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We Can’t Go Back to Life Without Satellites

Appearing on the CBS newsmagazine “60 Minutes,” just over a year ago, Gen. John Hyten, who heads U.S. Air Force Space Command, warned that “without…

Industry Wants to Ensure the Warfighter Is Always Supported

On April 12th in a darkened room at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., Gen. John Hyten prefaced his talk to the 32nd Space Symposium with…

2015 – Great Progress, Great Things to Come in Space

2015 was year of transition and promise in space. We finally saw signs that the government demand for commercial bandwidth and services is stabilizing after…

Hyten: Space Command Should be an Active Force in Dynamic Times

General John Hyten bridles at the perception of his Air Force Space Command being comprised of technicians in a 9-to-5 office environment reacting to threats…

Intelsat General’s Kay Sears Honored by Industry

McLean, VA – Intelsat General, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intelsat (NYSE: “I”), today announced that President Kay Sears has been awarded the 2014 Honorable Peter…

Kay Sears Honored by NDIA for Leadership in Space

Intelsat General Corporation (IGC) President Kay Sears is the recipient of the Honorable Peter B. Teets Award for 2014. The Space Division of the National…

Making Space Technology Cutting Edge AND Affordable

The current budgetary climate has forced a change in how the DoD handles space acquisition. As highlighted in this recent National Defense magazine article, programs…

Continued Momentum for Commercial Satellite Acquisition Reform

Committees in the House and Senate are making significant progress towards crafting the two annual bills that set policy for and fund our national defense.…

Commercial Integration Cell a Sign of Stronger Collaboration in Space

Later this summer the Commercial Integration Cell (CIC) will begin operations for a six-month trial in the Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC), a command-and-control center…

A New ‘Arms Race’ in Space?

Old and new adversaries are working intently to counter America's supremacy in space. This fact has been discussed widely within government and industry circles for…