Successful Sbirs Launch Bolsters Satellite Buying Plans

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Now that a second crucial and first-of-a-kind next-generation U.S. Air Force spacecraft has overcome its developmental turbulence and is finally in orbit, the tone in Washington on costly but critical military space programs is changing, as is the focus. Military officials are aiming to...

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