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September 2022 Edition
MILSATCOM Innovation, Advanced Technologies, Cybersecurity / Cyber Defense
 
Dispatches
 
Dispatches I, 34 Starlinks + AST Space Mobile • SciTec • Airbus • HawkEye 360 • SCOUT • ND SATCOM • Space Systems Command • General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
Government and Industry News intercepted and deciphered the Editors
 
Dispatches II, National Space Society • Blue Canyon + SEAKR • L3Harris • QinetiQ • TESAT • Kratos • Hanwha companies + OneWeb
Government and Industry News intercepted and deciphered the Editors
 
Dispatches III, Zephyr 8 • SpaceWorks • Raytheon • BAE Systems • SES + SES GS • Slingshot Aerospace • L3Harris
Government and Industry News intercepted and deciphered the Editors
 
Dispatches IV, Airbus • SpaceLink • Lockheed Martin • U.S. Army • SES + Digicel • Northrop Grumman • Inmarsat Gov • Gilat • UK Gov • Raytheon • TESAT • GNSS • Southern Launch • ULA
Government and Industry News intercepted and deciphered the Editors
Features
 
Space Systems Command: Tactically Responsive Space, SSC’s Space Safari prepares for the next TacRS mission
Space Safari responds to high-priority, urgent space needs;
 
The “Color” of Space Money, Space Systems Command
‘colors of money’, while important for fiscal oversight, can limit acquisition agility.
 
Resilient Combat Drones: Fighters For The New Warfare, Alvaro Sanchez, Chief Executive Officer, INTEGRASYS
The small weight and size of drones make them a powerful and seamless weapon.
 
Modular Antenna Designs Change...at the Speed of Relevance, Fred Vinezeano, Vice President of Products, Kratos Antenna Solutions
The U.S. Space Force, along with the rest of the Department of Defense (DoD), continuously seeks out ways to make the space segment more reliable and redundant.
 
Briefing: Optical Wireless Comms, Roger McGarrahan, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, PathFinder Digital
OWC provides the potential of breaking the bottleneck of RF links
 
The Critical Role of SWaP Satellite Solutions...For the Modern Military, Jay Chapman, Director of Government Solutions
The need for smaller, low cost and highly mobile solutions is on the rise. 
 
Control, Superiority + Deterrence in the Space Domain, Sergio Gallucci, Co-Founder and Chief Technical Officer, SCOUT Inc.
The U.S. Space Force’s primary mission can be seen as a pursuit of space superiority via spacepower
 
Transforming Battlespace Comms, Brian Billman, Chief Marketing Officer, ALL.SPACE
Increased global threats have made it more important than ever before to keep connectivity flowing.
 
SDRS for Ground-Station-As-A-Service (GSaaS), Brendon McHugh, Field Application Engineer + Technical Writer, Per Vices
This concept provides an abstraction layer over the ground station infrastructure in the lines of cloud computing.
 
Government Satellite Report #1, David Pesgraves, Government Satellite Report (GSR)
It’s really important that space is always available to the nation, no matter what the environment is.
 
Government Satellite Report #2, David Pesgraves, Government Satellite Report (GSR)
Is there a need for GEO satellite in a world with LEO and MEO satellites? 
 
Focus: Hughes—High-Speed, Low-Latency LEO Network to Thule Air Base, The Hughes Team
Thule is the northernmost U.S. military installation, situated a little less than 1,000 miles from the North Pole.
 
Space Industry Growth Is Not Guaranteed, Jim Cantrell, Chief Executive Office and Co-Founder, Phantom Space
 The “next generation” of space solutions and companies are facing a global growth sustainability problem.
 
How Global Sustainability is Driving Changes in the Intelligence Community, Bill Pryle, Government RF Consultant, ETL Systems
The world is changing — how is this impacting the intelligence community and their approach to data security? 
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