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Stargate Program
Stargate Program.jpg
General information
Founder (s)

United States of America

Leader (s)

United Nations
(oversight)
Danielle Talbot
(as ISGC commander)

Objectives

Exploration of the
Milky Way Galaxy, procurement of advanced technologies, and defense of Earth and its inhabitants (original)
Exploration of other galaxies such as Pegasus and participation in interstellar diplomacy on behalf of Earth (added)

Notable members
  • Several thousand personnel
    International Stargate Command
    Atlantis Expedition
    Icarus Project
    Destiny crew
Headquarters

O'Neill Stargate Terminal (ISGC), Earth

Locations

Maintains various outposts on several worlds in the Milky Way and Pegasus galaxies

Historical information
Formed from
Founded
  • 1994
Dissolved
  • 2010
Restored
  • 2013
Other information
Affiliation
"...whose duties will be to perform reconnaissance, determine threats, and, if possible, to make peaceful contact with the peoples of these worlds. Now, these teams will operate on a covert, top-secret basis; no one will know of their existence..."
—George S. Hammond

The Stargate Program is the international organization that oversees the affairs of the International Stargate Command, which itself manages use of Earth's Stargate, and receives one of the largest annual budgets in human history as such. Although originally established as a purely American body, the Program was expanded over time to include various other nations, and was eventually given an overseer of its own in the form of the International Oversight Advisory. Today, the Stargate Program is funded largely by the United Nations, but the United States remains a driving force in determining its mandate, goals, and activities. It has come to be heralded as the single-most efficient and effective organization of its kind in the entire galaxy, surpassing all others by the sheer number and scale of its accomplishments.

History[]

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