Satellites transferred to Space Force by October
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While the Democrats in Congress are Trying to Abolish the Space Force, The chief of Space Operations announced the transfer of Army and Navy satellite communications billets, funding, and mission responsibility to the U.S. Space Force.
At the beginning of October, some of the satellite communications responsibilities of the US Army and US Navy will officially transfer to the hands of Space Force DoD.
The move puts basically all of the DODs narrowband, wideband, and protected SATCOM under control of the U.S. Space Force.
Now all of that training, operations, acquisition, and sustainment and follow-on activities, user allocations - all of that, will be consolidated under the Space Force to create that unity of effort, and hopefully gain the ability to be more resilient, more dynamic, and ultimately more efficient with that mission set.
Sources: www.defense.gov, www.theepochtimes.com
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