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The Avenger turret can be easily adapted to different combat vehicles, such as trucks, trailers and track vehicles, or employed as a remotely operated autonomous unit. Its system is highly automated to rapidly and efficiently assist the gunner with target location, identification, tracking and missile lock-on. Total system performance is optimized by the automatic insertion of lead angle and super elevation at missile launch. Avengers can be airlifted by helicopter and, when pallet-mounted, dropped from tactical aircraft.

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U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC)

NCSI worked with the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) to produce their SMC Industry Day and Technology Expo at Los Angeles Air Force Base on October 18-19, 2017. The theme for this year’s SMC Industry Day was “New Opportunities in the Space Warfighting Construct.” Over 500 attendees came together to receive presentations from SMC senior leadership on current and emerging requirements, and industry came to demonstrate their latest innovative products and services during the Technology Expo.

NCSI worked with the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) to produce their SMC Industry Day and Technology Expo at Los Angeles Air Force Base on October 18-19, 2017. The theme for this year’s SMC Industry Day was “New Opportunities in the Space Warfighting Construct.” Over 500 attendees came together to receive presentations from SMC senior leadership on current and emerging requirements, and industry came to demonstrate their latest innovative products and services during the Technology Expo.


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Recommendation: To improve the transparency of the resources to support ballistic missile defense training requirements and to inform budget development, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force and the Director of the Missile Defense Agency to set a firm deadline to complete training cost estimates and element-specific agreements for elements already fielded and establish procedures that require the training cost estimates and element-specific funding agreements delineating funding responsibilities between MDA and the services be completed before additional elements are fielded.

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Comments: DOD has taken several steps to implement our recommendation including completing element-specific agreements between the Missile Defense Agency and the services that specify funding responsibilities. For example, since our report was issued, DOD has completed agreements for Aegis Ashore, THAAD, and the TPY-2 radar.

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Comments: 8/2012: As of August, 2012 no action has been taken. 7/2013: In May 2013, DOD issued a Report Regarding Ballistic Missile Defense Training Cost Estimates to Congress, citing our report and recommendation, and identifying procedures for annually compiling and reporting on ballistic missile defense training costs, as identified in our recommendation. The report identifies a process, directed by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Readiness), for the annual reporting of costs associated with ballistic missile defense training, to include costs associated with ballistic missile defense training, education, and exercises for MDA, the military services, and combatant commands. To develop their fiscal year 2012 estimate, the Ballistic Missile Defense Training and Education Group (BTEG) collaborated with the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Readiness) to gather inputs from across the ballistic missile defense training community, and used departmental cost estimating guidance to develop an estimate for fiscal year 2012 training, education, and exercise costs. DOD plans to use the same process to develop their fiscal year 2013 estimate, which they expect to be compiled and forwarded to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Readiness and Force Management no later than October 31, 2013.