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Publisher: Diane Pub Co
Jack L. Brock, Keith Rhodes
The DoD has been researching & developing defenses against ballistic missile attacks. In 1990, DoD awarded R&D contracts to develop & test kill vehicles. One of the contractors, Rockwell Internat., subcontracted a portion of its kill vehicle design work to TRW, which was tasked with developing software that could operate on a computer onboard the kill vehicle. This report discusses a former TRW employee's lawsuit, addressing the following: Did Boeing & TRW disclose the key results & limitations of the flight test? What were the methodology, findings, & limitations of the eval? What was the basis for the DoJ's decision not to join the lawsuit? & How did the DoD assure itself that the Engineering Team could provide an indep. & objective review?Jack L. Brock is the author of 'Missile Defense: Review of Allegations About an Early National Missile Defense Flight Test' with ISBN 9780756728182 and ISBN 0756728185.
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