This page contains resources for anyone working on their methodology. Scroll down for a list of online archives.
Kolstoe, S. E., & Holden, L. (2019). Research Involving the Armed Forces. Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity, 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76040-7_27-1
Gray, H. (2016). Researching from the spaces in between? The politics of accountability in studying the British military. Critical Military Studies, 2(1–2), 70–83. https://doi.org/10.1080/23337486.2016.1127554
Goodhand, J. (2000). Research in conflict zones: ethics and accountability. Forced Migration Review, (8), 12–15. Retrieved from http://kms1.isn.ethz.ch/serviceengine/Files/ISN/129440/ichaptersection_singledocument/339f8fae-70a7-4365-97b3-f3ab03246e23/en/12-15.pdf
Williams, A. J., Jenkings, K. N., Rech, M. F., & Woodward, R. (2016). The Routledge Companion to Military Research Methods. (A. J. Williams, K. N. Jenkings, M. F. Rech, & R. Woodward, Eds.). Abingdon: Routledge.
Congressional records: All Defense hearings are available via http://Govinfo.gov, http://Voteview.com and http://govtrack.us both have votes, Congressional Quarterly has coverage of a significant number of defense issues.
Weapons test data: The MDA website has tests from 1999, but earlier most missile test records can be found at http://astronautix.com