The U.S. military space enterprise is set for modest growth under the Trump administration budget proposal for fiscal 2018, which rephases procurement of future GPS III satellites but mostly stays the course elsewhere, with “some dancing around the edges,” defense budget analysts say. Mike Tierney of Jacques & Associates observes a fiscal bump of about 5% across the Defense Department’s space portfolio compared to a 13% increase departmentwide bas ed on numbers ...

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