This carefully designed heat map provides a snapshot of international global missile technologies and highlights areas of importance which were discussed at the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement's 2017 conference: Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) 2017.
Brigadier General Eric Sanchez Commander, 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, discusses how current and developing threats paired with demanding geography make the Asia-Pacific AOR one of the most challenging problem sets in the world, the areas of responsibility for USPACOM, mission command and support relationships, the pacific Army IAMD strategy and campaign plan and much more!
Mr. Rick Glitz, JIAMDO Technical Director, speaks about adversaries and friendlies of the joint IAMD 2020 environment, key points of Joint IAMD Vision 2020, six imperatives identified as keys to achieving Joint Vision IAMD 2020, and how they are defined.
Francis G. Mahon, Major General, US Army-Retired, explains the what the diplomatic arsenal is, the role of the IAMD as a diplomatic tool, a deterrent of aggression, and incorporating IAMD into the strategic protection of partner nations. Also the Three Pillars of the International Security Strategyâ€™s, and mitigating IAMDâ€™S challenges in technology and fiscal.
This brand new infographic details the spending in FY17 for air and missile defense. It takes a focused look at what encompasses the Missile Defense Agencies request of $7.5 billion. Showcasing new improvements to ground based interceptors, development of the redesigned kill vehicle, THAAD development efforts, and more!
Here are some of the holdings & requirements for Israel, Japan & the U.S.A. Many of these technologies and initiatives will be addressed at the 4th Integrated Air & Missile Defense event taking place this November.
In the run-up to the highly anticipated 2nd Annual Integrated Air and Missile Defense event, we sat down with COL (R) Art Loureiro to bring you this exclusive one-on-one interview. He discusses how the IAMD community is addressing the UAS threat in the homeland and against our deployed forces, capabilities across the domains (land, maritime, air, cyber, and space), and efforts the Department is taking to fully integrate IAMD forces in the context of joint-coalition warfare, and more!
Air and Missile Defense programs and requirements continue to evolve at a rapid pace. The threats pose by Russia in Europe and North Korea in the Far East have prompted increased BMD initiatives in these regions. At the same time, the market for all sectors of the Air Defense Systems market remains buoyant with over 30 countries having new procurement or upgrade programs under way. The value of the Air and Missile Defense market is estimated to be over $30 Billion in the next 10 years... to read more, download the report.
At a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on the global threats facing the United States and its allies earlier this year, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), the panel's chairman, noted the current international environment is more complex and dangerous than at any time in recent memory. Here are the top eight current and future threats facing America and its partner nations and the likely challenges they pose to integrated air and missile defense.
The field of Air and Missile Defense is facing a host of new requirements which are, in turn, driving many nations to seek upgrades to their capability. Brigadier General Donald Fryc, Chief of the US Army's 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command (32d AAMDC) tells Defence IQ why a continued multi-service and multinational cooperation is essential to maintain an AMD forceâ€ and how a series of events and exercises in 2015 will serve to close the gaps quickly.
A recap of the Presidential budget requests from 2018, which includes more than $9 Billion for modernization and development of our nation’s missile defenses. If you would like to have a copy sent to you directly, please email email@example.com
Inside Defense reports on the push from Congress to the Army to remedy cruise missile defense gaps. The Senate's original proposition evoked skepticism about the slow pace of the Army's long-term solution.The House's main proposition included looking at directed energy weapons as possible choices for the 2023 deployment.
Japan Marines United (JMU) Corporation is at the forefront of Air and Missile Defense change. In international Air and Missile Defense news, the Japanese Marines launched the first of two improved guided missile destroyers in the first week of August. Time will only tell how this will impact the rest of the globe. Read this article from The Diplomat for the inside scoop.