(37.) Robert Snyder, "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
Press Release: FY01 President's Budget," 4 February 2000, on-line, Internet, 12 December 2001, available from http://www.acq.osd.mil/bmdo/bmdolink/pdf/bmdopress.pdf.
Air Force budget contains $775 million over the next six years for an airborne laser demonstration, according to Under Secretary Kaminski, as reported in Aerospace Daily and relayed in the March 8, 1996 Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
External Affairs Digest.
Templex has received two rounds of funding totaling $600,000 from the Oregon Resource and Technology Development Fund, $70,000 from the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
, and two grants totaling $110,000 from the Small Business Innovation and Research fund.
Last year, several federal agencies, including NASA, the Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation, the National Security Agency, the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
, and the Advanced Research Projects Agency, sponsored a meeting in Pasadena, Calif., devoted to exploring the feasibility of a giant leap forward in computer technology.
In 1991, Congress directed the Army to develop a "theater missile-defense program." This task fell to the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
, the successor to Star Wars.
Gen Malcolm O'Neill, director of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
, "we make it clear in our discussions [with the Russians in the Standing Consultative Commission!
TERRITORIAL defense when he canceled Star Wars and replaced it with a less ambitious program called the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
. The BMDO will first go after short-range missiles like the Scuds fired at Saudi Arabia and Israel during the Gulf War.