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Science Technology & Military Experimentation
June 1, 2001 Volume 31 Issue 2
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  • Friday, June 1, 2001
    AuthorWalter E. Morrow, Jr.

    Changes in personnel policies will be key to ensuring the high quality of military-service laboratories in the future.

    As the new Bush administration formulates its national security policies, it would do well to review the state of the military-service laboratories, which have declined to the ...

  • Friday, June 1, 2001
    AuthorHans Mark

    The United States needs a strong, effective missile defense system to meet the threats and uncertainties that lie ahead.

    In the past three years, very significant progress has been made on the development of defenses against ballistic missiles. A number of systems have been tested ...

  • Friday, June 1, 2001
    AuthorGeorge Bugliarello, Larry G. Lehowicz, and Margaret N. Novack

    The U.S. military is looking for munitions and other devices that can minimize the risk of injury or death to noncombatants.

    In many areas around the world, fields that once produced crops lie fallow, children are cautioned not to leave the road on their way to school, farmers caring for their ...

  • Friday, June 1, 2001
    AuthorDelores M. Etter

    Leveraging advances in commercial technologies and maintaining a well-balanced, adequately funded S&T program will be necessary to retaining our technological edge.

    As the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) moves into the twenty-first century, its science and technology (S&T) program faces ...