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New Russian Nuclear Submarine Ready To Launch, Armed With 12 Nuclear ‘Bulava’ Missiles

A new Russian nuclear submarine is set to launch on December 19, setting sail with as many as 16 of Russia’s next-generation nuclear missiles on board as President Vladimir Putin continues to rebuild his country’s nuclear defenses. The...Show More Summary

Why did China allegedly steal Israel's missile defense plans?

A cybersecurity firm reports that Chinese hackers have stolen technical data for the Iron Dome rocket-defense system from Israeli computers. Maryland-based Cyber Engineering Services detected the cyber burglary, according to cybersecurity writer Brian Krebs. Show More Summary

SM-3, SM-2s Take On Ballistic, Cruise Missile Targets During Simulated Missile Attack Exercise

In partnership with the Missile Defense Agency, a U.S. Navy destroyer successfully engaged ballistic and cruise missile targets simultaneously with a Raytheon-made (RTN) Standard Missile-3 and Standard Missile-2s in a complex integrated air and missile defense exercise. “This test showcases […]

US Army Buying Israeli Iron Dome Missile Defense System for Testing

Israel had been struggling to sell the Iron Dome anti-missile defense system abroad, but the Israel Defense website revealed on Sunday that a major purchaser has been found: the United States.Apparently the US Army will acquire one Iron...Show More Summary

Some Thoughts on the Use of Land-Based Missiles for Maritime Denial

Eric Lindsey of CSBA published an excellent monograph last month examining how the U.S. Army might field land-based anti-ship missiles and rockets, not to mention air and missile defense systems, to defend forward U.S. allies from aggression. Show More Summary

Russia test-fires submarine-based ICBM

Russia has successfully tested a submarine-based inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM), the Defense Ministry said Wednesday. “The Sineva ICBM was launched from the underwater position. The warhead reached targets at the Kura range on the Kamchatka Peninsula,” the ministry’s press service […]

U.S. Aegis system zaps cruise, ballistic missile targets in test

2 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Aegis missile defense system on Thursday simultaneously destroyed two cruise missile targets and one ballistic missile target in a test conducted by a U.S. Navy destroyer off the coast of Hawaii, according to sources familiar with the test. Show More Summary

Russia Test-Fires Topol-M Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

The Russian Strategic Missile Forces test-fired on Saturday a Topol-M intercontinental ballistic missile from a launch site in northwestern Russia, the country’s Defense Ministry said. “The (MBR) RT-2PM2,Topol-M’, a silo-based intercontinental ballistic missile, was launched on November 1, at […]

Israel's Iron Dome Now Protects Maritime Airspace Too

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Having already proven its value defending the skies over Tel Aviv—shooting down 85 percent (735 rockets) of incoming fire during the recent Gaza War—Rafael's Iron Dome missile defense shield is taking its talents to the high seas. Read more...

Russia Test Fires Bulava Sea-Based Ballistic Missile

Russia has successfully test-fired a Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) from the Borey-class Yury Dolgoruky nuclear-powered submarine, the Russian Defense Ministry said Wednesday. The missile was launched from the submerged submarine at a location in the Barents Sea and hit […]

France's New Ship-Defense Turret Is a Remote Controlled Missile Launcher

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Our SeaRAM is far from the only ship-based missile defense turret sailing the high seas. French weapons manufacturer MBDA, in fact, has just begun testing a remotely controlled missile launcher of its own. One that finally moves the turret's operator out of the line of fire. Read more...

The New Cold War in Moscow

Remember back during the good old days, the Bush years, the media and the Democrats accused him of longing for the old Cold War with the Soviets when he planned to put a missile defense system in the New Europe? Well, I do. But, according to the US Embassy folks, the Cold War is back […]

ISIS apparently has advanced surface-to-air missile launchers

Iraqi and U.S. air patrols now have to contend with the possibility that Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants have sophisticated surface-to-air missile launchers, or Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (Manpads). ISIS has released...Show More Summary

A Newly Declassified CIA Paper Details A Tense Subplot In The Cold War Arms Race

It's one of the great paradoxes of nuclear power politics. Strategic missile defense was meant to make inter-continental nuclear warfare obsolete, creating a protective shield that negates an enemy's first strike advantage. The idea is that one side won't even bother launching nukes if they know their missiles can be shot out of the sky en-masse. Show More Summary

AEI/Heritage Project for the Common Defense Weekly Read Board (NAVY)

"Why America's Navy is So Concerned About These Russian Missiles," by Andrew Tarantola (Gizmodo, 10/13/14) "More Amphibious Ships for Chinese Navy," by Feng (Information Dissemination, 10/13/14) "Offset Strategies and Warfighting Regimes," by Shawn Brimley (War on the Rocks, 10/15/14) "China's Navy Already Challenging the U.S. Show More Summary

US Navy Establishes New Missile Defense Base in Romania

Commander, Navy Region Europe, Africa, Southwest Asia (CNREURAFSWA) established Naval Support Facility (NSF) Deveselu Friday, Oct. 10, during an establishment and assumption of command ceremony on base. NSF Deveselu, formerly a disused Romanian airfield, is the first Navy base to […]

Navy stations sailors in Romania

So, when you joined the Navy, did you think you’d be stationed in Romania? Probably not, but it’s a possibility now, according to the Associated Press; The U.S. Navy has taken control of a new missile defense base in southern Romania, one of two European land-based interceptor sites for a NATO missile shield that Russia […]

U.S. Navy plans missile shield at southern Romania base

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — The U.S. Navy has taken control of a new missile defense base in southern Romania, one of two European land-based interceptor sites for a NATO missile shield that Russia strongly opposes.

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