Space Force considering strategy for procuring national security launch services
Space Force sees room for more competitors in national security launch
Space Force asks launch companies for insight on where the industry is going
GAO’s annual review of DoD programs raises concerns on space launch, missile warning satellites
Study calls on U.S. to change how it buys space technology, reduce congestion in low orbits
Space Force to create ‘one-stop shop’ for launch procurement and operations
Space Force awards ULA, SpaceX contracts for four national security missions
Traditional launch services may not suit the needs of the future Space Force
Senate defense appropriators take issue with agencies that buy launch services directly from providers
SpaceX explains why the U.S. Space Force is paying $316 million for a single launch
DoD watchdog: There’s nothing wrong with how Air Force certifies new launch vehicles
Space Force: Too early to say if military will need ‘super heavy’ launch vehicles
ULA to launch Delta 4 Heavy for its 12th mission, four more to go before rocket is retired
Northrop Grumman weighing exit options for OmegA rocket
SpaceX pressing on with protest against U.S. Air Force despite launch contract win
Tory Bruno on ULA’s big win: ‘We knew we were going to be competitive’
Air Force to end agreements with Blue Origin and Northrop Grumman, prepares for launch contract protests
News Analysis | With Pentagon award, SpaceX joins the establishment
Pentagon picks SpaceX and ULA to remain its primary launch providers
Smith encouraged by Senate NDAA proposal to increase funding for space launch technology

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