U.S. Space Command
Maj. Gen. John Shaw and Brig. Gen. Doug Schiess join SpaceNews Staff Writer Sandra Erwin and Editor-in-Chief Brian Berger for a broad-based discussion on Space Force operations, including the U.S. military's role in rescuing astronauts.
The headquarters of former Air Force Space Command in Colorado Springs will be phased out. The Space Force HQ is being stood up in the Pentagon.
The agreement was signed last week between Maj. Gen. Javier Tuesta Marquez, of Peru's space agency, and Rear Adm. Marcus Hitchcock of U.S. Space Command.
U.S. Space Command for the next six years will remain at its provisional headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs.
The unit known as Detachment 3 is responsible to rescue astronauts if they have to abort the mission.
LinQuest provides space technology and services to the U.S. military, NASA and intelligence agencies.
Brig. Gen. James: GPS links are vulnerable, which is “part of the reason we're concerned about this situation.”
The company has 60 employees supporting U.S. Space Command full-time.
U.S. Space Command said the test showed that Russia’s missiles are capable of destroying satellites in low Earth orbit.
The U.S. Army Satellite Operations Brigade is increasing WGS satcom capacity to the hospital ship.
Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett said the selection criteria will be announced this spring.
The Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC kicked off a $350,000 national public relations campaign.
Congress approved $148 million for the Consolidated Space Operations Facility.
Raymond: "Having a Space Force with a singular focus on the space domain will be hugely, hugely helpful to us."
Gen. Raymond said U.S. SPACECOM intends to influence DoD's budget priorities