Space Force at two: ‘Still a toddler,’ with all that brings | Breaking Defense

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Photo by Capt. Timothy Vaughan Special Operations Command Africa

However, as the Space Force approaches its second birthday on Monday, advocates in Congress and market analysts are feeling a little like parents of a two-year-old human child: pleased but also irritated. While major parliamentarians claim to have made a difference, they, including a wide range of industry insiders and experts, are concerned about the lack of advancement on space exploration, which was a key component of the new military force’s formation. Lawmakers and professionals focused their attention on the inability to simplify the intricate space purchase decision-making process, which has resulted in a lack of movement in restructuring America’s fragile satellite networks into a more resilient architecture. 



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