Air Defense Systems
In July 2003, the Program Executive Office (PEO) Air and Missile Defense's mission was expanded to include Army space programs, and the PEO was renamed the U.S. Army Program Executive Office, Air, Space and Missile Defense (PEO ASMD).
PEO ASMD is responsible for the management, acquisition, and fielding of landbased air and cruise missile defense systems, including short-range air defense (SHORAD), medium extended air defense system (MEADS), Patriot/PAC-3, joint tactical ground station (JTAGS), joint land attack missile defense elevated netted sensors (JLENS), and the Army's tactical exploitation of national capabilities program (TENCAP).
Today's Stinger-based SHORAD …
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Publication information: Article title: Air Defense Systems. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Army. Volume: 54. Issue: 10 Publication date: October 2004. Page number: 292+. © Association of the United States Army Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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