Space Based Laser

SPACE BASED LASER READINESS DEMONSTRATOR PROGRAM

INFORMATION PROTECTION GUIDE

10 July 1998 (DRAFT)

 

SMC/ADE

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD

PART I: ADMINISTRATION

SECTION I:

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

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4

SECTION II:

RELEASE OF INFORMATION

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6

PART II: MISSION AREAS

SECTION I:

GENERAL

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9

SECTION II:

SYSTEM PERFORMANCE AND OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

11

SECTION III:

LASER DEVICE

.

14

SECTION IV:

BEAM CONTROL

.

15

SECTION V:

OPTICAL COMPONENTS

...

18

SECTION VI:

AIRCRAFT

...

19

SECTION VII:

BMC4I

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20

SECTION VIII:

FACILITIES

...

24

SECTION IX:

TEST AND EVALUATION

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25

SECTION X:

LASER EFFECTS AND VULNERABILITY

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27

SECTION XI:

WEAPON SYSTEM SURVIVABILITY/VULNERABILITY

.

30

SECTION XII:

ADMINISTRATION

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32

SECTION XII:

DISTRIBUTION

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33

APPENDIX A:

SBLRD PROGRAM PROTECT GUIDANCE

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41

APPENDIX B:

ADVANCED ADAPTIVE OPTICS GUIDANCE

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42

 

 

FOREWARD

  1. PURPOSE: This information protection guide (IPG) provides instruction on the levels of sensitivity of Space Based Laser Readiness Demonstrator (SBLRD) information. For classified information, it will describe the classification and appropriate declassification instructions.
  1. This Information Protection Guide is issued under the authority of Executive Order 12958, the Department of Defense Regulation 5200.1-R and Air Force Instruction 31-401. It implements the SBLRD Protection Guidelines and classification guidance established by SMC/CC and supersedes the Airborne Laser Program Information Protection Guide, 21 August 1996. This IPG is derived from the SBLRD Program Protect Guidance (Appendix A) and is the basis for protection, classification, and declassification of information for the SBLRD program. All individuals with access to SBLRD Program information are required to safeguard program information to the appropriate level and follow security direction outlined in this guide and SBLRD System Protection Guide (SPG) for which this is an appendix.

 

 

 

APPROVED BY:

 

 

 

PETER M. VACCARO, LtCol, USAF

SBLRD Program Director

Los Angeles Air Force Base, CA

 

PART I. ADMINISTRATION

SECTION I: GENERAL

  1. OFFICE OF PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY. The Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) for this Information Protection Guide is SMC/ADE, (505) 853-3775 or DSN 263-3775. Address inquiries concerning content and interpretation to:

SMC/ADE

14800 Aviation Bl, Building 80

Los Angeles AFB, CA 90261

  1. APPLICABILITY, REPRODUCTION, AND DISSEMINATION. This guide applies to activities related to the SBLRD Program. Supplementary guidance will be provided to authorized organizations and personnel as required. Local reproduction is authorized.
  1. ELIGIBILITY AND EXEMPTION CATEGORIES DEFINED. This section details what will be found in the "ELIBIBILITY CATEGORY (1.5)" and "DECLASSIFICATION INSTRUCTIONS OR EXEMPTION CATEGORY" of the body of the information protection guide. Note that unclassified items will have this area grayed out because they only apply to classified information and its exemption from mandatory downgrading under the 10 year rule.

1. Does the information fall within one of the categories of information specified by EO 12958 as eligible for classification? (Identified by number)

    1. Military plans, weapons systems, or operations
    2. Foreign government information (information provided to the US Government in confidence by a foreign government or international organization of governments)
    3. Intelligence activities (including special activities, intelligence sources or methods, or cryptology
    4. Foreign relations or foreign activities of the US, including confidential sources
    5. Scientific, technological, or economic matters relating to the national security
    6. US Government programs for safeguarding nuclear materials or facilities
    7. Vulnerabilities or capabilities of systems, installations, projects or plans relating to national security

2. Is classification of the information expected to remain necessary for longer than ten years? The following exemption categories apply. (Identified by X number).

    1. Reveal an intelligence source, method, or activity, or a cryptologic system or activity
    2. Reveal information that would assist in the development of use of weapons of mass destruction
    3. Reveal information that would impair the development or use of technology within a United States weapon system
    4. Reveal United States military plans or national security emergency preparedness plans
    5. Reveal foreign government information
    6. Damage relations between the United States and a foreign government, reveal a confidential source, or seriously undermine diplomatic activities that are reasonable expected to be ongoing for a period greater than ten years
    7. Impair the ability of responsible United States Government officials to protect the President, the Vice President, and other individuals for whom protection services, in the interest of national security, are authorized
    8. Violate a statute, treaty, or international agreement
  1. PROTECTION IMPLEMENTATION & RECOMMENDATION. Information elements identified in this guide were derived from the SBLRD Program Protect Guidance (Appendix A) classified by the original classification authority (OCA), SMC/CC. This guide is the initial element of an SBLRD Systems Protection Guide directed by the OCA. If the guidance provided imposes requirements which are impractical or if changes in state-of-the-art technology, technical progress or other factors indicate the need to modify the contents of this guide, forward recommended changes through appropriate channels to SMC/ADE. Pending final decision, information is handled and protected at the highest classification level.
  1. CLASSIFICATION/DECLASSIFICATION INSTRUCTIONS. SMC/ADE is responsible for review and/or declassification of information classified by this guide. Information classified by this guide should be marked with a declassification date 10 years from origination unless an exemption is provided. Changes in classification guidance will be issued by SMC/ADE under SMC/ADE approval and signature.
  1. RELATED CLASSIFICATION GUIDES. The following guides have applicability to some aspects of the SBLRD Program. The appropriate guide should be consulted when classification guidance is needed in areas not specifically addressed in this guide. Discrepancies between two guides should be directed to SMC/ADE as soon as possible.

PART I

SECTION II: RELEASE OF INFORMATION

  1. PUBLIC RELEASE. The fact that this guide shows certain details of information as unclassified does not permit automatic public release. Send proposed public disclosures of unclassified information regarding the Airborne Laser Program to SMC/ADE for review a minimum of 14 days before the date needed for release.
    1. The term "information" applies, but is not limited, to articles, speeches, photographs, brochures, advertisements, displays, and presentations on any phase of the SBLRD program.
    1. For SBLRD information proposed for public release, the requester must first determine that the information is unclassified. Once the information is determined to be unclassified, technically accurate, free of proprietary rights, and suitable for public release, the requester must submit the document to SMC/ADE for review and clearance. Letters of transmittal must certify this review. Copies of the material may not be released outside official channels until the review process is complete. If during the review process you suspect the information is classified, notify all holders of the document immediately. When doubt exists concerning the classification status of a proposed release pertaining to this program, the final decision will be rendered by SMC/ADE. Material submitted for review must include a valid suspense date, if applicable.
    1. Only information that has been cleared for public release through public affairs can be released into the public domain. New or additional information developed after the initial release approval must be re-submitted for review and processing as outlined in paragraphs a and b above.
    1. Requirements of the Departments of State and Commerce may not be circumvented by entering material which requires an export license into review channels for public release approval.
    1. Proactive media contact must be cleared and approved by the contractor public affairs office and the SBLRD SPO. Contractors responding to inquiries/requests for information from the general public or news media must be reported to public affairs after the contact is concluded.
  1. DEFINING SENSITIVITY MARKINGS. The following abbreviations will be used throughout the guide in the section labeled "Min. Class" for Minimum Classification.
  1. SENSITIVE UNCLASSIFIED INFORMATION (SUI) PROTECTION. SUI is that information which, although unclassified, requires protection based on federal law or which would indicate activities which when compiled would provide insight to national security information, activities or technologies. Examples of this include Competition Sensitive or Source Selection information; contractor proprietary information, processes or products; Law Enforcement or criminal investigations; Privacy Act information; International Traffic in Arms Information, Technologies or Systems; Operations Security (OPSEC) indicators or critical information: This information is normally marked "FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY", "COMPETITION SENSITIVE", "PROPRIETARY", or "SOURCE SELECTION SENSITIVE" and may be withheld from the public under Exemptions 2 through 9 of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Information marked FOUO will be stored in locked file cabinets, rooms, or buildings or left in unlocked areas when internal security measures preclude unauthorized access. It will not be transmitted through unsecured electronic mail, Internet web pages, or other mass communications which allow uncontrolled public access. SUI will be destroyed in a manner which precludes reconstruction of the information.
  1. TRANSFER OR RELEASE OF INFORMATION TO FOREIGN NATIONALS OR GOVERNMENTS. Only information which has been cleared for public release may be provided to foreign visitors or foreign governments. All other requests must be referred to the SMC/ADE Foreign Disclosure Policy Officer. Any request by a foreign national or foreign government to visit SBLRD facilities must be immediately referred to SMC/ADE.
  1. DISSEMINATION OF CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AT SYMPOSIA, SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, ETC. Requests for dissemination of classified information to US citizens only with an appropriate security clearance must include: (1) name(s) of the individual(s) making the presentation, (2) date of the presentation, (3) title of symposium, seminar or technical competency and proper security classification, (4) statement to the effect that the paper has been reviewed for technical competency and proper security classification, and (5) statement that the paper does not contain patented information subject to the Patent Secrecy Act. Requests will be forwarded to SMC/ADES.
  1. SYNOPSIS OF ACQUISITIONS. A synopsis of the procurement actions involving activities and devices covered by this guide will be in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 5.202, Part 5. Synopses of procurement actions involving classified activities and devices covered by this guide will not be prepared when the information necessary to be included in the synopsis discloses classified information.

PART II: MISSION AREAS

SECTION I: GENERAL

Protection

Information Revealing Derivation Level Declassify Remarks

 

Experiment Mission and Objective

       

101.1

Primary objective

 

U

 

Data classified by other topics of this guide remains classified when placed in a detailed statement of the objective.

101.2

The fact that the primary experiments use a high power laser beam

 

U

 

Characterization of the laser as a megawatt-class laser (or similar characterization) is unclassified.

101.3

The fact that the high power experiments involve various test objects (including some that may represent threats), mid-course discrimination, beam characterization, propagation, settling times, and atmospheric effects

 

U

 

FOUO

101.4

The fact that the high power experiments involve gathering phenomenology data

 

U

   

102

High Power Experiments

       

102.1

High energy laser beam:

- Optical power

- Near field intensity

T-1,2; S-1

S

S

OTS-X3

Anywhere in high power beam train. Sigma Delta when associated with a specific configuration that would reveal output power is SECRET.

102.2

High power beam performance characteristics in closed loop operation:

- Beam quality

- Brightness

- Wavefront error

- Far field intensity

- Beam jitter

- Aim point drift (beam walk on target)

- Boresight error (to target)

T-1,2

S-1

 

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

OTS-X3

All open loop parameters are unclassified. Scale factors can be used to declassify these parameters.

 

Both instantaneous and time averaged far field intensity are classified SECRET.

102.3

Lasing or dwell time required to negate test object

T-1

S-1

S

OTS-X3

 

102.4

Irradiance on test object

T-1,2; S-1

S

OTS-X3

 

102.5

Test object engagement window

 

U

   

102.6

Range to threat-like test objects

 

U

 

FOUO

 

102.7

The association of a HEL beam spot size with a test object or mission

 

S

   

102.8

Beam control system performance:

- Deformable mirror control loop bandwidth when contributing to beam control system performance in closed loop operation

- Fast steering mirror control loop bandwidth when contributing to beam control system performance in closed loop operation

- Adaptive optics system performance (target & local loop wavefront error)

T-1,2

S

 

 

S

 

 

 

S

OTS-X3

Open loop bandwidth of DM & FSM are unclassified; maximum sensor readout is unclassified.

102.9

High energy laser beam spectrum

 

U

   

102.10

Dimensions of the high power optical beam

 

U

   

102.11

Measured performance of production optics uncooled high power mirrors for the high power beam train:

- Absorptivity

- Reflectivity

- Transmissivity

- Scattering loss

- Coating Uniformity

T-2,3

S-1

 

 

S

S

S

S

S

OTS-X3

Measured performance of full scale articles is SECRET. Measured performance of small coupons is unclassified Optical hardware is unclassified. Access to the hardware should be restricted to prevent unauthorized attempts to measure these performance characteristics.

102.12

Association of measured performance of witness samples with a specific production optic of uncooled high power mirrors for the high power beam train:

- Absorptivity

- Reflectivity

- Transmissivity

- Scattering loss

- Coating uniformity

T-2,3

S-1

 

 

 

S

S

S

S

S

OTS-X3

Unclassified if no association is made between the witness sample and a specific production optic. Optical hardware is unclassified. Access to the hardware should be restricted to prevent unauthorized attempts to measure these performance characteristics.

102.13

DELETED

       

102.14

Performance of cooled high power optical components for the high power beam train:

- Absorptivity

- Reflectivity

- Scattering loss

T-2

 

S

S

S

OTS-X3

Unclassified unless achieved performance is considered a state-of-the-art breakthrough in which case the information is SECRET.

102.15

Coolant flow rate through optical components and assemblies in the high power beam train

 

U

   

102.16

Temperature increase of coolant through optical components and assemblies in the high power beam train

T-1,2

S-1

S

OTS-X3

This parameter alone prevents unclassified calculation of total power incident on the cooled mirror.

102.17

Thermal distortion of optical components and assemblies in the high power beam train

 

U

 

FOUO

102.18

Beam expander field of regard

 

U

   

102.19

Coarse tracking accuracy

 

U

   

102.20

Coarse tracker's field-of-view

 

U

   

102.21

Fine tracking accuracy

T-1,2 S-1

S

OTS-X3

 

102.22

Fine pointing accuracy

T-1,2 S-1

S

OTS-X3

 

102.23

Fine tracker's field-of-view

 

U

   

102.24

Fine tracking algorithms employed

 

U

   

102.25

Handover algorithms

 

U

 

Between fields-of-view, and plume to hardbody handovers.

102.26

Any state-of-the-art breakthrough in the Beam control system sensor:

- sensitivities

- spatial resolution

- spectral resolution

- temporal resolution

- wavelength band of operation

 

 

S

S

S

S

S

OTS-X3

UNCLASSIFIED if achieved performance is not considered a state-of-the-art breakthrough.

102.27

Error budgets, if classified system or subsystem performance data is revealed

T-1,2

S-1

S

OTS-X3

Notional error budgets that are not derived from classified parameters are unclassified.

102.28

Line of sight slewing velocity and acceleration

 

U

   

102.29

Primary mirror design characteristics:

- Aperture diameter

- Number of actuators

- Number and type of sensors

- Weight

 

U

U

U

U

   

102.30

Primary mirror performance:

- Residual wavefront error

- Fine figure actuator bandwidth

- Fine figure actuator dynamic range

- Segment phasing

T-1,2; S-1

S

S

S

U

OTS-X3

Parameters used on SBLRD that perform at substantially less than their maximum design capabilities are unclassified, provided that their maximum design capabilities can not be derived.

102.31

Performance capabilities of the high energy laser design:

- Maximum single-run firing time

- Cumulative run time at full power

- Maximum number of runs

- Maximum run time of reactant supply system

T-1,2

 

S

U

U

U

 

OTS-X3

 

 

FOUO

FOUO

102.32

Duration of high energy laser start-up transient

 

U

   

102.33

Reconstitution time required between high energy laser runs

 

U

 

FOUO

102.34

Exhaust system thrust imbalance

 

U

   

102.35

Performance characteristics of the low energy laser subsystem

 

U

 

When the low energy laser subsystem is used during high power experiments. For low power experiments, see Section 103, below.

102.36

Environmental impact and/or safety data

 

U

   

103

Low Power Experiments

       

103.1

Low power beam

- Optical power

- Near field intensity

 

U

U

 

Anywhere in high power beam train.

103.2

Low power beam performance characteristics in closed loop operation:

- Beam quality

- Brightness

- Wavefront error

- Far field intensity

- Beam jitter

- Aim point drift (beamwalk on target)

- Boresight error (to target)

 

 

U

U

U

U

U

U

U

 

These low power performance characteristics are not necessarily the same as those at high power.

103.3

Beam control system performance:

- Deformable mirror control loop bandwidth when contributing to beam control system performance in closed loop operation

- Fast steering mirror control loop bandwidth when contributing to beam control system performance in closed loop operation

- Adaptive optics system performance (target & local loop wavefront error)

T-1,2

S

 

 

S

 

 

 

S

OTS-X3

Open loop bandwidth of DM & FSM are unclassified; maximum sensor readout is unclassified.

103.4

Low energy laser beam spectrum

 

U

   

103.5

Dimensions of the low power optical beam

 

U

   

103.6

Measured performance of production optics uncooled high power mirrors for the high power beam train:

- Absorptivity

- Reflectivity

- Transmissivity

- Scattering loss

- Coating uniformity

T-2,3

S-1

 

 

S

S

S

S

S

OTS-X3

Measured performance of full scale articles is SECRET. Measured performance of small coupons is unclassified Optical hardware is unclassified. Access to the hardware should be restricted to prevent unauthorized attempts to measure these performance characteristics.

103.7

Measured performance of production optics witness samples of uncooled high power mirrors for the high power beam train:

- Absorptivity

- Reflectivity

- Transmissivity

- Scattering loss

- Coating uniformity

T-2,3

S-1

 

 

S

S

S

S

S

OTS-X3

Unclassified if no association is made between the witness sample and a specific production optic. Optical hardware is unclassified. Access to the hardware should be restricted to prevent unauthorized attempts to measure these performance characteristics.

103.8

DELETED

       

103.9

Performance of cooled high power optical components for the high power beam train:

- Absorptivity

- Reflectivity

- Scattering loss

T-2

 

S

S

S

OTS-X3

UNCLASSIFIED unless achieved performance is considered a state-of-the-art breakthrough in which case the information is SECRET.

103.10

Coolant flow rate through optical components and assemblies in the high power beam train

 

U

   

103.11

Temperature increase of coolant through optical components and assemblies in the high power beam train during low power operation

 

U

   

103.12

Thermal distortion of optical components and assemblies in the high power beam train

 

U

   

103.13

Beam control system sensor

- sensitivities

- spatial resolution

- spectral resolution

- temporal resolution

- wavelength band of operation

 

U

U

U

U

U

 

UNCLASSIFIED unless achieved performance is considered a state-of-the-art breakthrough in which case the information is SECRET.

103.14

Error budgets, if classified system or subsystem performance data is revealed

T-1,2

S-1

S

OTS-X3

Notional error budgets that are not derived from classified parameters are unclassified.

103.15

Primary mirror design characteristics:

- Aperture diameter

- Number of actuators

- Number and type of sensors

- Weight

 

U

U

U

U

   

103.16

Primary mirror performance:

- Residual wavefront error

- Fine figure actuator bandwidth

- Fine figure actuator dynamic range

- Segment phasing

T-1,2; S-1

S

S

S

U

OTS-X3

 

103.17

Beam expander field of regard

 

U

   

103.18

Coarse tracking accuracy

 

U

   

103.19

Coarse tracker's field-of-view

 

U

   

103.20

Fine tracking accuracy

T-1,2; S-1

S

OTS-X3

 

103.21

Fine pointing accuracy

T-1,2; S-1

S

OTS-X3

 

103.22

Fine tracker's field-of-view

 

U

   

103.23

Fine tracking algorithms employed

 

U

   

103.24

Handover algorithms

 

U

 

Between fields-of-view, and plume to hardbody handovers.

103.25

Line of sight slewing velocity and acceleration

 

U

   

103.26

Environmental impact and/or safety data

 

U

   

104

Spacecraft Element

       

104.1

Primary communications system associated with SBLRD

 

See Remarks

 

Classified IAW applicable spacecraft/communications program guides.

104.2

Decrypted flight command and telemetry data that reveal classified performance parameters

T-1,2

S-1

S

OTS-X3

Housekeeping data that does not reveal classified performance parameters is unclassified, unless its revelation would compromise the cryptographic system.

104.3

Decrypted ground test command and telemetry data that reveal classified performance parameters

T-1,2

S-1

S

OTS-X3

Unclassified, if it does not reveal classified performance parameters, unless its revelation would compromise the cryptographic system.

104.4

System capabilities, characteristics, limitations, and vulnerabilities of the COMSEC cryptographic system

T-1

S-1,2,3,45

S

OTS-X3

Refer to the appropriate NSA guidance regarding the specific COMSEC equipment being utilized in the experiment.

104.5

Experimental data from spacecraft, target objects, and observation posts

TBD

See Remarks

OTS-X3

All classified space experiment data transmissions must be encrypted. Classification of data is determined IAW other topics of this guide.

104.6

Types of test objects (e.g., boosters, aircraft, simulated RVs and buses, etc.)

 

U

   

104.7

Test object detailed design characteristics

TBD

See

Remarks

OTS-X3

UNCLASSIFIED unless intelligence or other classified information is thereby revealed, in which case classification is in accordance with the appropriate guidance from another program.

104.8

Spectral signature of test objects, including booster plumes and hardbodies, and simulated RVs and buses

TBD

U-S

OTS-X3

Beacons are unclassified. For other test objects, classification is in accordance with Acquisition, Tracking and Pointing (ATP) Program or other appropriate classification guidance.

105

Ground System

       

105.1

Planning information

 

U

 

Unless classified by the Consolidated Space Test Center (CSTC) or other program guidance.

106

Launch System

       

106.1

Launch capability

 

U

 

Unless classified by launch vehicle security classification guidance or other program guidance.

106.2

Interface data

 

U

   

106.3

Planning information

 

U

 

Unless classified by launch vehicle security classification guidance or other program guidance.

107

Planning

       

107.1

Launch date

 

U

 

SBLRD launch date is FOUO. Follow launch operations program guidance, as required.

107.2

Initial launch capability date

 

U

 

FOUO

107.3

Hardware and software development schedules and funding profiles

 

U

   

107.4

Planned lasing or dwell time

 

U

 

Numbers or factors which reveal actual negation times are classified SECRET. See Topic 102.3.

107.5

Planning timelines

 

U

 

Provided that classified parameters are not revealed.

107.6

Data revealing specific location, date, or time of operational experiment scenarios

TBD

S

OTS-X3

Planning data greater than five years is unclassified.

107.7

Interaction with operational DoD programs

 

See Remarks

OTS-X3

Classified as required by other program classification guidance.

205

Integration Facility

       

205.1

Facility capabilities

 

U

   

205.2

Diagnostics data revealing full aperture performance

T-1,2

S-1

S

OTS-X3

UNCLASSIFIED if full aperture performance can not be reasonably determined from the diagnostics data. The measurements capabilities of the diagnostics suite is unclassified.

400

SBLRD Program Information

       

400.1

Management and administrative data, program plans, test plans and procedures

 

U

 

Unless data explicitly classified by this SCG or other authority would thereby be revealed.

400.2

Funding and budgets

 

U

 

Figures for the budget year and out years are For Official Use Only until officially released.

400.3

Schedules and Milestones

 

U

 

Unless data explicitly classified by this SCG or other authority would thereby be revealed.

400.4

Test facility location (geographical and physical)

 

U

   

400.5

Test hardware (both the physical hardware itself and manufacturing drawings)

 

U

   

400.6

The fact that hardware and software from other programs (for example: Alpha, LAMP, Starlab, LODE, etc.) is used in SBLRD

 

U

 

 

412

Concept definition studies for OPERATIONAL SBL systems

       

412.1

Studies that reveal OPERATIONAL SBL system technology objectives and achievements.

T-2,3

S

OTS-X3

Unclassified for generally stated objectives. See 1994 Zenith Star SCG for guidance on specific performance parameters.

412.2

Studies that reveal projected OPERATIONAL SBL weapon system operational effectiveness against ballistic missiles or other potential targets.

T-1,2

S

OTS-X3

 

412.31

Studies and Analyses that address performance and power levels of OPERATIONAL SBL systems

T-1,2

S-1

S

OTS-X3

 

412.32

Studies and Analyses that address operational tactics or deployment, including platform type, quantity, orbital parameters, operational lifetime, orbital lifetime, and schedule

 

U

   

412.4

The utility of OPERATIONAL SBL systems described only in terms of general areas of interest.

 

U

   

412.5

Schedules, milestones and design details

 

U

 

SECRET if planned or actual operational system performance capabilities are revealed.

413

Studies or analysis revealing specific SBL vulnerability

S-1

S

OTS-X3

Unclassified for general concerns, i.e. Space environment or generic category or defense suppression threats.

PART II

SECTION XIII: DISTRIBUTION

 

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ATTN DR RICHARD WEISS

202 BURLINGTON ROAD

BEDFORD MA 01730-1420

ESC/XRS 1

ATTN LT COL STEVE KUPECZ

50 GRIFFISS STREET

HANSCOM AFB MA 01731-1624

ESC/ZJ 1

ATTN COL BRITTON/CAPT HALAMA

11 BARKSDALE STREET

BEDFORD MA 01731-1634

OL-AC PL/RKS2 1

ATTN MR. MARTY VENNER

5 POLLUX DRIVE

EDWARDS AFB CA 93524-7262

ASC/LAAV 1

ATTN ROBERT MARX/LT WALTER

2275 D STREET STE 16 BLDG 16

WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB OH 45433-7233

HQ AFMC/ST 1

4375 CHIDLAW ROAD STE 6

WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB OH 45433-5006

LOGICON RDA 1

PO BOX 9377

ALBUQUERQUE NM 87119-9377

ATTN JIM HAILE

3550 ABERDEEN AVE SE

KIRTLAND AFB NM 87117-5776

PL/GPOA 1

ATTN BOB BELAND

3550 ABERDEEN AVE SE

KIRTLAND AFB NM 87117-5776

WRIGHT LABORATORY/XPT 1

ATTN JACK FLAHERTY

2130 8TH STREET STE 21

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH 45433-7562