Fighting and Winning in Space - Today and Tomorrow
In the coming weeks, a conference committee of House and Senate lawmakers will join together to hammer out a compromise on how best to defend the vital interests of the United States in space. Whether their solution is a “Space Corps” or “Space Force” matters little in the grand scheme; what’s important—essential, in fact—is that the US answer the rising threats posed by China and Russia against commercial, military and intelligence satellites with unparalleled military capability to deter and, if necessary, defeat enemy threats in space.
Expanding the Airman's Competitive Edge
For the past 75 years, the United States has been the world’s premier air power, dominating the skies in every conflict in which it participated. American air dominance has arguably been America’s most effective deterrent against aggressors seeking to challenge U.S. interests.