Author Jennifer-Leigh Oprihory

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Rear Adm. Christian Becker, USN, commander of Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, discusses the US Navy’s goals and strategies for space, nanosats and more with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in an April 3 interview at the Navy League of the United States’ 2017 Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, Maryland.

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Rear Adm. Timothy Gallaudet, USN, oceanographer and navigator of the Navy and commander of Naval Meterology and Oceanography Command, discusses digitizing the ocean space, modernization and recruiting challenges, climate change and more during an April 3 interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. The interview was held during the Navy League of the United States’ 2017 Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, Maryland.

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Adm. George Zambellas, former First Sea Lord and former chief of naval staff of the Royal Navy, discusses maritime innovation during an April 3 interview with Defense & Aerospace Editor Vago Muradian at the Navy League of the United States’ 2017 Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, Maryland.

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Rear Adm. Nils Wang, commandant of the Royal Danish Defence College and former commander of the Royal Danish Navy, discusses Arctic regional defense and his goals for his Washington visit during an interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian on April 3. The interview was held during the Navy League of the United States’ 2017 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, held in National Harbor, Maryland.

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Vice Adm. Thomas Moore, commander of the US Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command, discusses the potential impacts of a continuing resolution and government shutdown on the US Navy Fleet with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian on April 3. The interview was held during the Navy League of the United States’ 2017 Sea-Air-Space Symposium in National Harbor, Maryland.

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Adm. Bill Moran, USN, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, discusses the outlook for the US Navy’s FY 2018 budget, readiness and acquisition priorities and contingency plans for a potential government shutdown during an interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian on April 3, 2017. The interview was held during the Navy League’s 2017 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, held in National Harbor, Maryland.

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“While the details for how and when the RD-180 will be replaced are not yet settled, the consensus within the U.S. Congress and executive branch remains that the United States must end its reliance on the RD-180,” the Center for Strategic and International Studies writes of its new report, “Beyond the RD-180,” written by Aerospace Security Project Director Todd Harrison, Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group Director Andrew Hunter, International Security Program Research Associate and Program Director Kaitlyn Johnson, and Aerospace Security Project Program Coordinator and Research Assistant Thomas Roberts. “This report explains the impetus for finding an alternative engine, explores the options that are available going forward, and describes the challenges that will be placed on the federal government and the private sector in doing so.” The report was released ahead of CSIS’ 2017 Space Security Conference, held on March 22, 2017.

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“Since the advent of the space age, a primary constraint on military, commercial, and civil space missions has been the cost of launch,” CSIS writes of its new report, “Implications of Ultra-Low-Cost Access to Space,” written by Aerospace Security Project Director Todd Harrison, Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group Director Andrew Hunter, International Security Program Research Associate and Program Manager Kaitlyn Johnson, and Aerospace Security Project Program Manager and Research Assistant Thomas Roberts. “Launching objects into space requires substantial investments in launch systems and infrastructure, which has restricted the market to only a handful of national governments and several large private companies. This study explores the possibility of a space industry significantly less constrained by the cost of access to space.”

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