Burgess, Richard R.
September 2008
Sea Power;Sep2008, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p48
The article focuses on the effort of the U.S. Office of the Naval Research (ONR) to accomplish and maintain technological superiority for the Navy and Marine Corps. It cites the technologies developed by ONR in which one is the directed-energy weapon for ship and aircraft defensive capabilities. It also notes that ONR has a role in the development of the operationally responsive satellite.


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