army that are often found in the spot light

January 24, 2020

North Korea may be preparing to hold military parade, satellite imagery suggests

NK News: North Korea may be preparing to hold a military parade in the coming weeks, satellite imagery suggested

January 23, 2020

Iran Likely To Field Nuclear Ballistic Missile In 2 Years: Israeli Intelligence

Breaking Defense TEL AVIV: Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) intelligence says Iran is two years from a capability to equip

January 23, 2020

Prospective buyers for Russian S-400s proliferate as U.S. fails to sanction Turkey

Ahval News Turkey appears adamant that it will activate its Russian-supplied S-400 missile systems in April. Russian media reported

January 22, 2020

Kauai military site named as possible site for $1.9B ballistic missile radar

Hawaii News Now HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – The Missile Defense Agency is now also eyeing Kauai as a potential

January 22, 2020

US ‘likely’ to deploy anti-missile system to protect American troops in Iraq

Fox News The Pentagon is likely deploying a missile-defense system to Iraq in response to Iran’s ballistic missile attack on an Iraqi base

January 22, 2020

F-35 fighters were used as sensors for Integrated Air and Missile Defense interceptors

Defence Blog Pentagon’s No.1 weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp, has announced that its newest F-35 fighter jets were used

January 22, 2020

Iran is increasingly using missiles in its military operations — that’s a problem

The Hill   “More important than a military strike, it was a serious blow to dignity, a blow to