There is no limitation to the vehicle control applications to which this technology can be applied; it is suitable to satellite ACS (large or small, commercial or military, intended for low earth orbit or for geosynchronous orbit, etc.), missile system ACS or in-space propulsion systems. The reduced toxicity and handling infrastructure could be especially of interest to re-usable space vehicles, rapid access to space applications and shipboard missile systems. These applications are especially hampered by current toxic monopropellants and would be enabled by readily adaptable green monopropellant technology. Long range missile defense systems for early intercept would also benefit greatly by gaining the benefit from the wide divert capability of a liquid system without the compromising issues of having toxic monopropellants aboard ship or in confined military installations. It is also possible that this technology could be applied to torpedo propulsion systems and emergency power generation systems to provide greater safety and improved handling costs. These systems are also limited by the use of toxic monopropellants.