Space Development Agency leans on war fighter council to integrate with services, agencies

by Nathan Strout, published by C4ISRNET, 10 March 2021 WASHINGTON — As it prepares to begin launching its first satellites in 2022, the Space Development Agency is utilizing a war fighter council to stay connected with other Department of Defense organizations and ensure it is delivering needed capabilities. SDA was

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Pentagon Looks to Tap 5G in Space

By Brandi Vncent, Published by Defense One, 23 February, 2021 The U.S. military moved to explore next-generation networking capabilities and tools that could advance how it moves vast volumes of data on and beyond planet Earth.  Space Force officials and others in the Air Force office responsible for enterprise data

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Virgin Orbit to Launch First Satellite for Durch Ministry of Defense

Published by Virigin Orbit, 25 January 2021 RNLAF Mission to Explore Advantages of Responsive Launch in Deploying First Small Satellite on LauncherOne Long Beach, California — January 25, 2021 — Virgin Orbit, the California-based satellite launch company, announced today that it has been selected by the Dutch space engineering company Innovative

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