Missile defense remains in the Pentagon's budget, with the hope that, this time, the technology doesn't fail during testing.
Iron Dome, meet Iron Beam.
North Korea has basically zero chance of hitting anyone but themselves with a nuke. But if they did manage to launch a missile, what technology do we have to stop...
It’s tough to hit a moving rocket with a moving rocket. Here’s how Israel’s new domestic missile defense system is doing it with unprecedented accuracy.
A non-working laser cannon to fend off non-working missiles
The Missile Defense Agency’s Airborne Laser Test Bed (ALTB) is dead after a long battle with Pentagon budgetary priorities and … Continued
When it comes to space-based missile defense, history tells us it’s a good idea to be skeptical of any given … Continued
But can it shoot down skeeters?
The Army flies a blimp that can detect cruise missiles up to 300 miles away
Full destruction of the toxic hydrazine fuel tank remains unconfirmed. Videos of impact and launch inside
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