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The U.S. Navy's fourth Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite, encapsulated in a 5-meter payload fairing, is attached to an Atlas 5 booster at Cape Canaveral's Space Launch Complex-41, Aug. 19, 2015. Though the fourth satellite was launched successfully, the fifth satellite experienced problems while attempting to gain orbit. The Navy announced Nov. 3 that they have finally succeeded in getting MUOS-5 to an operational orbit. Credit:  Rick Naystatt/U.S. Navy
Harris Corp. says that 30,000 of its Falcon 3 AN/PRC-117G manpack radios are currently deployed. Credit:  Harris Corp.
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An Atlas 5 rocket carrying the MUOS-5 satellite lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida June 24, 2016. Credit: ULA/Ben Cooper.
A Delta 4 Heavy rocket carrying a payload for the National Reconnaissance Office lifts off June 11 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Credit: Josh Dinner/SpaceNews
The Canadian Coast Guard Ship Louis S. St-Laurent makes an approach to the Coast Guard Cutter Healy in the Arctic Ocean. Credit: Patrick Kelley, U.S. Coast Guard
An Atlas 5 rocket from United Launch Alliance successfully launches the fifth narrowband communications satellite in the U.S. Navy's Mobile User Objective System. Credit: ULA.
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The MUOS 5 satellite undergoing pre-launch inspection. Credit: Lockheed Martin.
Doug Loverro, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for space policy, speaking March 7 at the Satellite 2016 conference.  Credit: SpaceNews/Kate Patterson
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An Atlas 5 rocket from United Launch Alliance lifts the fourth communication satellite from the U.S. Navy's Mobile User Objective System  from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Sept. 2. Credit: U.S. Air Force.
An Atlas 5 rocket from United Launch Alliance lifts the fourth communication satellite from the U.S. Navy's Mobile User Objective System  from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Sept. 2. Credit: U.S. Air Force.

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