The Field Ladar Demonstration (FLD) program (also known as the Hi-Class-High Performance CO2 Ladar Surveillance Sensor) which is building a high power, coherent, carbon- dioxide, multi-function laser radar at the Maui Space Surveillance Site (MSSS) facility on Mt. Haleakala, Maui has completed its Phase 2 testing. The Phase 2 effort has the primary objective of demonstrating that a subset of the final system components (oscillator, receiver, processor and beam director) provide the capability required for an operational hardbody and remote chemical detection sensor. The final major component, the power amplifier, will be added in Phase 3. The objectives for this phase include real-time satellite metric determination and demonstrations of range-Doppler imaging and long range, remote chemical species detection (lidar). Specifically, the Phase 2 testing will demonstrate: real-time (30 Hz) generation of satellite range and range rate; detection of return signals from 'uncooperative' satellites (having no retro-reflectors); wideband imaging; and measurement of path-integrated chemical species absorption at long range (18 km) using a coherent DIAL technique and the FLD, wavelength agile transceiver.