Latest Air Force Space Command Stories
During the Space Foundationâ€™s National Space Symposium, the US Air Force announced it would be working alongside US Strategic Command to develop a better system of tracking objects in space.
An annual report released by the Space Foundation shows that global space revenues saw an increase of 2.5 percent to $257 billion in 2008.
TEWKSBURY, Mass., Feb.
The Obama administration may be facing a new kind of space race with broader scientific, national-security and business implications.
SPACEHAB, Incorporated (NASDAQ:SPAB), and its Astrotech subsidiary, leading providers of commercial space services, join with Space Florida in recognizing the immense opportunities for America's commercial space program in the joint Air Force Space Command and Space Florida Dedication Ceremony of Launch Complex 36.
Commanders of the U.S. Navyâ€™s mission to shoot down a malfunctioning spy satellite last month said there was no substantial new space debris created.
EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Sept. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Computer Sciences Corporation announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Air Force Space Command to provide technical services at the Air Force's Eastern Range, headquartered at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla.
It seems like a strange place for Airmen to serve. But in a land more home to reindeer, arctic fox and musk ox, they are helping ensure the Air Force's warfighting future by providing a key mission: missile warning and space surveillance and satellite command and control operations.
The Air Force's new top commander for space predicted on Tuesday future attacks on U.S. satellites and called for greatly expanded tracking and identification of payloads launched by other countries.
By Jim Wolf WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An Air Force facility protecting the nerve center of U.S. homeland defense at Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado, has been put on heightened alert, the military said on Tuesday, amid persistent reports that North Korea may be set to test-fire a long-range missile.
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