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Protecting GPS is the Space Force’s most important job, according to their new commercial
"Space is hard."
The unfortunate truth of why we’ll never have space marines, according to science or whatever
"We’re not likely to see this being operationally considered, but it is fun to play around with the idea."
The Air Force wants $48 million to drop commandos into battle from orbit
"When you can launch an austere airbase in a space capsule, that’s frickin’ awesome!”
The Air Force has a groovy idea to beam sunshine power down from space on radio waves
Ain't no power like star power
From the Halls of Montezuma to infinity and beyond: now introducing Space Marines
NASA’s new toilet uses super-powerful acid to turn astronaut urine into drinking water
“When the astronauts have to go, we want to allow them to boldly go."
SpaceX, ULA land massive military launch contract for Space Force
The U.S. Space Force is going to send its military hardware into space on SpaceX and United Launch Alliance rockets
A Russian satellite just launched a mysterious space weapon, US Space Command says
U.S. Space Command said Thursday that it has evidence that Russia tested a space-based anti-satellite weapon last week
Here’s how to watch today’s historic SpaceX launch
Former Marine Corps pilot Doug Hurley and Air Force Col. Bob Behnken will become the first NASA astronauts to launch into space from U.S. soil since the last space shuttle launch in 2011.
The Marine and airman crewing America’s first manned space launch in years are best buds
“I’m just thankful that doing something like this, I’m doing it with Doug Hurley,” Behnken said.
United States Space Force Recruitment Video
Air Force Secretary Barbara M. Barrett and Chief of Space Operations, Gen. John Raymond, unveiled the Space Force’s first recruiting...
The Air Force’s secretive X-37B space plane is headed back into orbit. Here’s what it’ll be doing up there
The U.S. military's X-37B space plane is heading back into space in mid-May, and while the Air Force doesn't often say much about the mysterious aircraft, the service's top civilian outlined what it will be doing this time around
Who did it better: the real Space Force recruiting spot or the trailer for Netflix’s ‘Space Force’?
This is probably the first time in history that the military is figuring out how to prop up a new branch while a major entertainment network sets out to make fun of it every step of the way.
‘It feels awesome’ — Meet the newly-graduated Air Force cadet who just became the sixth member of Space Force
"It’s definitely a very cool feeling to be part of something this new and something that you’re really going to have a big influence on."
50 years ago, the astronauts of Apollo 13 made it back alive. This guy’s invention made it happen
"We never thought that it could be a lifeboat," Adan said. "I worked on that baby day and night. And it paid off. It saved those guys."
Space Force moving forward with first rocket launch despite COVID-19 concerns
The Space Force is moving ahead with a crucial national security launch Thursday, even as installations around the country telework due to COVID-19.
These Space Force action figures feature Trump and Obama teaming up to beat the Russians to Mars
No U.S military branch is complete without a line of gun-toting action figures, and with your help, the Space Force could finally get its plastic treatment … though with a few Sci-Fi twists.
The story of how Jewish and former Nazi scientists got America to the moon
“My dad said NASA was built by Jews, Nazis and hillbillies," said the son of one NASA engineer.
100 soldiers will leave the Army for the Space Force sooner than you think
"I think it would be a great opportunity for these young men and women," Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said.
‘A dangerous situation in space’ — Russian spacecraft are reportedly trailing a US spy satellite
The two Russian satellites have come within 100 miles of the U.S. satellite and the United States has raised concerns about the matter to Moscow through diplomatic channels, Space Force Commander Gen. John Raymond told TIME Magazine
Here’s what you need to do to receive a Remote Combat Effects Campaign Medal
The U.S. Air Force says airmen serving in cyber; space; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; and remotely piloted aircraft jobs may be eligible to receive the newly created Remote Combat Effects Campaign Medal if they were part of operations that had significant impact.
The Air Force’s secretive military space plane lands in Florida after a record-long orbital flight
The unpiloted X-37B, built by Boeing, touched down on an air strip at NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 3:51 a.m. ET after spending 780 days orbiting Earth as the Air Force's fifth flight mission under the Orbital Test Vehicle program, the Air Force said
US Space Command is officially open for business
The Pentagon on Thursday officially established United States Space Command, a precursor to the Space Force military service President Donald Trump has called for
NASA is reportedly investigating an Army astronaut for committing cyber crime in space
Astronaut Anne McClain allegedly told investigators she accessed her estranged spouse's bank account while serving on the International Space Station, the New York Times reported