COLORADO SPRINGS — The senior officer overseeing U.S. Air Force Space Command says he refuses to lose sight of looking toward a future of more resilient architectures for spacecraft and launchers, though the near-term focus is on slicing $508 million from its operations and maintenance budget through the end of September. The cut is owing to the Budget Control Act, and in accordance the command is reducing several of its key capabilities. Among them was a recently scrapped plan to ...

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