September 1998 Space News
- hard.copy Update 25 September 1998 -- ARTICLE CITATIONS FROM COMMERCIALLY PUBLISHED JOURNALS AND NEWSLETTERS.
- Raytheon wins AIT contract On Sept. 21, the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command, or SMDC, awarded a potential $345 million - if all options are exercised - contract to Raytheon Missile Systems Company of Tucson, Ariz., for an Atmospheric Interceptor Technology, or AIT, interceptor testbed effort.
- hard.copy Update 18 September 1998 ARTICLE CITATIONS FROM COMMERCIALLY PUBLISHED JOURNALS AND NEWSLETTERS
- THAAD Flight Test to be Delayed MEMORANDUM FOR CORRESPONDENTS No. 151-98 September 18, 1998 - The Ballistic Missile Defense Organization and the U.S. Army were advised by Lockheed Martin Wednesday of a component problem involving the missile seeker that could affect the timing of the next Theater High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) flight test (FT-09).
- Airborne Laser produces 110 percent power : 17 Sep 1998. (AFNS) -- A laser being developed for the Airborne Laser has produced 110 percent of the power it was designed to generate, demonstrating the maturity of laser technology. The power was achieved recently for the Air Force by TRW of Redondo Beach, Calif., in a flight-weighted laser module.
- INVESTIGATION BOARD MOVES TO DENVER September 16, 1998
- Army develops improved Global Positioning System Stephen Larsen (Army News Service, Sept. 15, 1998) - U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command sees next century's soldiers finding their way on the digitized battlefield by receiving satellite signals on hand-held Defense Advanced Global Positioning System Receivers [DAGR].
- hard.copy Update 11 September 1998 -- ARTICLE CITATIONS FROM COMMERCIALLY PUBLISHED JOURNALS AND NEWSLETTERS.
- Anthrax vaccination plan being developed for Reservists U.S. Army Reserve Command News Release (Army News Service, Sept. 8, 1998) -- A program to vaccinate all Reservists for anthrax is being developed in conjunction with the Department of Defense Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Plan. The DoD plan is being implemented in three phases.
- hard.copy Update 04 September 1998 ARTICLE CITATIONS FROM COMMERCIALLY PUBLISHED JOURNALS AND NEWSLETTERS
- Undersecretary of defense addresses anthrax immunizations issues : 4 Sep 1998 (AFNS) -- As anthrax vaccinations start this week for service members in Korea, a Department of Defense official addressed two concerns over the vaccine.
- Remarks by Maj. Gen. Robert C. Hinson, Accident Investigation Board President September 2, 1998
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