Thinking Beyond Initial Deployment: Key Issues for U.S. Missile Defense

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Date(s) - 10/15/20048:30 am - 11:30 am

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The Marshall Institute was pleased to host a discussion of the future of missile defense on October 15, 2004. Two panels met to explore key issues and potential opportunities facing this critical defense program.

Schedule of Events

8:30 am  Opening Remarks

The Honorable Benjamin Gilman

8:45 am  The Ballistic Missile Threat: Today and Tomorrow

Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center

Ilan Berman, American Foreign Policy Council

Robert Pfaltzgraff, Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis

9:45am  The Path Ahead ? Building a Layered Defense

Wayne O’Hern, TS&A.  Mr. O’Hern’s slides are found below.

Daniel Goure, Lexington Institute

J.D. Williams, Williams and Associates.  Mr. Willliams’ paper is found below.

Keith Payne, National Institute for Public Policy

 

11:30 am  Closing Remarks

Jeff Kueter, George Marshall Institute

 

Download Presentation: O’Hern – Feasibility of Space-Based Boost-Phase KE Intercept

Download PDF: Williams – The Future of Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense

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