Ship Anti Ballistic Missile Response (SABR)
Johnson, Allen P.
Duff, Willard Earl
Fishcer, Paul F.
Leiker, David C.
Chong, Tay Boon
Sing, Phang Nyit
Meng, Low Wee
Meng, Fann Chee
Wah, Yeo Jiunn
Chye, Yap Kwee
Kian, Chin Chee
SEA Cohort SEA-9B
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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-based ballistic missile defense issue, combining the use of a railgun interceptor and a conformable aperture skin-of-the-ship radar system.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-97-06-003
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