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US, Japan To Ink Hosted Payload Pact to Monitor Sats

Posted by Paul McLeary on


Japan plans to host an American Space Situational Awareness (SSA) sensor payload on their QZSS satellites. American and Japanese officials are expected to sign a Memorandum of Understanding by the end of the year.

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Why Would Russia Spoof Israeli GPS? F-35 & Iran

Posted by Arie Egozi on


The answer may lie in the limits of Russian electronic warfare, which — while far more potent than US military EW — still relies on raw power more than precise targeting. It may also show the weakness of the warm relationship Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has cultivated with Vladimir Putin, which could run aground on Russia’s increasing support for Iran.

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HASC Markup Punts Space Force Decision, Chops Next-Gen OPIR

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


“I don’t trust the Air Force, on its own, given its existing structure to properly prioritize space,” Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee Adam Smith says.

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Army Fields Anti-Jam GPS In Germany This Fall

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


The first iteration of the new Assured Precision Navigation & Timing (APNT) kit will go to the 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Germany for evaluation.

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Space Force May Not Fix Space Acquisition Mess

Posted by Colin Clark on


Military space programs have to navigate a maze of 60 agencies. Creating a Space Force may not make things simpler.

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Joint Demos Try To Better Coordinate Ground Control & Satellites

Posted by Colin Clark on


CAPITOL HILL: The Air Force and other services, after decades during which America often built a highly capable military satellite but didn’t have the ground equipment to use it, are trying to claw back years and dollars of often wasted effort by holding joint experiments to test satellites and ground equipment at the same time.… Keep reading →

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Russians Tried to Jam NATO Exercise; Swedes Say They’ve Seen This Before

Posted by Paul McLeary on


The Russians played around at the edges of this month’s Trident Juncture exercise in Norway, but that was to be expected. New moves in the Baltic Sea, however, have some concerned.

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EXCLUSIVE: What Multi Domain C2 May Look Like: Raytheon’s Rick Yuse

Posted by Colin Clark on


The video will give you an idea of what may become the combat center of the future, but one dispersed around the world, instead of being concentrated in a few hyper-secure (but potentially targetable) facilities.

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Raytheon’s GPS Ground Station, OCX, Rights Itself?

Posted by Colin Clark on


WASHINGTON: After three years during which it’s been the Air Force’s greatest problem child, Raytheon’s next-generation ground control system for GPS satellites is back on track, the company’s top man on the program says. Ellen Lord, the head of Pentagon acquisition, and Will Roper, head of Air Force acquisition, met with Bill Sullivan and other… Keep reading →

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Raytheon Targets Army Multi-Domain Systems Like DeepStrike [Sponsored]

Posted by Otto Kreisher [Sponsored by Raytheon] on


As the new National Defense Strategy shifts the U.S. armed forces’ focus from combating violent extremists to confronting China and Russia, Raytheon is offering an array of multi-domain capabilities to modernize the Army “not just for today but tomorrow,” Kim Ernzen, executive vice president of the company’s Land Warfare Systems, says. Raytheon is particularly well… Keep reading →

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