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An EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft prepares to make an arrested landing on the flight deck of Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson in the Pacific. Credit: U.S. Navy
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Construction workers at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, move a protective enclosure in February as part of transition to new terminals that work with Wideband Global SATCOM satellites. Credit: U.S. Defense Department
Pradman Kaul, president and chief executive of Hughes Network Systems, discussed his firm's partnership with Emirati fleet operator Yahsat Sept. 11, 2018 at the World Satellite Business Week conference. Credit: SpaceNews/Brian Berger
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CEO, SpeedCast. Credit: SpaceNews/Kate Patterson.
Airman 1st Class Jonathan Pooser, cyber transport technician assigned to the 1st Combat Communication Squadron, adjusts the settings on a satellite at the 31st Tactical Air Base in Poznan-Krzesiny, Poland, June 8, 2018. This satellite provides secure communications allowing the pilots to communicate during the BALTOPS exercise and the U.S. Army Europe led exercise, Saber Striker 18. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Christopher S. Sparks)
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U.S. soldiers set up a tactical satellite communications system in Afghanistan. Credit: U.S. Army/ Sgt. Russell Gilchrest
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Hughes Network Systems won a contract to provide milsatcom support for General Atomics Aeronautical Predator B "SkyGuardian" unmanned aerial systems. Credit: General Atomics
The U.S. Defense Department uses commercial satellite communications to keep in touch with UAV, such as the RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft show here. Credit: Wikicommons

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