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U.S. DoD Contractor Orders $2.9 Million for Comtech EF Data Satellite Modems
The DMD2050E Satellite Modem is designed to comply with the widest possible range of U.S. Government and commercial standards and is...
U.S. Space Development Agency Soliciting Pitches for Surveillance Satellite Constellation Builds
The SDA is responsible for unifying and integrating next-generation space capabilities to deliver the National Defense Space Architecture (NDSA), a...
Japan to Form Its Own Space Force
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said yesterday Japan will form a space defense unit to protect itself from potential threats as rivals develop missiles and other technology ...
Kratos Defense & Security to Work on U.S. Army Advanced Comms Systems
The GTACS II contract will provide an acquisition vehicle for Kratos’ broad array of communications technology, including satellite solutions for signal ...
Maxar's SecureWatch GEOINT Platform Signed On to by the Netherlands Ministry of Defence
DGeo will leverage SecureWatch to enrich its geospatial foundation data holdings and derivative product portfolio that aid critical decision-making...
PAE's Prime Position Wins Seat on $5.1 Billion Army Technology Contract
multiple award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract vehicle to supply technology services and hardware support to develop a new tactical communication network for soldiers.
Iran Says Getting Ready for Satellite Launch 
Iranian officials did not acknowledge the mishap until satellite imagery showed the explosion, which officials blamed on a technical malfunction.
Rocket Lab Gets their Ducks in a Row for National Reconnaissance Office's 'Birds of a Feather' Mission 
has delivered 47 satellites to orbit on the Electron launch vehicle, enabling operations in space debris mitigation, Earth observation, ship and airplane tracking, and radio comm
USAF's 2nd Space Ops sets Satellite Vehicle Number 74 as healthy and active
The GPS III vehicle family provides new capabilities vital to ensuring the fidelity of the constellation and signal in the contested, degraded and operationally  limited environments.
2nd Space Operations Squadron Sets SVN-74 Healthy and Active
...GPS III satellites have three times better accuracy and up to eight times improved anti-jamming capabilities than their predecessors, and a design life extending 25 percent ...
Pence Swears In First Chief of Space Operations at White House Event
"I was around when the President made that decision and I can tell you, he never hesitated. He knew right away there was no one more qualified or more prepared ..."
Comtech EF Data's $4Million Satellite Modem Contract from U.S. Naval Information Warfare Systems Command
This latest delivery order, against the $59.0 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (“IDIQ”) contract, is for $4.0 million.
Telesat's LEO Satellite Constellation, Ball Aerospace and General Dynamics Mission Systems Enlist Their Services for U.S. Air Force
A key priority for military planners is having access to a proliferated commercial LEO satellite system that can be far more robust and resilient in the event of attack versus ...
Orbit Communication Systems Debuts Multi-Purpose Airborne Terminal 
The compact Multi-Purpose Terminal (MPT) 30WGX, featuring a 30 cm. (12-inch) antenna, will be able to deliver high-throughput wideband...
Northrop Grumman to Rapidly Develop Open Architecture Radio for U.S. Air Force
... SPOC solution will provide the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center with an air-to-ground and air-to-air communications capability across four radio frequency waveforms ...
How Would the Space Force Wage War?
" ... are unable to do that, which has prompted military officials to warn that China and Russia could easily shoot them down, jam their signals, or blind their cameras.”
New Space Force Chief to be Sworn in Tuesday at White House
"The Space Force will help us deter aggression and control the ultimate high ground."
Putin's “Satellite Killer” Broke Up In Space
... equipped to hit land- and sea-based targets with long-range precision weapons such as hypersonic missiles, possibly clearing the way for Navy vessels in the event of conflict.
Frequency Electronics' Rubidium Atomic Clock Passes Muster Possibly for U.S.A.F.'s GPS IIIF Satellite
The Air Force’s GPS IIIF satellites will add new capabilities, technology and resiliency to the next-generation GPS III satellites currently in production and launching to help ... 
Is It Terminal? Mess Threatens DoD SATCOM Multi-Domain
DoD currently maintains 17,000 terminals with "approximately 135 different designs. Those terminals operate across diverse platforms such as ships, backpacks, vehicles all with differing ...