U.S. Military Space Report
MILITARISM, 5 Sep 2022
31 Aug 2022 – Thought-provoking Commentary and News on War and Destruction
Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and Kennedy Space Center could host as many as 300 launches annually, up from 67 this year and 31 in 2021. Read More
For the fourth year in a row, space industry leaders are calling for the U.S. to craft a broad, strategic vision to guide its ambitions in space. Read More
The Army will, however, maintain its 1st Space Brigade, based at Fort Carson, Colorado. Read More
US Army Cyber, Space and Special Operations Forces are coming together in a new “triad” that aims to increase effectiveness in operations and provide combatant commanders with more unique options to act. Read More
The United States, Russia and China are among countries developing hypersonic missiles, which can exceed the speed of sound and are harder to track than conventional missiles. Read More
America’s focus on countering intercontinental ballistic missiles is broadening to cruise and hypersonic missiles, and modest spending might not cut it. Read More
The cooperative research and development agreement allows the organizations to share facilities, intellectual property and expertise to “elevate solutions for both the warfighter and industry,” the company said in a statement. Read More
Submitted by TRANSCEND Member Alberto Portugheis, President HUFUD
“There is only one way of ridding the world of wars: the Abolition of Militarism, universally.”
— Alberto Portugheis
“Militaries are the ultimate manifestation of direct, structural and cultural violence—a cancer that must be extirpated from humanity.”
— Antonio C. S. Rosa, M.A. Editor TRANSCEND Media Service
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