DOD seeks changes to reporting on space attacks, space domain awareness sharing

By Shelley K. Mesch / April 23, 2024 at 12:15 PM
The Defense Department would only need to report foreign attacks on "critical" national security space capabilities under a legislative proposal submitted to Congress last week. Rather than requiring the commander of U.S. Space Command to provide Congress notice of attempts to “disrupt, degrade or destroy” any such capabilities, it would only need to tell Congress if the capability is deemed “critical,” according to the proposal. SPACECOM would still need to provide such notice within 48 hours of the attempted attacks...

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