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NORAD boss wants to get creative about defeating cruise missiles
The U.S. commander responsible for North America says he’s open for new ways to defend against cruise missile attacks on the homeland, including electronic warfare and other non-kinetic means.
By Joe Gould
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North Korea tests cruise missiles amid stalled nuke talks with US
North Korea last Thursday issued a veiled threat to resume the testing of nuclear explosives and long-range missiles targeting the American homeland.
North Korea says it tested new long-range cruise missiles, INDOPACOM monitoring
The Korean Central News Agency said Monday the cruise missiles demonstrated an ability to hit targets more than 900 miles away during flight tests on Saturday and Sunday.
It’s official: US Army inks Iron Dome deal
The U.S. Army has minted a contract to purchase two Iron Dome missile defense systems as an interim solution to defend against cruise missiles.
By Jen Judson
US strikes on Syria pose risk of conflict with Russia
President Donald Trump was sending mixed messages on whether to launch missile strikes on Syria amid growing concerns about risking a conflict with Russia.
By Kyle Rempfer