The American military leverages and relies on an uninterrupted flow of data, communications and sensing like no other. The use of space-based assets to facilitate intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), precision navigation and targeting, and command and control is extensive, and the information is distributed widely to commands and platforms as well as devices. This space-enabled toolkit is powerful. And like many tools whose use is so pervasive, there is a tendency to take ...


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