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  1. Air Defense Commander Underlines Capability to Combat All Types of AirstrikeRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    A senior Iranian commander underlined that the country enjoys such a powerful air defense system now that no enemy flying object can approach the country's border without being noticed and confronted. "Today, air defense has the capability to trace and intercept any aggression," Commander of Isfahan province's Air Defense Base General said in a press conference on Saturday.


  2. State Rep. Rehwinkel Vasilinda Apointed to Homeland Security Task ForceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WCTV Tallahassee

    ... of the Central Intelligence Agency; and Ambassador Henry Cooper, former Director of the Strategic Defense Initiative, and Chief Negotiator of nuclear and space arms control treaties. In her acceptance letter to Dr. Pry, Representative Rehwinkel ...


  3. Rhonda Wainshilbaum with a group of her students at the English Summer Camp in Nazareth, Israel.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | The Recorder

    As Leyden resident Rhonda Wainshilbaum's hitch-hiked ride snaked through the streets of Jerusalem one morning in early July, a loud siren began to ring out.


  4. Raytheon begins building critical components for AN/TPY-2 ballistic missile defense radarRead the original story

    Friday | Aerotech News And Review

    The Missile Defense Agency will soon have greater agility and capability in its fleet of AN/TPY-2 ballistic missile defense radars. Raytheon has begun construction of two major sub-components of the AN/TPY-2 under a $53 million contract announced by the Department of Defense on Sept 2. The units Raytheon is building will enable the MDA to rotate sub-components out of the field to receive depot-level upgrades while keeping the radars up and running.


  5. Raytheon Assembling Antimissile Warheads AgainRead the original story

    Friday | Bloomberg

    Raytheon Co. has resumed assembling warheads designed to intercept incoming intercontinental ballistic missiles after a four-year suspension ordered by the Pentagon because of failed test launches.


  6. Raytheon Company (RTN) Dividend Stock AnalysisRead the original story

    Friday |

    Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of Raytheon Company . Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis: Raytheon Company, the world's sixth-largest military contractor, specializes in making high-tech missiles, advanced radar systems and sensors, defense electronics, and missile-defense systems.


  7. Josh on "Homeland"Read the original story

    Friday |

    But the 'homeland defense' concept was always closely tied to creating a missile shield over the United States. And when I poked around a little further to try to find the earliest uses of the phrase in this context the earliest ones all traced back to Reagan missile defense initiative in the 1980s.


  8. Newest API Technologies Patent Extends RF/Microwave IP for GPS and Asset Tracking ApplicationsRead the original story

    Friday | PressReleasePoint

    API Technologies Corp. , a leading provider of high performance RF/microwave, power, and security solutions for high-reliability applications, announced today that it has been awarded a new patent for antenna technology for GPS and asset tracking applications. U.S. Patent Number 8810474, titled "Antenna with High K Backing Material," features an API-designed topology designed to boost antenna performance.


  9. Army deploying JLENS radar system to help protect Washington, D.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | UPI

    A Battery, 3rd Air Defense Artillery, will operate the system from Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, close to the nation's capital. JLENS stands for Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor, which is comprised of two aerostats, or tethered blimps, operating at an altitude of 10,000 feet.


  10. "Homeland" And Other Un-American Words and IdeasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Talking Points Memo

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    Friday | Talking Points Memo

    ... catbird seat." Later, just after the Bush administration left office, the former head of the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization, Henry Cooper, wrote with frustration that the "Fragile support for a U.S. homeland defense is threatened by ...


  12. These Are The Secret Sites Where The Soviet Union Exploded Atomic...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Silicon Alley Insider

    The Cold War and nuclear arms race may never have erupted into a full-blown nuclear war, but it still resulted in destruction and irreparable damage to the environment. Nuclear testing, primarily at sites in the former Soviet Union, left behind a trail of radiation, chemical debris, and poisoned citizens.


  13. One Navy ship departing, another returning to NorfolkRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2014 | The Virginian-Pilot

    The guided-missile cruiser Vella Gulf is returning to Norfolk on Saturday after a six-month deployment. Two days later, the guided-missile destroyer Mitscher will ship out.


  14. RTI Presents "Build Safe and Secure Distributed Systems for the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Market Wire

    Real-Time Innovations , the real-time Industrial Internet of Things communications platform company, today announced it is hosting a series of Connext DDS Road Shows titled "Build Safe and Secure Distributed Systems for the Industrial Internet of Things." The first show will be held in Boston on Sept.


  15. Jewish group provides Bedouins with mobile bomb sheltersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Times of Israel

    During Operation Protective Edge, most Bedouin Arabs in Israel's Negev Desert found themselves without bomb shelters to escape the rocket barrages from Gaza. Now a British Jewish group, the UK chapter of the Jewish National Fund, has purchased three mobile bomb shelters for the residents of the predominantly Bedouin city of Rahat.


  16. Missile defense is not optionalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Washington Examiner

    This summer marked the ninth occasion on which hit-to-kill missile defense technology proved its worth. The GMD interceptor destroyed a target ballistic missile above the earth's atmosphere in June.


  17. S. Korean People Protest against Establishment of MDRead the original story

    Thursday | Korean News

    The People for Achieving Peace and Reunification of south Korea held peace rallies in Seoul on Sept. 16 in protest against the U.S. moves to build the missile defense system.


  18. Raytheon Company: It's Been A Great RideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seeking Alpha

    Raytheon Company, the world's sixth-largest military contractor, specializes in making high-tech missiles, advanced radar systems and sensors, defense electronics, and missile-defense systems. Like most defense contractors, RTN is facing lower spending from governments around the world, most notably in Europe and the U.S. The stock is trading at a premium to my calculated fair value price.


  19. Foreign Policy Expert: Scottish Independence Raises Security FearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | News Max

    If Scotland becomes independent from Great Britain, it raises "some serious national security concerns," says foreign policy expert Travis Korson of Frontiers of Freedom. "Most of the nuclear weapons that the United Kingdom possess are housed in Scotland - both their traditional ones, land-based, as well as their nuclear submarines," Korson told Ed Berliner on "MidPoint" on Newsmax TV Thursday.


  20. Proposed Missile Defense System Gets Berrien County's SupportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | WSJM-AM Saint Joseph

    Berrien County is supporting a proposed missile defense installation at the Fort Custer Training Center in Calhoun and Kalamazoo Counties. County Administrator Bill Wolf says Fort Custer is one of a few proposed sites across the country for an intercontinental ballistic missile defense system to protect the eastern part of the United States.