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December 16, 2014
Future of USAF is air, space, cyberspace integration
Washington DC (AFNS) Dec 12, 2014
The commander of Air Force Space Command talked about the fundamental relationship between space operations and everyday life - not only for the military, but for the American people - during a breakfast at the Capitol Hill Club, Dec. 5. Gen. John E. Hyten, the AFSPC commander, explained the complexities of global space operations, and how they're a seamless and invisible part of day-to-day living. "When you look at what we do in space, it's truly the most joint element of our military," Hyt ... read more

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Whispers about Russia's so-called 'satellite killer' grow louder
Earlier this year, Russia rocketed several satellites into space. They also deposited what was at the time believed to be a piece of space junk. With no declared orbit, the object was tracked by most of the world's space agencies, as well as amateur astronomers. Now, whispers are growing the so-called junk might actually be a "satellite killer." ... more
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Phoenix Releases First Steps Toward Vision of "FedEx to GEO"
Launches of satellites for the Department of Defense (DoD) or other government agencies often cost hundreds of millions of dollars each and require scheduling years in advance for one of the handful ... more
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Boeing demos use of anti-jamming system with existing satellite
Boeing reports that its anti-jamming communications, using a protected tactical waveform, can be used with existing satellites and ground terminals. ... more
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USAF looks at commercial satellite control networks
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Harris to provide geospatial products intelligence agency
Geospatial data services are to be provided to the U.S. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency by the Harris Corporation. ... more
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3rd X-37B test vehicle lands at Vandenberg
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US military's robot space plane lands back on Earth
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SNC contracted for U.S. military technology demonstrator satellite
A next-generation science and technology demonstration satellite is being built by the Sierra Nevada Corporation's Space Systems unit for the U.S. military. ... more
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USAF eyes in the sky provide global weather data
In the absolute silence of space, a special group of satellites circles our planet in a fast, low earth orbit, their cameras and sensors point toward Earth as they record endless data and images of ... more
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Where is that spacecraft
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AFSPC Commander advocates defending space superiority
The Commander of Air Force Space Command Gen. John Hyten charged the Air Force to defend its position and remain on the cutting edge of international space operations during the 2014 Air Force Assoc ... more
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Founding Day of Air and Missile Defense Command of Aerospace Defense Forces
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Russia to boost nuclear, space defence forces against US
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Russian Defense Ministry Denies Reports that Its Satellite Exploded Above US
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DoD Agrees to Share Space Data with South Korea
The Defense Department has signed a memorandum of understanding to share space situational awareness data with South Korea's Defense Ministry, Pentagon officials said. The accord provides Sout ... more
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Russian Navy to Get New Space Tracking System
Russian naval vessels are to be equipped with a state of the art tracking system which will be able to receive data from space, a source from the Russian military told RIA Novosti Tuesday. "Th ... more
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Russia Proceeding With Plans for Grouped Military Satellites
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U.S. military destroys experimental hypersonic weapon
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Space Command team wins national award
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Japan mulls enhancing missile detecting capability
Japan is mulling to further and effectively use space to detect early signs of ballistic missile so as to boost its defense capabilities, local media reported on Saturday. The Japanese Defense ... more
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Northrop Grumman team developing space plane
A preliminary design and flight demonstration plan for an experimental space plane with a reusable booster is being developed by Northrop Grumman. ... more
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AFSOUTH strengthens space ties with partner nations
Three officers from the Dominican Republic, Peruvian and Brazilian militaries partnered with active-duty and guard Airmen at Davis-Monthan for a rare opportunity to work collectively on the space co ... more
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Russia Looking To China For Military, Aerospace Components
Russian aerospace and military-industrial enterprises will purchase electronic components worth several billion dollars from China, Izvestia reported Wednesday, referencing a source close to Roscosm ... more
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Japan to launch military space force: report
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