FOIA Document Archive
Defense Related Space Reports
The U.S. Military and government has spent a lot of time and money while considering the militarization of space. The following documents offer a glimpse Rinto that past.
- ABMA Presentation to NASA [155 Pages, 28.64mb] - This document was referenced in the Project Horizon document.
- The Air Force Role in Developing International Outer Space Law - The author describes the Air Force 's continued efforts to resist the passage of most international outer space law conventions, the restiveness of the Air Force judge advocate general corps with a backseat role, and how the judge advocate general failed in its early attempt to have the Air Force become proactive in the development of the law. Discusses the early evolution of international outer space law and the United States Air Force's contribution to it. Describes the Air Force's ad hoc approach and its efforts to have this approach adopted by the United States and the international community.
- A Brief History of the DoD Space Test Program [178 Pages]
- A Brief History of the DoD Space Test Program [184 Pages]
- Department of Defense (DoD) Space Programs and Activities [6 Pages, 300k]
- Potential Military Uses For The Space Station [111 Pages]
- Recent Accomplishments of the DoD Space Test Program [23 Pages, 2.45mb]
- Spaceplane Technology and Research (STAR)
- Standard Spacecraft Procurement Analysis: A Case Study in NASA-DoD Coordination in Space Programs [226 Pages, 10.5mb]
- Towards an Affordable National Security Space Program [9 Pages, 431k]
- A White Paper on the Accomplishments of the DoD Space Test Program 1967-1976 [29 Pages]
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