Space

New Policy Paper Release: Small Satellites: Answering the Call for Space Superiority

Author: Charles Galbreath, Senior Resident Fellow for Space Studies When: July 25, 2024 at 12:00 PM EDT Where: Zoom REGISTER NOW! Moderated by Maj Gen Larry Stutzriem, USAF (Ret.) Key Takeaways: – SmallSats will be an essential element to deliver space superiority within the construct of Competitive Endurance – Improvements in space domain awareness and responsible counterspace operations are possible with SmallSats – The low cost, rapid development timelines, and versatility of SmallSats can keep

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Schriever Spacepower Series: Lt Gen David N. Miller, Jr., Commander, Space Operations Command

The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies invites you to enjoy our Schriever Spacepower Series with Lt Gen David N. Miller, Jr., Commander, Space Operations Command, United States Space Force. As part of Great Power Competition, the United States today confronts numerous threats to our space capabilities and infrastructure. China has demonstrated the ability to strike ground sites, command and control networks, and satellites in orbit. Ensuring the Space Force is postured for this operational reality is

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Schriever Spacepower Series: Gen Stephen Whiting

The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies invites you to enjoy our Schriever Spacepower Series with Gen Stephen N. Whiting, Commander, United States Space Command, United States Space Force. Space capabilities, services, and effects are now an indispensable part of daily life and foundational to the structure and operation of the U.S. military. United States Space Command is the Combatant Command charged with ensuring that the American people, and American warfighters in particular, never experience a

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