US Space Force establishes new unit to track ‘threats in orbit’

 The United States Space Force has activated a new unit that is tasked with providing “critical intelligence on threat systems, foreign intentions and activities in the space domain.” 

Pentagon leaders have said that the creation of this new unit is critical for shaping the future of the Space Force’s innovation and technology acquisition.



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