Navy Shipboard Lasers: Background, Advances and Considerations

William C. Jenkins (Editor)

Series: Military and Veteran Issues
BISAC: TEC025000



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Department of Defense (DOD) development work on high-energy military lasers, which has been underway for decades, has reached the point where lasers capable of countering certain surface and air targets at ranges of about a mile could be made ready for installation on Navy surface ships over the next few years. More powerful shipboard lasers, which could become ready for installation in subsequent years, could provide Navy surface ships with an ability to counter a wider range of surface and air targets at ranges of up to about 10 miles. This book focuses on potential Navy shipboard lasers for countering surface, air, and ballistic missile threats.
(Imprint: Nova)


Navy Shipboard Lasers for Surface, Air, and Missile Defense: Background and Issues for Congress
(Ronald O'Rourke)

Propagation of High Energy Laser Beams Through Atmospheric Stagnation Zones
(Joseph R. Penano, Phillip Sprangle, and Bahman Hafizi)


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