SPACECOM's $67M unfunded wish list would support FOC, joint technology demonstration program

By Courtney Albon / June 8, 2021 at 2:55 PM
U.S. Space Command's $67 million fiscal year 2022 unfunded priorities list would boost space protection and rapid prototyping and experimentation efforts and help the command reach full operational capability. In a June 4 memo to House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-WA) obtained by Inside Defense, SPACECOM Commander Gen. James Dickinson wrote that while the command was established in 2019, fiscal year 2021 was its first year of federally appropriated funding. That lack of earlier funding has impaired...

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