Global Xpress Military Ka-Band Open To NATO, ‘Five-Eyes’ Countries

LONDON — Mobile satellite fleet operator Inmarsat of London says NATO and so-called “five-eyes” countries will have access to the military Ka-band payload on its new Global Xpress commercial communications satellites. “The Global Xpress military capabilities are licensed through a NATO country, and...

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