March 1998 Space News
- ADDITIONAL CIVIL CODED SIGNALS ON FUTURE GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) SATELLITES March 30, 1998
- VICE PRESIDENT GORE ANNOUNCES ENHANCEMENTS TO THE GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM THAT WILL BENEFIT CIVILIAN USERS WORLDWIDE March 30, 1998
- ARROW MISSILE VOA 3/28/98 DEFENSE SECRETARY WILLIAM COHEN SAYS THE UNITED STATES WILL SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT OF MORE MISSILE DEFENSES IN ISRAEL. ISRAEL IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON THE ARROW ANTI-MISSILE MISSILE. THE NEW PLAN CALLS FOR THREE BATTERIES OF MISSILES INSTEAD OF TWO
- RD-180 rocket engine launches into another milestone ASTRO NEWS Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif. March 27, 1998
- Tobyhanna producing components for new all-services satellite radio by Anthony Ricchiazzi (Army News Service, March 27, 1998) -- Tobyhanna Depot designed and built prototype components for the AN/PSC-5 "Spitfire" Satellite Radio Terminal, which replaces the AN/PSC-3.
- Hard.Copy - 27 March 1998 Article Citations Gathered From Commercially Published Journals And Newsletters.
- Tobyhanna takes on worldwide satellite communications project by Anthony Ricchiazzi TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. (Army News Service, March 27, 1998) -- Tobyhanna has embarked on a multi-million dollar mission to install and test a wide variety of Defense Satellite Communications Systems at sites located worldwide.
- Space systems like GPS support joint forces near Iraq ASTRO NEWS Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif. March 27, 1998
- DEFENSE SEC COHEN, ISRAELI DEFENSE MINISTER DISCUSS MISSILES By William B. Reinckens USIA 27 March 1998 - Cohen supports Israel's request for third Arrow Missile battery.
- NY RADAR I VARDŲ Dato: 24. mars Pressemelding nr.: 29/1998 FORSVARETS OVERKOMMANDO PRESSE- OG INFORMASJONSAVDELINGEN OSLO MIL/HUSEBY
- Hard.Copy - 20 March 1998 Article Citations Gathered From Commercially Published Journals And Newsletters.
- Atlas Rocket Successfully Launches Navy UHF Follow-On Satellite March 19, 1998 -- This satellite is the first of three to carry the Global Broadcast Service payload. The GBS payload provides the Defense Department with four 130-watt, 24 mega-bits-per-second (Mbps) military Ka-band (30/20 GHz) transponders.
- NEEDED: SPACE DEFENSE AGAINST MISSILES AND ASTEROIDS The Washington Inquirer, Mar. 17, 1998 by Albert L. Weeks - Besides intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), whether launched accidentally or intentionally, our country is likewise defenceless against an asteroid headed in Earth's direction.
- Odetics SSR Operational In Space on Cobra Brass Payload March 15, 1998 - Odetics was informed today by Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) that "the Cobra Brass payload containing an Odetics solid-state recorder (SSR) is fully operational in space."
- Hard.Copy - 13 March 1998 Article Citations Gathered From Commercially Published Journals And Newsletters.
- BRIGADIER GENERAL RICHARD DAVIS, DEPUTY DIRECTOR, BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION, SPECIAL DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE NEWS MEDIA BRIEFING DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, 3:00 P.M. EST TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1998
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- Hera is flying from Wingate Army SMDC PAO 3/2/98 The U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command's Ballistic Missile Targets Joint Project Office, in support of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization's Consolidated Targets Program, successfully tested a newly configured ballistic missile target vehicle launched from Fort Wingate to White Sands Missile Range, N.M., on March 2.
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