The Missile Defense Agency has several locations across the U.S. Please check the details of the specific job listing for its location.
Our Huntsville office is the center of gravity for test, integration, and fielding activity. It is located in the cradle of American rocket technology and is responsible for guiding the programs essential to the overall success of the MDA mission.
Our National Capital Region (NCR) office maintains a headquarters focused on global strategy and overall program development. It is a liaison between our parent agency, the Department of Defense, the White House and Executive Branch, the American people, and their elected representatives in Congress.
Naval Support Facility Dahlgren is the home to our Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense program office. This is the naval component of the Ballistic Missile Defense System.
The MDA's Missile Defense Integration and Operations Center is the Department of Defense's premier modeling, simulation, and wargaming center. It is located at Schriever Air Force Base.
Fort Greely, Alaska
This missile emplacement, located 100 miles southeast of Fairbanks, is one of two sites in the U.S. with deployed interceptor missiles charged with defending all 50 states against a limited long-range ballistic missile attack.
At Kirtland AFB, we seek out and develop new and innovative sensor and laser concepts and technologies that can be applied across the Missile Defense System (MDS) in order to pace the threat, improve system performance and reliability, reduce implementation risk, and lower life-cycle costs.