"We must acknowledge that our way of war requires superiority in all mediums of conflict, including space. Thus, we must plan for and execute to win space superiority."

Gen. Richard B. Myer, Vice-Chairman, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff

"The idea of putting weapons in space to dominate the globe is simply not compatable with who we are and what we represent as Americans.

Lt. Col. Bruce M. DeBlois, Division Chief, National Reconnaissance Office

Fort Greely, Alaska, and National Missile Defense - Arctic Circle

Ballistic Missile Defense System - An Overview - Missile Defense Agency, Department of Defense [July, 2006]

Scientists' Letter on Missile Defense - Union of Concerned Scientists [April 5, 2005]

What if Space Were Weaponized? - Jeffrey Lewis, Center for Defense Information [July, 2004]

Ballistic Missile Defense System - Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement Public Hearing Agenda [November 17, 2004] - U.S. Department of Defense

What if Space Were Weaponized? - Jeffrey Lewis, Center for Defence Information [July, 2004]

Is Missile Defense Really Needed? San Francisco Chronicle - [May 23, 2004]

CRS Report for Congress: National Missile Defense and Alaska -Steven Hildreth, Congressional Research Service [July 13, 2001]

Star Wars: Protecting Globalization From Above - Karl Grossman, CorpWatch [January 18, 2002]

ABM Treaty Withdrawal an Attack on American Security - Federation of American Scientists [December 13, 2001]