Turkey formally asked NATO last Wednesday to deploy missile defense elements on its border with Syria to boost its air defense systems as the conflict in its southern neighbor deepens.
What does MDE stand for?
MDE stands for Missile Defense Element (Army)
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led NATO plan to deploy missile defense elements in Europe that has long irritated Moscow.
The JPOW tests exercise theater air and missile defense elements to develop and explore interoperability.
Like all ORDs, the missile defense ORDs mandated discrete and exact levels of effectiveness (key performance parameters) for each missile defense element.
is the prime contractor responsible for the development, test and integration of all the Ground-Based Midcourse Missile Defense elements.
Army Forces Strategic Command (SMDC/ARSTRAT) by leading an integration contractor team to plan, organize and coordinate operations, tests and analyses with comprehensive, widely distributed experimental weapons systems, such as Ground Based Midcourse Missile Defense hardware/element labs, early warning radars, sea-based missile defense elements, mid and lower tier missile defense elements, or representative element simulations; and/or other equipment of interest, such as communications network hardware/simulation, command and control, and/or threat systems data.
By Konstantin Kosachev New Europe, January 22, 2010 This February, the US announced the plan to construct missile defense elements (anti-missiles) in Romania and Bulgaria, in the Black Sea water area.
Since 2002, MDA has been directed by DOD to begin planning for the transfer of missile defense elements, including the direction to coordinate with the services on resources and personnel needed to provide an effective transition of responsibility.