Military Space Report
MILITARISM, 6 Sep 2021
2 Sep 2021
The organization is set to design and implement a new architecture for America’s military satellites.
The head of Space Systems Command said his organization is fully embracing the digital transformation.
The military completed a critical design review using streamlined acquisition authorities to speed up prototyping.
Now the 11th combatant command will shift toward achieving full operational capability.
Kendall is vetting candidates to serve as assistant Air Force secretary for space acquisition and integration.
In an exclusive interview at the Space and Missile Defense Symposium, Gen. James Dickinson, the first commander of U.S. Space Command, talks about where he is in a drive toward full operational capability and the challenges he faces in establishing the new organization.
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