The nation’s smallest military branch would see one of the largest funding increases based on percentage under President Joe Biden’s 2024 budget request.
Missile Warning & Defense
Air Force and Space Force leaders are thinking long and hard about the need to better defend U.S. forward-deployed forces and allies in a world awash in cruise and ballistic missiles, armed drones, and potential adversaries increasingly emboldened to use them, they said March 7 ...
After a Chinese high-altitude spy balloon traversed the United States in late January and early February, much of the public spotlight focused on Gen. Glen D. VanHerck, the head of U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). But for VanHerck ...
The Space Development Agency has added another batch of missile-tracking satellites to its expansive constellation, awarding Raytheon a $250 million contract March 2 to build seven spacecraft. Those satellites will join the already-planned 28 satellites in the Tranche 1 Tracking Layer of SDA’s Proliferated Warfighter Space ...
The U.S. believes the New START strategic arms treaty with Russia—which Moscow said it is “suspending” its participation in—can be saved, despite the grim relationship between the two countries, one of the State Department’s top arms control officials said.
The former commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe argued for integrating air defense and missile defense systems and network and enhancing the responsiveness of U.S., NATO, and partner defenses.
The U.S. must augment its nuclear deterrence in South Korea with strategic asset support and a recommitment to South Korea's defense, according to a new Heritage Foundation report.
U-2s were able to fly above a high-altitude Chinese spy balloon and collected valuable imagery. One of the pilots took a selfie to prove it.
The last remaining nuclear arms control treaty, the New START agreement between the U.S. and Russia, is in peril following a declaration by Russian president Vladimir Putin that Moscow was “suspending” Russia's participation in the accord.
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