Biden administration identifies resilient DOD space architecture as key priority

By Courtney Albon / December 1, 2021 at 3:55 PM
The Biden administration's new space priorities framework calls for the Defense Department to move quickly to develop a resilient space architecture as a means of deterring adversary aggression and a tool for better characterizing hostile action. The document , released today ahead of the administration's first National Space Council meeting, defines resiliency as more than a mechanism for protecting on-orbit assets, but also as a capability that can identify and attribute potential aggression in space. "To deter aggression against U.S.,...

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