Engaged in Space:

About 400 space professionals participated in the Schriever IV Space Wargame run last week from Nellis AFB, Nev. The setting was 2025 as the space force attempted to “defend, augment, and replace space systems” and discover “seams in command-and-control relationships to support regional commanders,” according to an Air Force Space Command release. Col. Larry Chodzko, head of the Space Innovation and Development Center at Schriever AFB, Colo., called the effort “extremely beneficial.” He noted that the third wargame in the series led US Strategic Command “to evolve its Joint Functional Component Command structure to better serve the warfighter.”