The Precision Strike Association (PSA) is a nonprofit organization founded to provide a forum for disparate experts from the U.S. military, government, national laboratories, and industry in an ethical, collegial, classified environment to mesh the current and future challenges faced by the U.S. military with the art of the possible in precision strike technology.  PSA’s annual symposiums and reviews bring top federal and military leadership to a common forum with technical subject matter experts (SMEs) and industry leadership, enabling a candid dialogue that seeks to solve issues across the entire Kill Chain.

PSA, a proud affiliate of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) since 2001, was founded as the Cruise Missile Association in 1988.  Over its 30-plus year history, PSA has cultivated a dedicated community including over 30 defense companies and many of the U.S. National Labs, and has representation from all U.S. military services, the COCOMs, OSD, and the Joint Staff.

PSA Corporate Membership Gives You Valuable Benefits

The art and science of Precision Strike, including all aspects of the “kill chain”, is advocated and advanced.

30+ Corporate Members
Discounts On Events and Exhibits
Priority Participation in invitation only executive level roundtables




PSA holds two classified events each year. The Precision Strike Technology Symposium (PSTS) is a SECRET//NOFORN event held annually in the autumn in the Greater DC Area that focuses on the tactical and technological challenges faced by our warfighters and the industry. The Precision Strike Annual Review (PSAR), also held at the Secret//NOFORN level, takes place in the spring and targets global presence and describes the new strategic environment and requirements for future strike weapons and systems; the annual review typically includes an international weapons programs session.