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December 1998 Space News

  • AMERICA'S MAGINOT LINE Bracken, Paul (The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 282, no. 6, December 1998, pp. 85-93) Yale Professor Paul Bracken examines the vulnerability of American bases in Asia to ballistic missile attacks. The U.S. superior military position in Asia has traditionally rested upon technological advantage. That advantage is now shifting toward East Asia and America must adapt or lose its self-image as the world's sole superpower.
  • hard.copy Update 31 December 1998 ARTICLE CITATIONS FROM COMMERCIALLY PUBLISHED JOURNALS AND NEWSLETTERS
  • NAVY-TO-HUGHES VIDEO LINK DEMONSTRATES OPERATIONAL KA-BAND SYSTEM Dec. 18, 1998 - The U.S. Navy put its new Ka-band capabilities to use this week, demonstrating its Global Broadcast Service (GBS) in a video link with satellite builder Hughes Space and Communications Company.
  • hard.copy Update 18 December 1998 ARTICLE CITATIONS FROM COMMERCIALLY PUBLISHED JOURNALS AND NEWSLETTERS
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  • Airborne laser program wins 100-percent award fee (AFPN) 10 Dec 1998 -- The Air Force has given the airborne laser team -- Boeing, TRW and Lockheed Martin -- a $6.1 million award fee amounting to 100 percent of the available funds for achievements on the Air Force program.
  • hard.copy Update 04 December 1998 ARTICLE CITATIONS FROM COMMERCIALLY PUBLISHED JOURNALS AND NEWSLETTERS
  • AST participates in Navy missile tests December 1998 - The U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command's Airborne Surveillance Testbed, or AST, based at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, participated in the Navy Theater Wide Autumn Events. There were two launches during these events, the Terrier Missile Target-2 (TMT-2) and the AEGIS LEAP Intercept (ALI) program Target Test Vehicle-1 (TTV-1).



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