Raytheon Company has received a $655 million contract for new-production fire units of the combat-proven Patriot Air and Missile Defense System for Kuwait.
These units are an addition to the Patriot fire units Kuwait currently own
The US Defence Department plans to ask Congress for $4.5 billion in extra missile defense funding over the next five years as part of the fiscal 2015 budget request, say congressional sources and an expert.
Nearly $1 billion of th
China has flight-tested a hypersonic missile delivery vehicle in a move that was scientific in nature and not targeted at any country, the Defence Ministry said.
A Chinese military build-up has raised regional jitters. Many countr
US-based Raytheon sees "tremendous opportunities" for international bookings including large missile defence orders from Kuwait, Oman and Qatar before the end of the year, its chief financial officer said.
The company is
Turkey is likely to sign a $3.4 billion missile defence deal with a Chinese firm under US sanctions, a senior official said on Thursday, a proposal that is already straining relations with Washington.
Turkey sees a growing threat
The Pentagon said it has finalized a contract worth $4 billion with Lockheed Martin Corp to supply equipment for a missile defense system to the US and the UAE and is in talks with Qatar on a similar sale.
The deal involves Lockhe
US-Russian talks on eliminating Syria's chemical weapons program have reached a "pivotal point," a US official said, and both nations said they wanted to renew efforts to negotiate a peaceful end to the war in Syria.
The United States and Russia, already at odds over Syria - clashed further on Monday over whether the UN nuclear agency should analyse the possible risks involved if a reactor near Damascus were to be hit during US-led military strikes.
It's a truism often repeated in the Pentagon and across the U.S. security establishment: In war, the enemy gets a vote.
A US-led cruise missile attack on Syria in response to its alleged use of chemical weapons, which seems in
Exploiting a loophole in Western sanctions, Iran is importing a high grade of refined alumina ore from several European countries including Germany and France that Tehran could be using to make armour parts and missile components.