Common sense rules in the USAF at last.
Australia? Think of the British, currently building two large and expensive carriers designed to fly the F-35B.
One day, there may be a gloomy encyclopedia written on how not to conceive or run a military project.
The bulk of its chapters are likely to be on the F-35, a project too big to fail, too...
Your comment lacks detail - just why do you consider human space flight a folly? And why should all flights necessarily be robotic?
Assuming the project eventually shows a...
SpaceX has what NASA has lacked since the days of Apollo - a visionary in charge, with the intelligence and means to carry through his ideas.
Good luck to them.