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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP17 Mar 2017 10:04 p.m. PST

"Among the memorabilia in Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein's office is a fragment of the Wright brothers' first airplane. But the most intriguing items may be two small plastic satellites on sticks that can be maneuvered to simulate a dogfight in space.

Space is now a potential battle zone, Goldfein explains in an interview. The Air Force wants to ensure "space superiority," which he says means "freedom from attack and freedom to maneuver."

If you think cyberwar raises some tricky issues, get your mind around this next big threat worrying the Pentagon. Similar problems exist in both the cyber and space domains: U.S. commercial and military interests are interwoven but deeply suspicious of each other; the technologies are borderless but are being weaponized by hostile nation-states; and attacks on satellites and other systems may be invisible and difficult to attribute…"
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