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22 hrs ago | Lansing State Journal
The Pentagon recently announced that Fort Custer Training Center near Battle Creek is one of four locations being considered for a new missile defense site.
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It is our role as a global leader to be the strongest nation in opposing Russia's latest aggression.
The face of warfare is changing in the Middle East and future conflicts are more likely to involve missiles and less likely to use ground troops.
The space-launch business shows just how difficult it is to make sense of sanctions aimed at Putin's actions in Ukraine.
A substantial proportion of the manufacture of Israel's Iron Dome batteries will shift to the United States as part of a major increase in US funding for the anti-missile program.
Militants in the Gaza Strip fired dozens of rockets Wednesday into southern Israel, sending civilians rushing into bomb shelters but causing no casualties.
The Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency said on Wednesday it had added $750 million to Northrop Grumman Corp's contract to manage the information technology of the U.S. ballistic missile defense system.
Last week the White House released its FY2015 defense budget. The good news: it addresses improving America's homeland missile defenses.
This allows satellite operators to catalog-to-order solutions for common parts, subsystems and components.
President Barack Obama is slashing U.S. contributions to Israel's counterterrorism aid reducing the Jewish State's ballistic missile defense programs, according to an email from Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance to its members and supporters on Monday.
Dick Cheney 's cowboy adventurism helped to lead America into an unnecessary war with Iraq back in 2002, but his recent criticism of President Barack Obama 's diplomatic efforts to help resolve the crisis in Ukraine clearly shows he has yet to learn his lesson.
Sen. John McCain and a former presidential candidate in 2008 is not happy with President Obama's actions over Russia's invasion of Crimea .
Twenty years ago, the collapse of the Warsaw Pact and the Soviet Union marked a virtual end to the long-standing military and ideological threat that Moscow represented to the United States.
Turkey's controversial decision last September to select a Chinse firm for the construction of the country's first long-range air and anti-missile defense architecture has drawn reactions, Hurriyet Daily News reported.