Adapting U.S. Missile Defense for Future Threats

Friday, July 25, 2014

East Alabama Congressman Mike Rogers held a subcommittee hearing yesterday to address the growing and changing missile threat environment.  The title of the hearing was “Adapting U.S. Missile Defense for Future Threats: Russia, China and Modernizing the National Missile Defense Act.”  Congressman Rogers talked to TV24, today, to further explain how he thinks America should handle Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggression. Rogers also states that according to the Missile Defense Agency: There has

been an increase of more than 1,200 additional ballistic missiles over the past five years.  Congressman Rogers is a senior member of the Armed Services Committee.  He is Chairman of the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces. The Subcommittee deals with missile defense and nuclear weapons issues.

 

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