Missile Defense & Weapons Analysis

Nov 20, 2020
Will Greece buy the F-35?; Missile defense milestone; U.S. Navy considers new trainer; and Raytheon employee disciplined.
Nov 18, 2020
Collins has started developing the critical communications suite for possible replacement fleet for airborne nuclear command-and-control.
Nov 05, 2020
Seven years after the demise of the X-51 program, the Pentagon puts Boeing back in the running for hypersonic cruise missile programs.
Oct 29, 2020
What’s next for U.S. Air Force tankers; Ecuador receives H145s; continued F-35 delays; and unmanned teaming for Wildcat.
Oct 26, 2020
Take a look at the range of aircraft populating the Chinese military fleet.
Nov 24, 2020
Brazil is to develop an air-launched cruise missile for use from its new fleet of F-39 Gripen combat aircraft, becoming the first Latin American country to pursue such a capability.
Nov 17, 2020
A U.S. Navy SM-3 Block IIA missile late on Nov. 16 shot down an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) target in a landmark test for the U.S…
Nov 13, 2020
The U.S. Army will activate two air defense artillery batteries at Fort Bliss in Texas to test and evaluate the Iron Dome system for integration into the service’s existing architecture.
Nov 13, 2020
European missile manufacturer MBDA’s high-tier missile/long-range mobile missile (MHT/MLP) has been selected to fulfill France’s Future Tactical Air-to-Surface Missile (MAST-F) requirement.
Nov 11, 2020
Northrop Grumman is looking to become the third major missile provider to the Pentagon and allied customers, the company’s chief executive said Nov. 11.
Nov 11, 2020
The sources sought notice asked interested companies to supply a wide range of information, such as a rough order of magnitude estimate for the cost and schedule of developing and delivering up 8,000 missiles. 
Nov 05, 2020
Lithuania has inducted its first ground-based Norwegian Advanced Surface to Air Missile System into service, becoming the first of the Baltic States to field such a capability. 
Nov 05, 2020
Non-European Union countries such as the U.S. and UK are being allowed to participate in the EU’s PESCO defense cooperation initiative.