The U.S. is recapitalizing its space assets while simultaneously focusing on a future space architecture.
The U.S. is responding to increased Chinese and Russian space threats by building a space force and planning to spend $14 billion in fiscal 2020. Is it enough?
The military will present multiple options, and Macron plans to make a decision on the fate of military space at the beginning of next year.
U.S. Air Force mulls bids to ensure at least two commercially viable orbital space transport systems from 2022. Rockets with Russian engines need not apply.
Companies such as Blue Origin, Orbital ATK, SpaceX and United Launch Alliance are jostling to be a part of the future U.S. military spacelift market.
General wants new missile-warning satellites well before 2029
After years of study, the service may be on a path to build new satellites by 2029, but the commander of U.S. Strategic Command says that is too slow.