- DISCOVERER II - A DARPA SAR TACSAT ASPO Briefing - 21 November 1998
- THE RADAR ROADMAP Electronic Trajectory Measurements Group, Range Commanders Council, DOCUMENT 260-98 - SEPTEMBER 1998
- Operational Requirements Document, by Gen. RICHARD B. MEYERS, USAF, Air Force Space Command, 15 SEP 98
- Lasers and Missile Defense: New Concepts for Space-based and Ground-based Laser Weapons, William H. Possel, Lt Col, USAF -- CSAT Occasional Paper No. 5 Center for Strategy and Technology, Air War College, July 1998
- Discoverer II: Space-Based GMTI/SAR Demonstration Program
June 24, 1998 Presented by: Col Mark T. Hughes Discoverer II Joint Program Manager
- Discoverer II: Global Precision Surveillance Industry Day Briefing
June 24, 1998 by: Dr. David Whelan Director, Tactical Technology Office
- Standard Interface Specification(.PDF), June 1998
- JLENS - Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensors 8 April 1998 [PDF]
- The Need for a Dedicated Space Vehicle for Defensive Counterspace Operations David D. Thompson; Edward F. Greer (Faculty Advisor) Air Command and Staff College April 1998 -- This vehicle should be ground-stationed, reusable, and prepared to launch into earth orbit in time of heightened tensions or war to carry out the defensive counterspace mission.
- Man's Place in Spaceplane Flight Operations: Cockpit, Cargo Bay, or Control Room? David M. Tobin; Mikael S. Beno (Faculty Advisor) Air Command and Staff College April 1998 -- The proper place for humans in military Spaceplane flight operations is always in the control room, sometimes in the cargo bay, but possibly never in a traditional cockpit environment.
- Briefing to National Space Symposium(.PDF), April 1998
- Laser Options for National Missile Defense Steven G. Leonard; Mark L. Devirgilio (Faculty Advisor) Air Command and Staff College April 1998 - The Space Based Laser (SBL) can meet the NMD requirements. A 24 SBL satellite constellation can kill 20 Taepo Dong 2 missiles launched anywhere in the world at anytime. Each SBL satellite is projected by BMDO to weigh 17,500 kilograms. Using the Aerospace Corporation's historical cost verses weight information, which shows that satellites average cost is roughly $50,000 per pound, the first satellite in this constellation would approach $2 billion dollars.
- ICBM Launch Control Center (LCC) EHF System (ILES) STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES - 20 Jan 98
- DEFENSE SCIENCE BOARD TASK FORCE ON SATELLITE RECONNAISSANCE JAN 1998
- THE DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM (DSP) "28 Years of Service" A Pictorial Chronology 1970-1998 by Major James J. Rosolanka, USAF, Director, DSP Space Systems Acquisitions Space Based Infrared Systems (SBIRS) System Program Office (SPO)
- Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS)
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