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Ballistic Missile Defense: Actions Needed to Address Implementation Issues and Estimate Long-Term Costs for European Capabilities
John H. Pendleton (au)
Since 2002, the Dept. of Defense (DOD) has spent over $98 billion developing a ballistic missile defense system to protect the U.S., U.S. forces, and allies against inbound threat missiles. In Dec. 2011, DOD deployed the initial phase of a revised approach for Europe, with increased capabilities to be deployed in later phases. GAO has reported on potential risks to DOD's implementation caused by the lack of a coordinated management approach and an absence of life-cycle cost estimates. Given DOD's ballistic missile defense (BMD) investment and revised approach, this report reviewed the European Phased Adaptive Approachäó»s (EPAA's) implementation. It evaluated the extent to which DOD (1) identified and planned to resolve implementation issues before deploying BMD capabilities to Europe; and (2) estimated the long-term costs to operate and support BMD elements in Europe. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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