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Falcon 9 lands on SpaceX drone ship “Just Read The Instructions.” WASHINGTON: In advance of SpaceX’s planned launch of the fourth GPS III satellite on Tuesday, Space Force officials today revealed that the launch of the fifth bird next July for the first time will rely on a used Falcon 9 booster. A contract modification …

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A sailor watches an MH-60R Seahawk take off from the USS Wasp during Exercise Black Widow. WASHINGTON: The Navy’s newest fleet and submarine commands teamed up this week for an intensive anti-submarine drill off the East Coast, waters Navy commanders say are now open game for Russian submarines.  “This is where the fight is…where the …

Maj. Gen. Stephen Whiting WASHINGTON: Cyber defense is a top mission priority for the Space Force, says Maj. Gen. Stephen Whiting, deputy commander of the new service. “We know that cyber attack is where we are most likely to face the enemy in space,” Whiting said, if for no other reason than the barriers to …

Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley WASHINGTON: In what must have been music to Air Force acquisition chief Will Roper’s ears, Defense Secretary Mark Esper today sang the praises of the service’s Advanced Battle Management Network (ABMS) as critical to future combat operations against Russia and China. “This …

Maj. Gen. John Shaw WASHINGTON: Over the past few years, US and allied militaries have converged as never before around fears of growing Russian and Chinese threats to space, DoD and outside experts say. But fundamental disagreements about how best to respond to the threats remain, with US allies facing much stronger domestic political resistance …

With Defense Enclave Services, DISA hopes to bring together all the fourth estate under one architecture. ALBUQUERQUE: JEDI is no longer the be-all and end-all of Pentagon IT and its so-called Fourth Estate. To streamline the Pentagon’s network infrastructure of its non-service-specific agencies, the Defense Information Systems Agency is launching a massive, single vendor, $11.7 …

DARPA’s DRACO nuclear-powered rocket for cislunar operations WASHINGTON: The possibility of future military activity around the Moon is en vogue in the national security space community, with a plethora of seminars featuring senior Space Force, Air Force and DoD officials musing on the likely need for the US counter China in deep space. John Hopkins …

An early experimental laser-armed Stryker vehicle, the MEHEL WASHNGTON: After years of lower-power field tests and more than one thousand hours of soldier feedback, the Army is on track to field-test two different types of high-energy lasers in 2022: a 50-kilowatt weapon to destroy enemy drones and incoming artillery rockets, and a 300-kW weapon that …

Use of ASATs could result in massive amounts of destruction and dangerous junk on orbit. National Space and Intelligence Center image WASHINGTON: A US delegation, including DoD officials, on July 27 in Vienna, Austria will hold a first Space Security Exchange (SSE) with Russia. It’s the first formal bilateral meeting on space security since 2013, …