by Allen McDuffee | Mar 3, 2014 | MonitorImage: Elbit Systems Israel is finally ready to combat shoulder-launched missiles and they’re going to do it with lasers. Israel’s Ministry of Defense announced Wednesday that SkyShield, developed by Israeli defense contractor Elbit Systems, had...
by Allen McDuffee | Feb 28, 2014 | MonitorThe Navy is developing a five-pound, 25-inch mini-munition that it’s calling “the world’s smallest guided missile.”
by Noah Shachtman | May 7, 2013 | MonitorIsrael may have attacked targets in Syria — and risked a wider war — to stop ballistic missiles from falling into the wrong hands. But the Israelis insist they can shoot the Fateh-110 missiles out of the sky.
by Spencer Ackerman | Apr 15, 2013 | MonitorSo far, North Korea hasn’t launched a missile as expected to celebrate its founder’s birthday. But that doesn’t change the U.S. military’s posture on and near the Korean peninsula.
by Spencer Ackerman | Jan 7, 2013 | MonitorThe next Pentagon chief was OK with warrantless surveillance, wanted to put U.S. ground troops in Kosovo, and loves missile defense. So much for Chuck Hagel’s dovishness.