Latest "missile-defense" stories
“How do we share information? How do we share intelligence? How do we gain a common understanding with each other?” Lt. Gen. Alexus Grynkewich said.
Stronger air and missile defenses will remain in place in Eastern Europe for the long run, a NATO official said last month.
The changed security environment in Europe will yield increased demand from European allies for integrated missile defenses, early warning systems, air-to-air missiles and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms, a senior U.S. defense official said Thursday.
The military completed a critical design review using streamlined acquisition authorities to speed up prototyping.
By Nathan Strout