Technical Center


The U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command Technical Center supports the joint warfighter by providing disruptive and critical technologies that meet today's requirements and address future needs enabling warfighter dominance. The Technical Center manages science and technology and research and development and conducts test programs for space, integrated air and missile defense, directed energy, hypersonics and related technologies. As part of the Army Science and Technology enterprise, the Technical Center contributes to the current fight and enables the next generation to prevail in conflicts to come.

The Technical Center consists of the Space and Strategic Systems Directorate, Air and Missile Defense Directorate and the Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Test Site located on Kwajalein Atoll in the central Pacific Ocean. The Technical Center impacts the warfighter and joint force in four major areas: directed energy, tactical space technologies, test and evaluation, and hypersonics.


PROGRAMS AND TECHNOLOGY

Programs and Technology includes both Space and Strategic Systems Directorate and the Air and Missile Defense Directorate.
 

Space and Cyber Technology Directorate
 
SPACE AND STRATEGIC SYSTEMS DIRECTORATE

Space capabilities directly enabling Soldiers

 

  • Acting Director, Rob Vik

 


AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE DIRECTORATE

Protecting tomorrow's Soldiers


REAGAN TEST SITE

America's premier test range
 

Reagan Test Site, Kwajalein Atoll 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT OFFICE

Making technology development possible
 
Business Management Office   

 

 

Thomas Webber, director, Technical Center 
Director
Thomas Webber

 
COL John Rayburn, deputy director, Technical Center
Deputy Director
Col. John Rayburn

MISSION

USASMDC Technical Center provides technologies to meet today’s requirements and future needs in directed energy, space, cyberspace, hypersonics and integrated air and missile defense.


VISION

Deliver technologies and solutions to enable Warfighter dominance.