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Published

AFSPC (Air Force Space Command). 2001. FINAL Mission Needs Statement AFSPC 001-01, Operationally Responsive Spacelift, ACAT Level I. Colorado Springs, Colo.: AFSPC.

AFSPC. 2003. FINAL Mission Need Statement AFSPC 002-01, Prompt Global Strike, ACAT I. Colorado Springs, Colo.: AFSPC.


DDR&E (Director of Defense Research and Engineering). 2003. National Aerospace Initiative, Sustaining American Aerospace Initiative. Available at http://www.dod.mil/ddre/nai/nai_brochure1.pdf. Accessed on December 23, 2003.


NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). 2003. Program Requirements Document for the Next Generation Launch Technology Program . NP01, Version Revision A. NGLT-PROG-0001A.

Unpublished

AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory). 2003a. Response to committee questions at Dayton meeting. Sent by Jack Vondrell to Lt. Gen. Kenneth Eickmann, committee member. September 23.

AFRL. 2003b. Operational Relevance of NAI Responsive Turbine Engine Technologies. Prepared by Tim Lewis and sent by Jack Vondrell to Lt. Gen. Kenneth Eickmann, committee member. September 23.

AFRL. 2003c. NAI Rocket Propulsion Point Paper for Air Force Science and Technology Board. Sent by Jack Vondrell to Lt. Gen. Kenneth Eickmann, committee member. September 18.


Blackhurst, J. 2003. AFRL and NAI Perspectives to AFSTB Committee on NAI. Briefing by Col. Blackhurst, Chief, Space and Missile Systems Sector, AFRL, to the Committee on the National Aerospace Initiative. September 3.


Liston, G.W., C.R. McClinton, M.L. Mumford. 2003. High Speed/Hypersonics Pillar Technology Development Approach. Presentation by Glenn Liston, NAI Executive Office, to the Committee on the National Aerospace Initiative. October 23.

Lyles, G. 2003. FY 04-09 Application Matrix. Prepared by Garry Lyles, NGLT Program Manager, NASA, in response to questions by the committee. Submitted on October 8.


Richman, M. 2003a. National Aerospace Initiative: Sustaining American Aerospace Leadership. Briefing by Mike Richman, Special Assistant to the DDR&E, to the Air Force Science and Technology Board. March 24.

Richman, M. 2003b. National Aerospace Initiative. Briefing by Mike Richman, Special Assistant to the DDR&E, to the Committee on the National Aerospace Initiative. October 7.

Rogacki, J. 2003. The National Aerospace Initiative—A Synergistic Partnership Between NASA and DoD. Briefing by John “Row” Rogacki, Deputy Associate Administrator for Space Transportation, Office of Aerospace Technology, NASA, to the Committee on the National Aerospace Initiative . August 5.


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Winchell, G. 2003. National Aerospace Initiative (NAI) Information Paper. Paper prepared by Maj. Winchell, USAF, for Lt. Gen. Kenneth Eickmann, committee member. October 7.



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