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A couple converted a Kansas nuclear missile silo into a bizarre 18,000-square-foot castle, and now it’s on the market for $3.2 million — s...
The Pedens spent 33 years renovating the property, decorating it like a castle, and erecting two watch towers.
China used a massive military parade to unveil a supersonic, nuclear-capable missile that could get around the US missile-defense system
The Dongfeng-41 is believed to have a range of 9,320 miles, according to US defense analysts, and be able to travel at 25 times the speed of sound.
The Army is testing lightweight laser missile-defense systems for its Black Hawks to help defend against heat-seeking, surface-to-air missiles.
Experts have suggested that the weapons North Korea has been testing this year could be the key to a first strike, one that could evade defenses.
Israel's Iron Dome took a $429 million investment from the US in 2014, and since has intercepted hundreds, if not thousands, of incoming projectiles.
The US Army is gearing up for a potential fight with Russia, and it just put a crucial defensive weapon back in Europe permanently
The Army shed its air-defense units 15 years ago. Now with concerns about a great-power fight growing, it's bringing them back.
Trump says he’ll scrap a Cold War-era missile deal with Russia, which could throw ‘another hand grenade’ into NATO
Opponents have argued that Russian violations, and Chinese deployments, have made the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty more of a burden than a benefit. But scrapping it now could further strain relations between Trump and the US's European partners.
One of the many musicians on hand for President Trump's signing of a music-copyright law on Thursday was Jeff Baxter, a guitarist with Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers who has carved out a second career as a missile-defense expert.
The US Air Force is ordering new satellites to harden defenses against Russian and Chinese missile threats
The US Air Force has awarded Lockheed Martin a nearly $3 billion contract for new and survivable early warning satellites to bolster the first line of defense against Russian and Chinese missile threats and emerging counterspace capabilities.
The US’s nuclear commander says the only way to defend the US from new Russian and Chinese missiles lies in space
The key to defending the US homeland against Russian and Chinese missile threats, as well as emerging threats from countries like North Korea and Iran, lies in space, according to the head of the US's nuclear forces.