Gen. John “Jay” Raymond
Chief of Space Operations Gen. John Raymond unveiled the “Guardian Ideal” document Sept. 21 at the Air Force Association’s Air, Space & Cyber conference
The Space Warfighting Analysis Center will brief industry representatives Oct. 27 on the results of its first “force design” study focused on space-based missile warning and missile tracking
The combination of small satellites and computing power is one of the most exciting developments in space technology, said Gen. John "Jay" Raymond, chief of the U.S. Space Force
Chief of Space Operations Gen. John Raymond unveiled a new Space Force recruiting ad Aug. 24 aimed at attracting technically skilled candidates.
The military bureaucracy is not known for speed, but moving fast is critical in today’s environment, said the chief of space operations of the U.S. Space Force Gen. John “Jay” Raymond.
The U.S. Space Force on Aug. 13 official renamed the Space and Missile Systems Center as the Space Systems Command.
U.S. Space Force technology investments was one of the topics discussed June 16 at a hearing of the House Armed Services Committee.
Gen. John Raymond said he expects greater collaboration between the U.S. Space Force, NASA and other agencies, and that cooperation can save U.S. taxpayers money.
China’s leapfrogging advances in space are cause for national security concern, the head of the U.S. Space Force said Dec. 17.
The Trump administration released a new national space policy Dec. 9 that recognizes the U.S. Space Force as the primary organization responsible for defending the nation’s interests in space.
Gen. John Raymond said the Space Force is close to finalizing the layout of its future acquisitions command, a large organization that will consolidate multiple agencies that currently operate independently.
The U.S. Space Force sees a “huge opportunity” to buy commercially developed technologies and services, Gen. John “Jay” Raymond said Dec. 1.
Bridenstine: "I really hope people take away from this discussion that we are an instrument of national power."
The Spacepower document is the Space Force's first capstone doctrine
U.S. Space Command says Russia on July 15 conducted a non-destructive test of a space-based anti-satellite weapon.
Space Force will have a field command focused on acquisition that will bring together several existing organizations
U.S. Space Command said the test showed that Russia’s missiles are capable of destroying satellites in low Earth orbit.
Gen. John Raymond said recent orbital maneuvers by a Russian “inspector” satellite are concerning and threaten stability in space.