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Missile Defense: DoD Needs to More Fully Assess Requirements and Establish Operational Units Before Fielding New Capabilities
John H. Pendleton (au)
In 2002, the Dept. of Defense (DoD) began developing and rapidly fielding a global Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) composed of elements that include radars, interceptors, and command and control systems. These elements are envisioned to be linked together to defend against a broad range of ballistic missile threats. In 2009, DoD began a broad review of missile defense policy and strategy intended to reassess the BMDS and set direction for the future. This report reviewed the extent to which DoD has: (1) identified the types and quantities of elements and interceptors it needs; and (2) established the units to operate elements that have been put into use. The author reviewed studies and other documents from the Missile Defense Agency.
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