The Mitchell Institute invites you to watch our virtual Schriever Spacepower Forum event with Gen James H. Dickinson, Commander, U.S. Space Command for an update on the wide variety of challenges and opportunities facing U.S. Space Command in its mission of protecting and defending vital space systems against the growing threat from Russia and China 100km and up, as well as insight into the Command’s way ahead for its continuing warfighting support mission on Earth.
ARLINGTON, VA | November 4, 2022On November 3, the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies team met with the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Brig Gen Chris McKenna, Director General Air and Space Force Development, and Brig Gen G. Michael Adamson, 3 Canadian Space Division Commander. The increase of global threats demands robust partnerships between allies, and the Mitchell Institute is proud to participate in these dialogues. The Mitchell Institute’s Dean, Lt Gen Dave Deptula, USAF (Ret.),
The Mitchell Institute Spacepower Advantage Center of Excellence hosted the 1st Annual Spacepower Security Forum on October 25th, 2022. National security space leaders addressed spacepower strategy, operational concepts, policy, and budget priorities to understand important vectors in this crucial domain. Opening Keynote: Gen David Thompson, Vice Chief of Space OperationsThe men and women of the Space Force are meeting ever-growing mission demands while charting a future path at a crucial moment in history. Aggressive action
The Mitchell Institute invites you to watch the rollout for our newest policy paper: The Indispensable Domain: The Critical Role of Space in JADC2 by Tim Ryan, Senior Fellow at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies. He is joined by Dr. Brad Tousley, Vice President of Strategy and Technology, Raytheon Intelligence and Space and Lt Gen David A. Deptula, USAF (Ret.) Dean of the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies. Warfighting in the space domain will
Arlington, VA | October 20, 2022 — The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to announce a new entry in its Policy Paper series, The Indispensable Domain: The Critical Role of Space in JADC2 by Tim Ryan, Senior Fellow for Spacepower Studies at the Mitchell Institute Spacepower Advantage Center of Excellence. Coming out of the Cold War, the U.S. military possessed the capabilities and capacity to dominate global military operations when and where it
The Downlink Podcast | Defense and Aerospace Report | October 16, 2022 | Chris Stone
No matter the mission, from air superiority and long range strike to air mobility and command and control, a broad range of missions executed in the air provide vital options at the strategic, operational, and tactical realms.
National security space activities are essential facets of any military operation, while also creating conditions essential for the civilian economy.
Empowering actors at all levels with a smart set of options at the right time and place demands procuring the most effective, efficient, and resilient set of tools.
Meeting nationals security requirements today and tomorrow requires insightful, creative approaches that prioritize America’s strengths, while not projecting undue vulnerability.
Resource investment must prioritize investments that will yield best value for the Air Force, Space Force, and national security establishment as a whole.
Strategic deterrence is the bedrock of the national security enterprise thanks to the virtues and value of the triad.