Report: U.S. Looking for New Anti-Missile Sites on West Coast

The United States is reportedly searching for new sites on the west coast to set up anti-missile defense systems. The move comes amid heightened tensions with North Korea, which fired yet another intercontinental ballistic missile on Wednesday, raising concerns about a missile hitting the U.S. mainland.
According to Reuters, the U.S. Missile Defense Agency is likely to use missiles similar to those deployed in South Korea known as Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) in response to North Korea’s aggression. Read more. 


  1. As usual, Reuters doesn’t know what it’s talking about. The US has been considering Western US antiballistic missile sites since the program started in 1986. Furthermore, THAAD is not the correct choice for the frat layer of defense against an ICBM from DPRK; GBI is.


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