The Mitchell Institute invites you to watch our virtual Schriever Spacepower Forum event with Dr. Christopher Scolese, 19th Director, National Reconnaissance Office. Dr. Scolese joins us to discuss NRO, United States Space Force and U.S. Space Command collaboration, current threats, and space acquisitions.
Arlington, Virginia, July 20, 2022 The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to announce that Mr. Tim Ryan is joining our research and analysis team as a Senior Resident Fellow for Space Studies at the Mitchell Institute Space Power Advantage Center of Excellence (MI-SPACE). In this position he will focus on a range of issues addressing the critical areas of space power strategy, operational concepts, and technologies. Tim is a retired United States Air
Breaking Defense | July 5, 2022 | Chris Stone
In Episode 83 of the Aerospace Advantage podcast, Defeating Adversary Strikes: Next Gen Missile Warning and Tracking, John Baum chats with Mitchell Institute’s Chris Stone; Lt Col Brandon “Coach” Davenport, former commander of the 2nd Space Warning squadron; and Dr. Davin Swanson, Chief Engineer with Raytheon Intelligence and Space about the threat posed by modern adversary missiles and key steps we need to pursue to defeat them. For decades, adversary nations have observed the advantages U.S.
In Episode 81 of the Aerospace Advantage podcast, Space National Guard: An Imperative or Extraneous?, John Baum chats with Col Michael Bruno, Lt Col Scott McGuire, and Mitchell Institute’s Christopher Stone to explore the debate surrounding whether the nation requires a Space National Guard. This issue is garnering quite a bit of attention as of late, with the Administration seeking to block the stand up of a Space Guard while Members of Congress introducing language
Defense and Aerospace Report | June 12, 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.