This Tuesday INSIDER Daily Digest has an interview with the new president of communications technology company Oceus Networks, plus the Space Force releasing its latest spacepower doctrine and more.
Inside Defense recently interviewed the new president of communications technology company Oceus Networks:
Oceus Networks, newly acquired by a private investment firm, will have needed capital to expand as it pursues new opportunities, according to top executives.
The Space Force's newly released spacepower doctrine lays out the service's cornerstone responsibilities, core competencies and primary disciplines and helps describe for stakeholders and current and future Space Force personnel how the service fits into the nation's larger space enterprise and priorities:
The Space Force today released its first spacepower doctrine, meant to set the foundation for the new service and provide a key step toward distinguishing it as an independent entity.
Document: Space Force's spacepower doctrine
Air Force acquisition chief Will Roper spoke with reporters late last week about his service's Next-Generation Air Dominance acquisition strategy as well as a multimillion-dollar space launch contract:
The Air Force has finalized its Next-Generation Air Dominance acquisition strategy and expects to know by next month whether it will be adopted as part of the Pentagon's fiscal year 2022 budget request.
The Space Force has selected United Launch Alliance and SpaceX to receive contracts under its Launch Services Procurement program, with ULA receiving 60% of the manifest and SpaceX the remaining 40%.
The Marine Corps, in partnership with the Pentagon's Defense Innovation Unit and Austin, TX-based startup ICON, in January built a 15-foot-tall, 26-foot-long structure to protect and conceal vehicles using 3D printing:
The Marine Corps is eyeing how additive manufacturing can change the ways its construction battalions operate, following a successful proof-of-concept demonstration earlier this year.