Pivot Toward War: US Missile Defense And Weaponization Of Space
April 07, 2017 to April 09, 2017
Join us for the 25th anniversary of the Global Network at this important conference and protest in the community known as the ‘Pentagon of the South’.
Huntsville is the home of the Redstone Arsenal and the Space Command’s directorate for ‘missile defense’. Huntsville is the manufacturing site for the PAC-3, SM-3 missile defense (MD) systems while the controversial THAAD is built in another part of Alabama. Redstone Arsenal was the place where after WWII Nazi rocket scientists were brought by the U.S., using their scientific and technological expertise to help create the US space and weapons programs. The GN had a similar meeting in Huntsville in 2001.
Venue: Redstone Arsenal
Location: 5298 Redstone Arsenal Huntsville, AL
For information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (207) 443-9502
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