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SPAWAR Turns To ViaSat To 'Pump Them Up'... US Navy's UHF Satellite Communications Network 
... maintaining the long-term viability of proven UHF systems; ensuring Navy warfighters have ongoing support and access to proven communications technology when in the battlespace.
 
USAF's New Warfare ...Satellites Instead Of Bombers Or Fighters 
Burt said the Air Force is shifting to a new style of warfare that will integrate the service's entire arsenal, including space systems and computer attacks.
 
Statement From ULA... Delta IV Tears Through The Midnight Sky And Launches Strategic Command Satellites 
Night launches are beautiful when all goes well, and all went well for the AFSPC-6 mission tonight.
 
Complete AFSPC-6 Immersion For Orbital ATK
Orbital ATK designed, manufactured, integrated and tested the GSSAP satellites at their state-of-the art manufacturing facility in Dulles, Virginia.
 
Rocketdyne's Engines Tackle Roll, Pitch And Yaw At AFSPC-6's Launch 
The RS-68A is the world’s most powerful liquid-hydrogen/liquid-oxygen engine.
 
US Air Force's Statement Regarding Successful Launch Of AFSPC-6 
The satellites join a GSSAP constellation currently supporting U.S. Strategic Command space surveillance operations
 
Advantech Wireless Sending SOTM Modem To NATO Aligned Nation
The AMT-83L possesses a much higher data rate...
 
UltiSat Into ISR For Lockheed Martin & US Army
UltiSat will support the SS-AISR program in AISR data collection, ground-based processing, exploitation, and dissemination for missions worldwide.
 
Reliable, Viable, Verifiable—SpeedCast's New Government Comms Work
SpeedCast has just signed a partnership agreement with Airbus Defence and Space to offer military-grade satellite communication services to the Australia and New Zealand governments.
 
DISA Global Opens New Facility And Never Closes... Ever Vigilant About Cyber Warfare
“When you see this building, you may not see airplanes, but you are going to see a facility that is right smack dab in the middle of this cyber-war."
 
UK Orders Third Zephyr S... The Wind Beneath Its Wings Carries It For Weeks
Replacing one conventional UAV with just one Zephyr would save 2,000 tons of fuel each year.
 
Lockheed Martin's Hot New Cool Solution ... Improved Microcryocooler Is Smaller & Faster
"We can cool an IR sensor in three minutes, versus the 12 to 15 minutes of current systems. That's crucial when lives are on the line."
 
SBIRS Ground System Is Well Grounded & Ready To Proceed
Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Command began dedicated operational testing at the Mission Control Station at Buckley Air Force Base.
 
Tempers Remain Calm As USAF Awards ULA Exclusive Contracts Over SpaceX
​No dueling swords were drawn when the news became known that United Launch Alliance was awarded the two Delta 4 Heavy missions over their rival SpaceX.
 
Inmarsat Government Back In The Saddle Again
Inmarsat Government will support the US Navy’s requirement to acquire worldwide commercial telecommunication services.
 
Having A Ball With XTAR
This demonstration was conducted at Aberdeen Proving Ground with the US Air Force Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities (TENCAP), Support to Special Operations Forces.
 
Static Sequestartion & Comms Improvements Inhabit The Latest General Dynamics Missions Systems Work For US Navy
The ALE also improves communications among US and coalition forces and can supplement satellite communications (SATCOM) when such networks are overloaded or unavailable.
 
Celliboost Gets A Boost As A Start Up That Has Taken Off... Mobile Broadband Coverage In Rugged Terrain
...standalone mobile system that uses ordinary mobile infrastructure for fast transmission of large-volume landline-quality high-resolution data, audio, and video communications.
 
Air Force Releases An RFP For An EELV 
GPS III is expected to provide improved anti-jamming capabilities as well as improved accuracy for precision, navigation, and timing.  
 
Houston We Have A Problem... US Military's MUOS 5 Fails To Reach Orbit
On June 29 attempts to raise the satellite's orbit were halted leaving the spacecraft in a highly elliptical, rather than circular orbit.