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The potential of British destroyers to engage in theater missile defense is to be explored by the country's Missile Defense Center and its industry partners. The decision, the center said, follows satellite tracking experiments using BAE Systems'
Advanced Solid Divert and Attitude Control System technologies for the U.S. Standard Missile-3 Block IIB interceptor are being developed by Aerojet. Aerojet, part of GenCorp Inc. of California, said development comes under a contract from the U.S.
The Pentagon has given Israel a quick-fix $70 million to buy at least two Iron Dome counter-rocket batteries as part of an overall package of nearly $1 billion for the missile defense shield it is putting together. But, with both countries slashing
The Pentagon is expected to announce an additional $680 million in U.S. aid for Israel to boost the development of anti-missile systems to shield the Jewish state from a feared bombardment by Iran, Syria, Hezbollah and the Palestinians.
The first test for the new Raytheon Co. Missile-3 interceptor, designed to play a ‘central role’ in an anti-missile shield being built in Central Europe, and was intended to protect NATO allies
While the world fixates on the latest gasbagging and saber-rattling from globally sanctioned but ever-defiant North Korea and Iran, we are focusing today on another escalating nuclear-age crisis...We don't underestimate the potential for evildoing by
Northrop Grumman Corp. has been awarded a $96 million follow-on contract by the U.S...The contract deals with MDA's Missile Defense Command, Control, Battle Management and Communications. Northrop Grumman received the contract as one of five major
Israel says it has successfully tested an upgraded radar for the Arrow missile defense system, developed with the United States and designed to intercept projectiles that might be fired at the Jewish state from Iran. Defense
Missile Defense Agency has given the nod to a Lockheed Martin-led industry team for continued C2BMC work. The follow-on contract for development, operation and sustainment of the agency's Command, Control, Battle Management and Communications program
Development and sustainment work of the mid-course element of the U.S. ballistic defense system will be performed by a special Boeing-Northrop Grumman team. The companies announced they received the contract for ground-based midcourse defense from