USAF, NASIC releases unclassified ‘Competing in Space’ assessment
By Master Sgt. Zachary Wilson, National Air and Space Intelligence Center Public Affairs
/ Published January 16, 2019
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio --
The U.S. Air Force released an unclassified report Wednesday created by the National Air and Space Intelligence Center detailing developing trends in the space domain and the growing challenges posed by foreign space assets.
The report, titled “Competing in Space,” was created at the request of Air Force senior leaders to serve as a discussion tool for the public. The 25-page unclassified document uses a combination of images, assessments and projections to characterize the increasing threats to U.S. and allied use of space, and presents an outlook for the continued evolution of these trends.
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