The fourth satellite in a constellation that provides highly protected communications to the U.S. and allied militaries is scheduled to launch just as program officials are preparing a go-fast acquisition strategy for a follow-on program. The Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) constellation, which will cost the Pentagon more than $13 billion, was designed to enable communications on the Pentagon’s worst day imaginable—allowing it to continue sending information even under ...

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