Op-ed | A comprehensive triad for space resilience – more than just numbers

Protection Division and House Power leaders have more and more emphasised area resilience as the important thing to area superiority. Earlier efforts developed taxonomies for area resilience and regarded variations between mission... Read more »

Op-ed | Space entrepreneurs need straight answers from DoD

Many area applied sciences developed by entrepreneurs have not been allowed a proverbial seat on the desk An “innovation steering group” assembled by Deputy Protection Secretary Kathleen Hicks to coordinate know-how investments... Read more »

Space programs moving up on DoD’s budget priority list

Mike McCord: House is more and more an ‘vital foundational space for every thing that we’re doing’ WASHINGTON — Pentagon funding for house packages will develop within the coming years because the... Read more »

DoD space policy nominee highlights complex security challenges facing U.S.

DoD nominee John Plumb stated he agreed with the Pentagon’s name for a ban on kinetic anti-satellite checks WASHINGTON — John Plumb, the Biden administration’s nominee to be assistant secretary of protection... Read more »

Changes ahead for Space Force procurement organizations

A brand new senior procurement govt for area applications will oversee the switch of the Area Improvement Company and a restructuring of the Area Programs Command WASHINGTON — The Pentagon subsequent yr... Read more »

Satcom executives see growing military demand for more secure, mobile equipment

Tom Kirkland of L3Harris: ‘What I see is a convergence of communications and digital warfare’ NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. —  The U.S. navy is demanding extra superior applied sciences to guard its tactical... Read more »

Op-ed | DoD weather capabilities have lagged; Space Force can turn that around

U.S. service members  are susceptible to shedding essentially the most up-to-date information of climate situations. Simply earlier than daybreak on August 30, 1776, a financial institution of fog crawled over New York’s... Read more »

Iridium lands seven-year, $738.5 million Defense Department contract

WASHINGTON — After 5 month-long extensions, the U.S. authorities signed a seven-year settlement with Iridium Communications for limitless use of the McLean, Virginia-based agency’s cellular communications constellation. Iridium’s new Enhanced Cellular Satellite... Read more »

Pentagon sees quantum computing as key weapon for war in space

Michael Hayduk, chief of the computing and communications division on the Air Power Analysis Laboratory says quantum expertise shall be “disruptive” in areas like information safety and GPS-denied navigation. WASHINGTON — Prime... Read more »