While "space" has become an essential, integral part of the U.S. economy, the military use of space has a long way to go, according to Air Force generals who participated in the recent Schriever II space war game. The employment of space for military purposes today has evolved to about the same maturity level as the use of aircraft during World War I, a one-star suggested. Spacecraft now perform "force enhancement" duties such as reconnaissance, surveillance, navigation, missile warning and ...
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