Orbital ATK Bacchus facility
MUOS-4 hangs above its shipping container. Credit: Lockheed Martin
Betty Sapp, director of the National Reconnaissance Office, hinted in a speech at the Geoint 2015 conference that one organization in the broader national security community isn't moving fast enough to protect satellites. Credit: USGIF
SBIRS GEO 2
Elon Musk looks on as U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski signs a June 2013 agreement between the service and SpaceX for the company to launch national security satellites. Credit: U.S. Air Force/ Joe Juarez
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Alabama), above, said after a three-hour hearing he would prefer the Air Force re-engine the Atlas 5 rocket. Credit: C-SPAN.
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SBSS satellite artist's concept. Credit: Boeing
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper addressed GEOINT 2015 on June 25. Credit: U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation
Lt. Gen. James Kowalski, deputy commander of U.S. Strategic Command said the Defense Department should consider giving civilians responsibility for preventing collisions in space. CREDIT: U.S. Air Force
Credit: SpaceNews/Lance Marburger
DMSP spacecraft
Artist's concept of STSS satellites. Credit: MDA
GMD test
Lieutenant General Samuel A. Greaves Credit: U.S. Air Force

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