publication . Report . 2006

Ship Anti Ballistic Missile Response (SABR)

Johnson, Allen P.; Breeden, Bryan; Duff, Willard Earl; Fishcer, Paul F.; Hornback, Nathan; Leiker, David C.; Carlisle, Parker; Diersing, Michael; Devlin, Ryan; Glenn, Christopher; ...
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2006
  • Publisher: Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
Includes supplementary material. Based on public law and Presidential mandate, ballistic missile defense development is a front-burner issue for homeland defense and the defense of U.S. and coalition forces abroad. Spearheaded by the Missile Defense Agency, an integrated ballistic missile defense system was initiated to create a layered defense composed of land-, air-, sea-, and space-based assets. The Ship Anti-Ballistic Response (SABR) Project is a systems engineering approach that suggests a conceptualized system solution to meet the needs of the sea portion of ballistic missile defense in the 2025-2030 timeframe. The system is a unique solution to the sea-ba...
free text keywords: Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD), Collaborative Information Exchange (CIX), Automated Battle Management System (ABMS), Network Centric Warfare (NCW), Ship Anti-Ballistic Response (SABR), Systems Engineering (SE)
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