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Could the US Survive With a "Dyad" Nuclear Deterrence -- Without Ground-Fired ICBM?
Could the US Survive With a "Dyad" & No Ground-Fired ICBM?
The Paradox of Nuclear Deterrence: Air Force Fires Minuteman III ICBM, Accelerates New Sentinel Nuclear Missile for 2029
An unarmed Minuteman III ICBM carrying three re-entry vehicles traveled 4,200 miles during a test demonstration flight
Putin’s Machiavellian “Scare” Tactics May Not Be Working
Given Putin’s known terror tactics his subordinates may simply operate out of a sense of fear. This fear of Putin, one could imagine, may lead them to distort war developments.
Ukraine Launches Intense Counteroffensive
Could Ukraine “win” its war against Russian invaders?
Ayman al-Zawahiri Drone Strike
Budgets for large drones such as the Reaper and Global Hawk have been the subject of debate, yet their value is clearly understood
Pentagon Pursues Cutting Edge Tech to Stop Hypersonic Missiles
The Space Development Agency is accelerating its plan to launch 28 new satellites by 2025 through its $1.3 billion Tranche 1 Tracking Layer missile warning program
Accelerating Hypersonic Missile Defense: Space Development Agency to Launch 28 New Satellites by 2025
Contracts were just awarded to Northrop Grumman and L3 for the $1.3 billion Tranche 1 Tracking Layer missile warning program.
The Oncoming Drone Explosion
“Explosion” would be an accurate word to describe the global economic market when it comes to the use of small drones and unmanned systems for both commercial and military operation
US Hypersonic Weapons Make Rapid Advancements in Shadow of China and Russia
The US is number three with hypersonics behind Russia behind China, but there's been a lot of progress and breakthrough steps on the US side.
Can More Advanced Helicopters Help Israel Confront Iran? - Analysis
Israel's current stable of helicopters should have been bolstered years ago through purchases of advanced helicopters from the US.
The Dilemma of Special Operations - And The Helicopter-Plane That Can Change The Picture
The aircraft combines the capability of a standard helicopter with the fast and long-range cruising capability of an aircraft.
Can a Nuclear War Be Won? America’s Adversaries May Think So
Peace through strength worked. It is time to return to it.
Missile Defense Agency 2023 Budget: Emphasis on Ground Based Interceptors & Enemy ICBMs
The Pentagon wants to make sure it sustains and upgrades its existing GBIs while the emerging NGI continues to develop to ensure missile defenses remain operational
What Abolitionists Get Wrong About U.S. Nuclear Deterrence
The Ukraine conflict revealed Russia’s current nuclear strategy has changed since the Cold War. Today, Moscow is warning if the United States resists Russian aggression, Russia will quickly escalate to the nuclear level with limited nuclear strikes
New Navy Ship Weapons Launcher Will Fire Hypersonic Missiles
Northrop Grumman’s EJECT launch technology is designed to supplement VLS and support hypersonic missiles and other emerging larger ship-fired missiles and weapons
2023 Missile Defense Agency Budget: $75 Million for Alaskan "Long-Range Discrimination Radar"
The MDA budget allocates $75 million for the Alaska-based LRDR and $165 million for Sea-Based X-Band Radar