The U.S. Air Force's X-37B spaceplane landed Oct. 17, 2014 at  Vandenberg Air Force Base, California following 674 days in orbit. Credit: Boeing
U.S. Capitol Building. Credit: Wikicommons
“I won’t characterize… what the Chinese capabilities are. I just will tell you that we know what they are,” Gen. John Hyten said in a 60 Minutes interview in April.
Skybox Imaging satellite imagery of Washington. Credit: Skybox Imaging
Vice Adm. James D. Syring, Director, Missile Defense Agency
“They’ve taken too long, but there’s a good reason for that,” said Doug Loverro, U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defense for space policy. “When we entered into those AOAs, resiliency was not on the table. It was not part of the lexicon. It was not defined at a department level.”
Credit: ISPCS
U.S. Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James. Credit: Tom Kimmell
ORS-1 launch
An Ariane 5 carrying the Sicral 2 and Thor 7 satellites lifts off April 26 from Kourou. Credit: Arianespace
Gen. John Hyten, commander of U.S. Air Force Space Command
Lt. Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski, the military deputy to the assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition, speaking April 15 at a breakfast at the 31st Space Symposium. Credit: Tom Kimmell
Col. Troy Brashear
An X-37B undergoes inspection after landing at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Credit: USAF
Meteosat-7 imagery
Intelsat Epic satellite

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