The U.S. Army is updating its space training strategy to reflect the service’s role in the Indo-Pacific region. This is not a result of the Pentagon establishing U.S. Space Command (Spacecom), but because the Army’s strategy is outdated, Lt. Gen. James Dickinson, Army Space and Missile Defense Command chief, told reporters Oct. 16 during the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual exposition in Washington. Dickinson was selected and confirmed by the Senate to be the deputy ...

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