The US Navy has successfully tested a Longbow Hellfire missile system against multiple swarming small boats.
Veritasium visited Arizona’s Titan Missile Museum – a former nuclear missile silo for a sobering simulation of a nuclear missile launch. The warhead in the former silo’s Titan II missile was 650 times stronger than Little Boy.
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Bonnie S. Glaser Security, Asia Reality Check: Soon China could have the ability to monitor most, if not all, of the South China Sea on a 24/7 basis. It's increasingly clear that China intends to use its artificial islands in the South China Sea for military purposes. Admiral Harry Harris, commander of U.S. Show More Summary
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is modernizing its S-300 missile system to supply to Iran, an adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday, RIA news agency reported.
Military expert of the German CSU party Florian Hahn called for the withdrawal of German Patriot missiles from Turkey due to attacks carried out by the government forces against the Kurds, DWN reported.
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South Korean intelligence officials said Wednesday that around 20 Scud missiles fired at Saudi Arabia from Yemen by Houthi rebels and their allies originated in North Korea. "North Korea has sold missiles to Yemen and sent missile engineers...Show More Summary
Canada's Armed Forces has purchased radar technology that is part of Israel's famous Iron Dome, the missile system tasked with shooting down Hamas and Hezbollah rockets — and it plans to deploy it within Canada. The system will be produced...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department has approved the possible sale to Saudi Arabia of $5.4 billion in additional PAC-3 missiles built by Lockheed Martin Corp, the Pentagon said on Wednesday.
The United States has approved the sale of a system to counter infrared missile threats to airplanes carrying the political leadership of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) said in a statement on Wednesday.
The United States has approved a possible multi-billion dollar military sale of advanced Patriot missiles to Saudi Arabia, the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) said in a statement on Wednesday.
The U.S. State Department has approved the possible sale to Saudi Arabia of $5.4 billion in additional PAC-3 missiles built by Lockheed Martin Corp, the Pentagon said on Wednesday. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency said the sale would benefit a key U.S. partner in the Middle East. Notification to Congress was sent on Tuesday and […]
US Air Force Directed Energy Research Lab Chief Engineer Dr. Kelly Hammett claims that directed energy technology for missile defense is reaching a decisive point for future applications.
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At the height of the cold war, America's underground was rife with dozens of hidden nuclear missile units. Some of these systems contained Titan II missiles, which carried the largest, single nuclear warhead of any missile of its kind in history — a record that stands today. Show More Summary
Fire and Forget is military jargon for a type of missile guidance that can hit its target without the launcher being in line-of-sight. The expression is symptomatic of a new type of warfare in which the people firing, killing and destroying...Show More Summary
(July 28, 2015 09:58 AM, by Bryan Caplan) John Podhoretz:The United States and its allies have struck a deal with Iran that effectively ensures that it will be a nuclear state with ballistic missiles in 10 years, assuming Iran adheres to the deal's terms, which is a very... (10 COMMENTS)
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In a recent article for bimonthly academic journal Nowa Europa Wschodina, Polish political scientist Kuba Benedyczak explained that in the context of the new arms race emerging between NATO and Russia, Poland's decision to accept US missile defense is akin to asking Poles to put their heads between a hammer and an anvil.