Military Space Report

MILITARISM, 6 Sep 2021

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Lt. Gen. Mike Guetlein, the new head of Space Systems Command, speaks Aug. 24 2021 at the 36th Annual Space Symposium in Colorado Springs.
(Space Foundation)

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Report submitted by TRANSCEND Member Alberto Portugheis from HUFUD-Humanity United For Universal Demilitarisation

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