For nearly 25 years, Boeing-built and supported air and missile defense systems have protected the nation, warfighters, allies and international partners against threats ranging from intercontinental ballistic missiles to hostile aircraft.
Today, Boeing’s proven portfolio of precision air and missile defense solutions continue to set the industry standard for performance and affordability – and we deliver rapid, reliable capabilities in support of readiness worldwide.
Looking to the future, Boeing is committed to developing talent and enhancing air and missile defense capabilities to meet evolving needs today, while investing in modernization and next-generation technologies to out-innovate, deter and defend against the emerging threats of tomorrow.
Boeing’s Missile and Weapon Systems division is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama.
The Boeing-supported Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense, or ABMD, system provides sea-based missile defense against short to intermediate-range ballistic missile threats to the U.S. homeland.
Boeing is the prime contractor for Ground-based Midcourse Defense, or GMD, the only operationally-deployed missile defense program that has defended the entire U.S. homeland (including Alaska and Hawaii) against long-range missile attacks for more than 16 years. Note: The views expressed are those of The Boeing Company and do not constitute an endorsement by the U.S. Missile Defense Agency.
For 20 years, Boeing-built seekers have guided the U.S. Army’s Patriot Advanced Capability-3, or PAC-3, Missile system to protect warfighters around the world from tactical ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and hostile aircraft.
Ready, proven and affordable battlefield protection for warfighters against a growing array of emerging unmanned aerial system (UAS) threats and more.