Pentagon officials on the Zuma space mission: 'We're not going to be able to give you any more information'
Wilson: The military has unique national security space needs that can’t be met by the commercial market.
Roper: The world is changing rapidly due to the global spread of commercial technologies, and the Pentagon has been slow to adjust to that reality.
Savvy space warriors like Russia’s military already are giving us a taste of the future. They are jamming GPS navigation signals, disrupting satellite communications links and sensors in space. Not quite star wars.
Pentagon auditors found gaps in EELV quality assurance management that “could increase program costs, delay launch schedules, and increase the risk of mission failure.”
Rep. Adam Smith: 'If the Republican leadership were serious about a defense buildup, they wouldn’t have voted for that tax cut'
AIA CEO Melcher: “I’m very concerned about how our nation has come to accept several anchors that are dragging our industry down"
The protracted budget stalemate is bad news for the Air Force’s 2018 space investment budget.
EXCLUSIVE SpaceNews interview with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy Stephen Kitay
The emerging generation of commercial satellite constellations with electro-optical infrared sensors “will soon provide another search sensor with near-continuous surveillance of important regions."
An initiative called "multi-domain command and control" is perhaps one of the most pressing priorities being pushed by Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein.
Satellite communications providers for some time have been trying to show the military the potential advantages of multiple spot beam satellite designs.