The 1994 Battlefield Atmospheric Conference was held 29 November through 1 December 1994 at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, under the sponsorship of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Battlefield Environment Directorate, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. The conference included oral presentations, posters, and demonstration sessions on five topics: Simulation and Analysis, Operational Weather, Battle Weather, Boundary Layer, and Atmospheric Physics. The conference had 219 attendees, including representatives from Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The genesis of the Battlefield Atmospherics Conference was the Electro-Optical Systems Atmospheric Effects Library (EOSAEL) and Tactical Weather Intelligence (TWI) Conference set up to analyze the 1993 Israeli War and the effective use of smoke by the Israeli forces to defeat electro-optical systems. In 1991, in an effort to encompass additional aspects of battlefield atmospheric effects such as acoustic transmission, the conference became known as the Battlefield Atmospherics Conference. The reader will find the items related to the conference itself (the agenda and the list of attendees) in the appendices. An author index is included after the appendices.