BAE Systems officials called the acquisitions “unique opportunities” to grow its military radio and GPS businesses.
The U.S. Space Force revealed the nameplates that airmen who are assigned to the Space Force will wear over their existing utility uniforms.
In an exclusive interview, Gen. John Raymond, the first chief of space operations for the U.S. Space Force, talks about the initial steps in organizing the new service.
A study by the Aerospace Corporation says ending the New START Treaty could destabilize outer space.
Pence: “The next year is going to be a busy year and we are going to see literally thousands of Air Force personnel move into the Space Force."
Ellen Lord: A reorganization of the U.S. Space Force’s acquisition bureaucracy should not harm space programs
Technologies of interest include synthetic aperture radar, hyperspectral imaging, electro-optical imaging, infrared imaging and radio frequency sensing.
The U.S. Air Force is turning increasingly to U.S. government, commercial industry, academia and international partners for help gathering and making sense of terrestrial and space weather data.
In response to concerns about its launch procurement strategy, the Air Force asked RAND to conduct an independent analysis of the heavy lift launch market.
The National Security Launch Architecture is not a traditional launch market study but a more comprehensive look at what capabilities commercial players could bring to the military for future space operations.
Walker replaces Keoki Jackson, who will become Lockheed Martin’s chief engineer
A key capability that AFRL wants to demonstrate with ABL Space Systems is remote launch.
Stopher will be a senior fellow at the Prague Security Studies Institute's space security program
The U.S. military is alerted of missile launches by geosynchronous and polar orbit satellites equipped with infrared sensors.
The rapid growth in Starlink missions means the 48 launch target could be attained in 2020.