Missile Defense News

April 3, 2020

China’s Military Advances Under Cover of Coronavirus

The Trumpet hile the world is preoccupied with the coronavirus, China is quietly expanding its power around the world. Chinese

April 3, 2020

Oshkosh Defense secures Army vehicle modernization pact

Homeland Preparedness News Warren has awarded a $346.4 million contract to Oshkosh Defense to modernize vehicles in the Army and

April 3, 2020

Missile Defense Agency to inject competition into homeland missile defense contract

Defense News The U.S. Missile Defense Agency plans to hold a competition that could split up the work among contractors

April 2, 2020

Anti-Satellite Weapons Are Becoming a Very Real Threat

Popular Mechanics The United States, Russia, China, and other countries are developing new weapons to hold the satellite constellations of

April 2, 2020

Russian Navy to Speed up Test Launches of Tsirkon Hypersonic Missile

The Diplomat The Russian Navy is reportedly expediting test launches of the hypersonic 3M-22 Tsirkon or Zircon anti-ship missile (ASM)

April 1, 2020

US military may start moving towards launching fleets of tiny satellites

Space.com With much of the commercial space industry focused on putting small satellites into low Earth orbit (LEO), how quickly will the U.S. military

April 1, 2020

Iran warns US after Patriot missile defense system deployed to Iraq

i24News Iran warned the US Wednesday that it was leading the Middle East to disaster in the midst of the

March 31, 2020

Raytheon to deliver SM-3 interceptors to US Missile Defense Agency

Naval Technology Raytheon has secured a $2.1bn contract from the US Missile Defense Agency to produce and deliver Standard Missile-3

March 31, 2020

US deploys extra Patriot missiles to Iraq amid troop drawdown

Middle East Eye The United States has deployed Patriot air defence systems to an Iraqi military base as a precaution

March 31, 2020

Hawaii defense is the key in upcoming ICBM shoot-down test

Stars and Stripes As North Korea continues to fire off rockets, the head of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency said