Solid state lasers are in strong demand for different industrial and military applications because of high power, high quality of laser radiation and an opportunity of extremely narrow and stable emission lines. However, high sensitivity of those lasers to vibrations and shocks restrict their applications outside of academic environment. Creation of a monolithic solid sate lasers in most important spectral regions of 1 and 1.5 ¬É√ùm will solve a lot of problems which restrain laser applications. The first obvious application is defectoscopy, laser marking, and different aspects of spectral analysis including Raman spectroscopy in industrial environment. The second obvious application is remote sensing, optical communication, target recognition, and spectral analysis of potential threats installed at different movable platforms in Air Force, Army, and navy. It is important that OptiGrate has positive experience in fabrication and delivery of narrow band lasers to both military and civilian organizations. Monolithic solid state laser created by recording volume Bragg gratings in PTR glass co-doped with luminescent ions enables a number of important applications resulted from its unique features ¬°V this laser will possess the best parameters as DFB and DBR semiconductor and fiber lasers (single frequency emission, compactness and extreme tolerance to vibrations and shocks) combined with best parameters of solid state lasers (high power and low cost). We will develop lasers working in both most usable region of 1064 nm and in eye safe regions of 1550 nm. The absence of elements in a resonator that could be misaligned makes this laser beneficial for spaceborne and airborne applications. This combination of features will make this new laser very beneficial for different NASA applications, which require extreme narrow spectral width combined with extreme compactness and robustness: spectral sensing, LIDARs, LADARs, spectroscopy, range finding, targeting, remote sensing, precise altimetry, etc.