Raytheon’s AN/TPY-2 X-band mobile radar is one of the United States’ most powerful assets in the defense against ballistic missiles.
SINGAPORE – Cruise missiles that are difficult to detect, increasingly fast and capable of carrying nuclear warheads are spreading, especially in Asia, complicating arms control and raising the risk of catastrophic conflict. Until recently, most concerns have focused on the actual [...]
PARIS, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — A U.S. Middle East security partner moved one step closer to gaining an enhanced ballistic missile defense capability when Raytheon Company completed the redesign of eight circuit card assemblies for a Foreign Military Sales [...]
Earlier this month, SIPRI, the respected Sweden-based arms control and non-proliferation think tank, reported that China, India, and Pakistan had increased their nuclear arsenals by 10 to 20 weapons each during the past year. In this interview with Chidanand Rajghatta, [...]
June 15, 2013 – The Department of National Defense (DND) plans to acquire anti-aircraft guided missiles, which will be positioned in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) as part of the country’s first-ever missile defense system. Communications Secretary Ricky [...]
India’s missile defense system is set to get a big boost as it is developing capability to intercept enemy missiles fired from a distance of up to 5,000 kilometers, in effect tackling any possible threat from countries including China. The [...]
India’s missile defence system is set to get a big boost as it is developing capability to intercept enemy missiles fired from a distance of up to 5,000km, in effect tackling any possible threat from countries such as China.
Raytheon Co. (RTN) said its Patriot technology is enjoying renewed demand that may help the world’s largest missile maker double its customer base for the air defense system.
The most basic definition of a security community of independent states within a defined region is that there exists a reliable expectation that the states within that region will not resort to war to prosecute their disputes.
At the recently concluded Shangri La security conference, the emerging security scenario in the Asia Pacific was the main theme for discussions. Interposed between many plenary sessions on regional security and military transparency issues was an entire session devoted to [...]