Space Force Takes Over All Military Satellite Communications
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Space Force Takes Over All Military Satellite Communications

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The Army transferred some of its satellite operations to the Space Force on Monday, marking the latest move to reorganize and grow the youngest military branch.

In addition to control of the communication satellites, 500 people will transfer from the Army's Space and Missile Defense Command, based in Huntsville, Alabama, to Schriever Space Force Base in Colorado as part of the expansion.

"This historic transfer from the Army to the Space Force will mark the first time all Department of Defense military satellite communication functions have been consolidated under a single military service," the Space Force wrote in a press release.

https://www.military.com/daily-news/2022...tions.html
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(08-16-2022, 09:14 AM)snowglobe Wrote: Space Force Takes Over All Military Satellite Communications

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The Army transferred some of its satellite operations to the Space Force on Monday, marking the latest move to reorganize and grow the youngest military branch.

In addition to control of the communication satellites, 500 people will transfer from the Army's Space and Missile Defense Command, based in Huntsville, Alabama, to Schriever Space Force Base in Colorado as part of the expansion.

"This historic transfer from the Army to the Space Force will mark the first time all Department of Defense military satellite communication functions have been consolidated under a single military service," the Space Force wrote in a press release.

https://www.military.com/daily-news/2022...tions.html
As they should. This a good thing.

EDIT: I also believe that the FAA, DOT and Maritime should be reorganized and become a branches of the USSF for tracking and security purposes. They should also take over boarder security as a first alert via satellite and laser systems.
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(08-16-2022, 11:49 AM)Arkan_Ted Wrote:
(08-16-2022, 09:14 AM)snowglobe Wrote: Space Force Takes Over All Military Satellite Communications

The Army transferred some of its satellite operations to the Space Force on Monday, marking the latest move to reorganize and grow the youngest military branch.

In addition to control of the communication satellites, 500 people will transfer from the Army's Space and Missile Defense Command, based in Huntsville, Alabama, to Schriever Space Force Base in Colorado as part of the expansion.

"This historic transfer from the Army to the Space Force will mark the first time all Department of Defense military satellite communication functions have been consolidated under a single military service," the Space Force wrote in a press release.

https://www.military.com/daily-news/2022...tions.html
As they should. This a good thing.

EDIT: I also believe that the FAA, DOT and Maritime should be reorganized and become a branches of the USSF for tracking and security purposes. They should also take over boarder security as a first alert via satellite and laser systems.

It is particularly nice to see this happen under the current circumstances. It shows that what is going on behind the scenes is much bigger than the drama that we get force-fed daily by the MSM. This is much bigger than Mar-a-Lago getting raided. (I am not suggesting that the raid is not a big thing.)

This is a power move. Heartflowers
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