Space Force preparing for the age of proliferated low Earth orbit satellite networks | News World

WASHINGTON — As the Pentagon moves forward with an ambitious plan to deploy hundreds of satellites in low Earth orbit for missile detection, tracking, and data transport, the Space Force has to prepare to integrate this new constellation into its operations, a senior official said July 8. 

This new constellation, known as the Proliferated Warfighter Space Architecture (PWSA), represents a paradigm shift in military space operations and is forcing the Space Force to rethink its structure and practices, said Lt. Gen. David Miller, head of the Space Force’s Space Operations Command.

Speaking at a Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies event. Miller said Space Force units will have to prepare for the age of proliferated low Earth orbit (PLEO) satellite networks. “This will be a change for space operations units,” Miller said “It’s a different mindset.” Proliferated networks are “not up there for 25 years, like we see with some of our legacy…


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