Missile Defense News

March 16, 2015

Iran to Jack Up Missile Arsenal

Sputnik News: Iran plans to replace its existing missile arsenal with a new generation of missiles next year, the country’s

March 16, 2015

Fearsome cruiser sets off on world tour from Norfolk

Navy Times: The Atlantic Fleet’s most fearsome cruiser sailed off Monday on an “epic,” around-the-world cruise after a long workup

March 16, 2015

The Consequences of a Pakistani Sea-Based Nuclear Second Strike Capability

The Diplomat: Last week, Franz-Stefan Gady provided a helpful round-up of the confusing evidence surrounding the existence of Pakistan’s sea-based second nuclear

March 13, 2015

America’s Self-Inflicted National Security Crisis

Over the past several years, knowledgeable witnesses appearing before Congress have testified to an impending crisis in national security. Whether

March 13, 2015

UNITED STATES ADMITS TO SURVEYING FOR THAAD BATTERY SITES

Joon Ang Daily: The U.S. military admitted Thursday it has conducted site surveys in South Korea to deploy an advanced

March 13, 2015

Northcom Chief Discusses Threats to Homeland

DOD: WASHINGTON, March 12, 2015 – The most dangerous threats to the U.S. homeland include transnational criminal networks, homegrown violent

March 13, 2015

North Korea Fires Missiles Into Sea Again, South Says

AP: North Korea has test-fired seven short-range missiles into the sea, South Korean officials said Friday, in the latest such

March 12, 2015

Rep. Randy Forbes on What Navy’s New Maritime Strategy Should Say

It’s fair to say that John Lehman is the most influential Navy Secretary of the last half century. Under President

March 11, 2015

Korea, China show schism over THAAD

Korea Times: A rift has grown in the close relationship between Korea and China over the potential deployment of advanced

March 11, 2015

Combatant Commanders gain new ballistic missile defense capability through ‘threat upgrade’ software

PR Newswire: TUCSON, Ariz., March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — For the first time ever, Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has begun enhancing Standard