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Why Chinese missile swarms could obliterate America in battle

May 25, 2016 • In the News • Original: The Week

 By  Robert Beckhusen “Since the end of the Cold War, the Pentagon had the luxury of assuming that air and missile attacks on its bases and forces would either not…

WW3 Scenario: China’s Missiles Superior Than US

May 24, 2016 • In the News • Original: Morning News USA

By: Jennifer Ong While the U.S. may have superiority among all global military forces due to the sheer numbers of its military forces, weapons, jets, ships and tanks alone, one think…

Preparing for Attack by Precision-Guided Missiles

May 23, 2016 • In the News • Original: Air Force Magazine Daily Report

By: Jennifer Hlad The US military “has become accustomed to assuming” its opponents either can’t strike US bases and forces overseas with precision, or don’t have the capacity to overwhelm…

No Silver Bullet

May 23, 2016 • In the News • Original: Air Force Magazine Daily Report

By: Jennifer Hlad Preparing for future salvo competitions will require a “system of systems” approach, Bryan Clark, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, said Friday…

CSBA: Shorter-Range Missile Defense Equals Bigger Savings

May 23, 2016 • In the News • Original: Aerospace Daily & Defense Report

By: Michael Fabey The U.S. Navy could save money by shifting its missile-salvo defensive anti-air warfare (AAW) strategy away from long-range interceptors and toward medium-range surface-to-air interceptors, hypervelocity projectiles, directed energy…