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Rockets launched from the Gaza Strip towards Israel is seen as a rocket by the Iron Dome anti-missile system is fired to intercept them on Aug. 19. Photo by Amir Cohen/Reuters More than two dozen rockets were fired fr0m the Gaza Strip between the hours of 10 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.
North country residents will have a chance to ask questions and speak out about a potential missile defense site at Fort Drum during a meeting tonight in Carthage.
Soldiers from several Michigan Army National Guard units are shown in this Jan. 6, 2013 file photo during a departure ceremony at Fort Custer.
A meeting will be held tonight at the Carthage High School to talk about the possibility of building a missile defense site at Fort Drum.
An upcoming Miami Beach business trip will include a visit to the manufacturer of the Iron Dome missile defense system, above.
Lockheed Martin Corp. Missiles and Fire Control was recently awarded a contract that could bring more manufacturing work to Alabama.
The Huntsville-made Standard Missile-6 performed right on cue during recent tests that showcased its ability to intercept a subsonic, low-altitude target over land.
IranESs permanent envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency Reza Najafi said Monday that missile defense program is IranESs redline in its nuclear negotiations with the West, IRNA reported.
In the back of a dimly lit banquet hall, a member of a prominent Washington think tank sat taking notes and snapping pictures of speakers' briefing slides using his mobile phone.
When observers describe or denounce Israeli military actions as "disproportionate," they glibly assume sweeping legal conclusions without sufficient proof or analysis.
"I encourage any small business who has an opportunity to be a part of a funded DoD or NASA mentor-protA©gA© program to aggressively go after it."
After the missiles have stopped, after the troops have come home, even after most of the wounded are out of the hospital, Israelis will still be feeling the burden of Operation Protective Edge - this time in their pockets.
Retired Lt. Gen. Kevin Campbell of Northrop Grumman leads a support to the warfighter during the Space and Missile Defense Symposium.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:15 am
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