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Report of the APS Study Group on Boost-Phase Intercept Systems for National Missile Defense: Vol. 1: Executive Summary & Conclusions; Vol. 2: Supporting Analysis
Daniel Kleppner & Frederick K. Lamb (ed). Boost-phase intercept systems (BPIS) for defending the U.S. against ballistic missile attack are being actively considered as a major part of a national missile defense strategy. Spending on such systems by the DoD is growing, & there is a prospect of much larger expenditures in the future. BPIS would seek to disable attacking missiles during the first few minutes of flight, while the missiles’ boosters are still burning & before they have released nuclear, chemical, or biological munitions. The technical aspects & feasibility of such weapons are the subject of this report by the Study Group on Boost-Phase Intercept Systems for Nat. Missile Defense. These assessments are based solely on info. found in the open lit. about ballistic missiles & missile def.
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Politician Goes to War: The Civil War Letters of John White Geary
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Around the American Table: Treasured Recipes & Food Traditions from the American Cookery Collections of the New York Public Library
Gates of the Alamo
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