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Space and Missile Defense Symposium 2019

‘GEOINT Singularity:’ There’ll Be Nowhere For DoD To Hide EXCLUSIVE

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“[A]dversaries could track the movements of U.S. and allied military equipment, detecting patterns of training and operations; hyperspectral imaging can identify chemical compositions; short-wavelength infrared imaging can see through clouds; and SAR sensors can image at night. When determining risks to national security, one can define it as the risk of being seen or detected.”

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Lasers, Microwaves, Hypersonics & More: Army RCCTO

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Innovators who put forward the most promising white papers will be invited to pitch their idea to officials representing not only the Army but the other services, the joint Combatant Commands, and independent organizations like the Missile Defense Agency.

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SATCOM, Offensive Space Key Challenges for SPACECOM Transition

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“Deterrence only works if can communicate our capabilities, and we must tell our adversaries what we have waiting if they choose to cross a red line,” says Maj. Gen. Rick Evans.

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Army Seeks Small Satellites To Support Ground Troops

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Such smallsat payloads, hosted on commercial satellites, are an important piece of the Army’s evolving concept of Multi-Domain Operations, which seeks to combine efforts on land, the sea, air, space, and cyberspace to defeat sophisticated adversaries such as Russia and China.

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STRATCOM Move to Space Command: 2 Years, 100s Of People

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Maj. Gen. Rick Evans says STRATCOM will have a difficult challenge in identifying which headquarters personnel should transfer to the new SPACECOM when it stands up.

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Capella First For ‘Holy Grail’ of Real-Time SAR-Sat Images

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“Real-time tasking and receiving data is going to b the future,” Capella CEO Payam Banazadeh says. “Over time every single remote sensing company will go this direction.” 

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