Welcome to this issue of MilsatMagazine and to the National Space Symposium in Colorado Springs as well as the National Association of Broadcasters Military + Government Summit held concurrently with the NAB 2009 conference in Las Vegas, for which we are an official Media Sponsor. All of these elements strive to accomplish one major need for all the delivery of timely and usable information to help you accomplish your goals within the MILSATCOM and SATCOM industries.
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This issue features COMMAND CENTER interviews with leaders in the MILSATCOM world as well as technical articles to assist you with your satellite communication needs. Should you ever have the desire to communicate with our readers, just email me and well see if we can draft you into the MilsatMagazine Info Service. Thanks Hartley Lesser, Editorial Director