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Space Force Awards Six Companies Electromagnetic Range Study Contracts

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Space Force Awards Six Companies Electromagnetic Range Study Contracts

Six vendors have secured Advanced Space Technology for Range Operations—Electromagnetic Range study contracts from the U.S. Space Force’s Space Training and Readiness Command and Space Systems Command to improve the STARCOM National Space Test and Training Complex.

The ASTRO-E project is part of STARCOM’s long-term vision of enhancing education, doctrine and training to protect national security. Under the contract, the contractors will look into the viability of integrating ground infrastructure and on-orbit subjects for electronic warfare test and training.

The vendors that received a contract are HII Mission Technologies, Lockheed Martin and Parsons Government Services, NouSystems, ExoAnalytic Solutions and TMC Design, SpaceForce .mil reported.

STARCOM has also invested in other emerging technologies to improve its training capabilities. In October, it organized an industry event and issued requests for information to obtain information on available virtual and remote training solutions that will improve guardians’ understanding of the space.

STARCOM also deployed orbital warfare training solutions across the service. In December, it hosted the first Exercise Red Skies, allowing guardians to execute operational tactics in a dynamic orbital domain.

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