"Upfront investments are necessary to break the vicious cycle in which current DOD high-value assets are stuck" to increase space resiliency, the Aerospace Corp. study argues.
WASHINGTON: DoD must change its approach to space if it is to stay ahead of satellite attrition during future wars. It needs to regularly replace entire satellite constellations every few years rather than once every 15 to 20 years, the respected Aerospace Corporation says in a new study.
“[R]esiliency does not come from picking one optimal future architecture now,” the paper warns DoD. “Instead, it comes from the ability to adapt the architecture and scale to future needs in an affordable way.” READ MORE...
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