Overview: Due to the proliferation of ICBM technology and nuclear weapons, along with anti-satellite missiles, weaponizing of space, and emerging threats it has now become paramount that the United States and her allies develop a high-altitude dirigible net-centric grid capable of detecting and eliminating incoming threats, while remaining stealth, invisible, and without electronic or heat signatures. Today, with nano-technology, new materials, stronger electronic systems, air-to-air missile maneuverability and better knowledge SCAID is now possible.
Chief Engineer and Concept Design on Project: Troy Laclaire
Chief Consultant and Concept Phase Project Manager: Lance Winslow
This system is capable of tracking multiple targets, intercepting incoming ICBM or splintered warheads, or swarms of incoming projectiles, and decoys, and eliminating them, while remaining cloaked and in stealth mode. It is capable of unlimited flight duration, and on station reloading of defensive missiles. It is also capable of returning local fire if attacked with artificial intelligent vengeance. It uses both known and less-than-known technology.
This system employs zero-gravity defense missile
technology, dirigible composite material, non-detectable sensors, and is
integrated into current net-centric information grids with autonomous
capabilities to defend specified locations on the planet's surface. The
electronics and materials are capable of never experienced solar flare
magnitudes and space anomalies only hypothesized by the space weather
scientific community. The 3D renderings below allow you to visualize the
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