Missile Defense & Weapons Analysis

Dec 22, 2023
As the first U.S. hypersonic weapons enter service, defense officials are searching for new ideas for high-speed propulsion and to dramatically reduce prices.
Dec 22, 2023
The Defense Department should consider proven, maneuvering reentry vehicle technology.
Dec 19, 2023
Despite the conflict in Gaza, the Middle East’s military modernization is continuing.
Dec 11, 2023
Destabilizing shocks, such as Hamas' bloody Oct. 7 attack on Israel, highlight a dangerous new security environment.
Dec 06, 2023
The need to counter faster, more powerful drones at a large scale is becoming the “problem of our time,” a top Defense Department weapons buyer says.
Dec 27, 2023
Japan will reportedly transfer an unspecified number of MIM-104 Patriot missiles to the U.S.
Dec 22, 2023
Ukraine’s allies need to make the war-torn nation’s ground-based air defenses sustainable, an Estonian defense report suggests.
Dec 21, 2023
German lawmakers have approved €3 billion ($3.3 billion) in spending for the procurement of some 1,900 missiles.
Dec 21, 2023
The U.S., Japan and South Korean militaries have activated a missile data sharing system to track and disseminate North Korean missile information in real time.
Dec 19, 2023
More details about France’s V-MAX hypersonic glider flight test have emerged.
Dec 14, 2023
The Nov. 16 demonstration moves the GE project closer to a full-scale ground test in late 2025 of a unique new turbine-based combined cycle engine.
Dec 13, 2023
Startup propulsion company Ursa Major has begun assembly of the first Draper engine for a new-generation, air-launched hypersonic target vehicle.