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USSPACECOM Adopts New Strategy to Ensure Combat Readiness by 2027

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USSPACECOM Adopts New Strategy to Ensure Combat Readiness by 2027

The U.S. Space Command has adopted a new strategy to ensure that the United States remains a leader in ensuring a safe, secure and sustainable domain amid increasing threats.

On Tuesday, U.S. Space Force Gen. Stephen Whiting, commander of the Space Command, introduced Strategic Vision, a document that aims to help the command gain the ability to conduct dynamic, partnered and integrated space operations and transregional missile defense support to enable Joint Force lethality and effectiveness. 

With the new strategic vision, USSPACECOM particularly aims to achieve several objectives, including maximizing combat readiness by 2027, achieving and maintaining space superiority and shaping military spacepower for future fights, the Space Command said.

Whiting said the document shows the command’s commitment to delivering space capabilities to the Joint Force, the nation and allies and ensuring space superiority.

USSPACECOM has been working with different partners to address the challenges it faces. In November 2023, it announced plans to deepen collaborations with academic institutions to develop solutions to solve the space community’s problems.

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Tags: space space operations strategic vision US Space Command US Space Force