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November 2014 Edition
Military Launch Sector, Satellites, Open MILSATCOM Theme
 
Dispatches
 
Dispatches Part I, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
 
Dispatches Part II, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
 
Dispatches Part III, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
Features
 
Affordable, Creative Solutions For MILSATCOM, By John P. Leuer, Executive Director, Boeing MilSat Communications
While government budgets continue to flatten, there continues to be an increasing need for military bandwidth and protected tactical communication—these are essential for support of military and humanitarian missions. 
 
There’s No Room for Traditional VSAT Systems In Today’s Complex ISR Ops, By Koen Willems, Senior Contributor
You only need to flick through the newspapers these days to read that there are a large number of active conflicts around
the world.
 
The Emergence Of Secure Comms In The Middle East + Africa, By Scott Davis, Senior Director of Engineering, MTN Government
The news coming out of the vast region encompassing the Middle East and Africa is grim and often conveyed in the shorthand of single words: Ebola, ISIS, Hamas. 
 
Command Center: Philip Harlow, President + Chief Operating Officer, XTAR
As the President and Chief Operating Officer, Philip Harlow is driving XTAR’s business and operational growth to fulfill the company’s strategic mission.
 
The HPA Corner: Maturing The Payload For Hosted Payload Success, By Al Tadros, Vice President, Civil and DoD Business, Space Systems/Loral (SSL)
NASA is leading the way to success with its approach to working with industry to fly payloads on commercial satellites. 
 
Command Center: Chris Hudson, Senior Solutions Architect, Intelsat General Corporation (IGC)
Chris Hudson is the Senior Solutions Architect Engineer at Intelsat General, and MilsatMagazine offers his in-depth expertise regarding the company’s various , upcoming Intelsat EpicNG projects, and his successful career.
 
The Focus Is On Survivability An IGC Perspective, By Kay Sears, President, Intelsat General Corporation
As most know, General John Hyten took over the leadership of the U.S. Air Force Space Command in August, succeeding General William Shelton, under whom he had been vice commander for two years.
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