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Table Of Contents
Introduction and Background Introduction Why Is Missile Defense an Important Topic? References Systems Engineering Fundamentals Pre-Phase A Phase A Phase B Phases C-F Concept-of-Operations Development Product Architecture Requirement-Driven Acquisitions Verification and Validation References Missile Defense Problem Overview of the Missile Defense Problem Air Defense Environment References Pre-Phase A: The Air and Missile Defense Program Pre-Phase A: The Air and Missile Defense Program Plan Background Air and Missile Defense Mission Needs and Definitions Air and Missile Defense Measures of Effectiveness Top-Level Requirements References Phase A: AMD System Requirements AMD Mission Needs: Requirements to CONOPS Systems Architecture Functional Requirements Allocation of Functions to Systems System Performance and Interface Requirements CDS: Sensor Suite System Performance Requirements Engagement System Performance Requirements System Requirements Document References Phase B: Preliminary Design Target System Sensor Suite Battlespace Assessment Engagement Analysis Missile Subsystem Preliminary Design References Preliminary Systems Design Trade Analysis Battlespace Performance Summary References Allocation of Performance Requirements Allocation of Radar Performance Requirements to Subsystems Allocation of Interceptor Performance Requirements to Interceptor Subsystems Physics and Mathematics of AMD Design and Analysis Interceptors and Flight Analysis Target and Clutter Returns Seeker Noise Sources References Acronyms
Warren Boord has 28 years of defense community experience and is currently with the Department of the Navy. John B. Hoffman has over 25 years of radar and antenna systems engineering experience and currently works as a consultant.