Each issue of our MD Watch will recap recent stories and online media affecting the future of missile defense. In addition, I will provide my own insight on what is being done and what can be done to continue developing a missile defense program that will defend America and our allies.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 31, 2009
Riki Ellison, Chairman of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance (MDAA) announced today that the MDAA organization is in the process of developing a bi-weekly news clipping and analysis service known as "MD Watch." Ellison has seen the need for this service during his 25 years of supporting the missile defense program, and he feels it will provide a balanced view to the happenings and events impacting the development and deployment of our nation's missile defense system.
Ellison said "Each issue of our MD Watch will recap recent stories and online media affecting the future of missile defense. In addition, I will provide my own insight on what is being done and what can be done to continue developing a missile defense program that will defend America and our allies."
The MD Watch product is available to members of MDAA for a minimum donation of $8 per month or $80 on an annual basis. There is no fee to become a member of MDAA, but it does require enrolling at http://www.missiledefenseadvocacy.org. MD Watch is an electronic product that will be comprehensive in scope and timely in terms of program developments.
Call 703-299-0060 to sign up for the program or you may enroll using PayPal at the MDAA website. The first issue is slated to occur on April 10th.
Ellison closed his remarks by reiterating the importance of missile defense by saying "I believe the new Administration is going to be supportive and place a positive emphasis on the development and deployment of the missile defense system. We at MDAA believe it is the most important Department of Defense program under development, and we want our members to keep up to date on the importance and progress of the program. The MD Watch will do that."
MDAA is a non-profit organization which seeks to generate public support for the continued testing, development and deployment of missile defense systems to protect our country and our allies. The organization seeks to educate the general public with respect to missile defense issues and the urgent need for it.