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  • U.S. Air Force Selects Howard University for Science Research Partnership

    The Department of the Air Force has selected Howard University as the first Historically Black College or University to lead a University Affiliated Research Center.  The center will be focused on tactical autonomy technology for military systems and Howard University will receive $12 million per year for five years to fund research, faculty, and
  • SDA Layered Network of Military Satellites now known as “Proliferated Warfighter Space Architecture”

    The Space Development Agency’s resilient layered network of military satellites and supporting elements is now the “Proliferated Warfighter Space Architecture” or PWSA.
  • “See Something, Do Something … Live to Be Lethal!”

    The Air Force Safety Center recently sponsored a department-wide contest to bring attention to off-duty risk management. Participants were encouraged to create both video and safety slogans of off-duty threats to the Human Weapon System. The contest ran from October 8 through November 27, and our Airman and Guardians answered the call.
  • 2 SOPS commander speaks to Swedish Radio Navigation Board on GPS

    U.S. Space Force Lt. Col. Robert Wray, 2nd Space Operations Squadron commander, was the keynote speaker at a seminar for the Swedish Radio Navigation Board’s 70th anniversary in Stockholm, Sweden, Dec. 8, 2022.The Swedish Radio Navigation Board (“Radionavigeringsnämnden”) is a network of authorities, companies, and individual members in the areas
  • USSPACECOM Hosts French Vice Chief of Defence

    U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson, U.S. Space Command commander, hosted French Vice Chief of Defence Gen. Eric Autellet during a visit to USSPACECOM headquarters Jan. 17, 2023.