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April 2019 Edition
Warfighter Comms, Military Satellites and more...
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
The Future of DoD SATCOM: Delivering Fighting SATCOM, By the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC)
The U.S. Air Force (USAF) delivers global satellite communications (SATCOM) capabilities that are foundational to joint warfighter operations across the range of military operations, and will only become more critical in preparation for the battlespace of the future.
How Industry Can Solve...the DoD’s perceived SATCOM terminal challenges, By Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Senior Vice President of Government, Strategy and Policy, Inmarsat Government
As part of a recent U.S. Air Force technology pilot project, we witnessed how the military can leverage commercial innovation and flexibility to address the Department of Defense’s (DoD)-perceived SATCOM terminal challenge.
FLASHBACK AND FLASHFORWARD: The crucial communication connections for warfighters continue to improve, By Drew Klein, Director of International Business Development
Flash back to World War 2, 1944... 
The Government Satellite Report: COTM... Science Fiction or reality?, By Robert Rigsby, Senior Director, Business Development, SES Government Services
New technologies are considered “disruptive” when their introduction changes the fundamental way in which we live, work or accomplish day-to-day tasks.
The Orbital Test Bed: Using hosted payload platforms to deliver missions to space — rapidly and affordably, By Craig Gravelle, Director, Space Systems Strategic Development, General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS)
High value civil and military and payloads and experiments often must wait several years before flying in space... if they fly at all.
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