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US Sends More Troops, Patriots, And Radars To Saudi; But Are They The Right Defense?

Posted by Paul McLeary on


“We’ve seen this coming,” but governments “haven’t been preparing to go after not only UAS but cruise missiles.”

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Poland To Buy At Least 32 F-35s As US Buying Spree Continues

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The State Department’s approval of a $6.5 billion deal for F-35 jets comes as Warsaw continues to pull closer to the Trump Administration.

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Army Tests Dispersed THAAD; Beginning Of Modular Missile Defense?

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The potential threat from Chinese batteries will only grow as Beijing continues to militarize small islands outside of its territorial waters, claiming them as their own.

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Army To Pick LTAMDS Winner By September

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“This is a radar they’re going to buy for, I don’t know, 30 years?  So you want to make sure you’ve got new technology that can meet the threats of the future.”

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Will Trump Keep Turkey In F-35 Program? Washington Mum on Russian S-400 Delivery

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No one is talking at DoD, State or the White House about today’s delivery of the Russian weapon system. Is the president considering looking the other way?

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Leaks, Drones, Mystery Attacks: US-Iran Tensions Boil Hot, But…

Posted by Arie Egozi on


As troops and hardware are on the move in the Gulf, diplomats signal that no one is eager for war.

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Israel Chafes As US Reported To Block David’s Sling Export Bid

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The Swiss want a new anti-missile defense system and asked for bids. We’re hearing the US leaned on Israel so Rafael did not submit a bid. Israel, as this story makes clear, really does want to bid.

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Back Off, Iran: US & Israel Complete Groundbreaking Missile Defense Exercise

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For the first time, the US plugged its high-altitude THAAD into the Israeli missile defense network — just one of the ways the two countries are cooperating against Iran.

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Washington Struggles With Next Move After Halt To F-35 Part Shipments To Turkey

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Senators, generals, and the acting Defense Secretary all tried to present a united front on Tuesday, but questions remain.

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US Halts F-35 Parts Shipments To Turkey

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WASHINGTON: The US economic vice is beginning to tighten on Recep Tayyip Erdogan, president of Turkey, who has made it a mark of his presidency to test just how far he can stretch the bonds that knit his country to NATO and the United States. The Pentagon announced today, as my Reuters’ colleague Mike Stone… Keep reading →

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