Operational Imperative 1: Space Order of Battle

As the Air Force plans to retire many of its aging intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance aircraft in the next few years, it is working with the Space Force and agencies in the Intelligence Community to cover potential gaps and build persistent coverage around the globe, ...
The Space Development Agency has added another batch of missile-tracking satellites to its expansive constellation, awarding Raytheon a $250 million contract March 2 to build seven spacecraft. Those satellites will join the already-planned 28 satellites in the Tranche 1 Tracking Layer of SDA’s Proliferated Warfighter Space ...