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Space Force Unveils Organizational Structure

Space Force Unveils Organizational Structure

Gen. Jay Raymond, Chief of Space Operations for the U.S. Space Force (USSF), unveiled the USSF’s organizational structure today. It will have three field commands and subordinate units designated “deltas” and “squadrons.”

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The Inventor of Anti-Gravity & Space Propulsion: Maria Orsic

What is also not so well known is the influence on our modern-day space technology coming from a single woman who successfully flew the first antigravity spacecraft as early as the 1920s – well before other scientists of the early days of space research. This is about a leader and a visionary named Maria Orsic.

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Planting the Seeds of Technology for the Future Space Force

Planting the seeds of technology for the future Space Force

See the original article here: Planting the seeds of technology for the future Space Force Col. Eric Felt, director of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Space Vehicles Directorate. Credit: AFRL The U.S. Space Force is small in size but big on technology. To stay ahead of rivals that are trying to compete with U.S. military might, the Space Force needs

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Review: Space Force (TV Series)

Review: Space Force

See the original article here: Review: Space Force This 10-episode web series was slapped together to roundly mock President Trump’s ridiculous proposal of the same name, and due to its hasty, half-formed nature the thing is mainly an interstellar mess. Created by star/producer Steve Carell and Greg Daniels (who helped spearhead the Carell-starring US version of The Office and so

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Declassifying Research Could Attract More Quantum Talent to Space Force: Quantum Collider Keynote

Declassifying research could attract more quantum talent to Space Force: Quantum Collider keynote

See the original article here: Declassifying research could attract more quantum talent to Space Force: Quantum Collider keynote The Pentagon is “a little bad about classifying,” and it needs to bring more of its quantum research “out into the light” in order “to continue to get the right talent,” according to the head of Air Force R&D. Attracting top talent

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Department of Defense Releases Defense Space Strategy

“Today the Secretary for Defense released the Defense Space Strategy, which identifies how Department of Defense will advance spacepower to be able to compete, deter, and win in a complex security environment characterized by great power competition. “‘The Defense Space Strategy is the next step to ensure space superiority and to secure the Nation’s vital interests in space now and

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Neutrino Energy – Sustainable Energy Technology in Space

Neutrino Energy - Sustainable Energy Technology in Space

BERLIN, June 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As plans to explore the cosmos once again reach a fever pitch in the United States and abroad, the Neutrino Energy Group stands at the ready to supplement the power sources that contemporary astronauts will need to establish colonies on the Moon and travel to Mars. A recent press release details how NASA and

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More than 8,500 Air Force personnel volunteer to join US Space Force

More than 8,500 Air Force personnel volunteer to join US Space Force

The official flag of the U.S. Space Force is unveiled at the White House event with President Donald Trump on May 15, 2020. More than 8,500 active-duty Air Force service members have volunteered to join the U.S. Space Force — the nation’s newest military branch. “I am incredibly proud of the men and women who made the bold decision to

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Space Force Attracts Thousands in First Transfer Window

Space Force Attracts Thousands in First Transfer Window

More than 8,500 Airmen applied to formally transfer into the Space Force during the month of May, about half the number of people who currently work for the fledgling service. Space Force officials will choose about 6,000 of those satellite operators, intelligence analysts , cyber professionals , and others to join the service for a two-year term, according to a

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Senators Endorse Space Force Reserve But Question Guard

Senators Endorse Space Force Reserve But Question Guard

The Senate Armed Services Committee endorsed the creation of a reserve component for the Space Force in new legislation but wants more evidence that a Space National Guard is necessary as well. The committee this week approved its version of the fiscal 2021 defense policy bill 25-2, and the legislation could head to the Senate floor for a vote by

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