A framework for evaluating foreign developed defense systems for acquisition by the US DOD
Burt, David N.
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A framework and procedures for its implementation are developed to facilitate the evaluation of foreign candidate defense systems. This framework focuses on four major areas: (1) Changes in NATO Defense Capability, (2) Real U.S. Costs, (3) Economic Effects, and (4) Political Implications.
NPS Report NumberNPS54Db-79-011
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