Gen. Bill Liquori announced during the Defense News Conference Sept. 9, The
U.S. Space Force is developing a new strategy to improve satellite
communications and services.
strategy is similar to the one followed by the Enterprise SATCOM Vision released
by space in February.
the Space Force's deputy chief of space operations for strategy, plans,
programs, requirements, and analysis, said, "At the end of the day, anyone
who's using satellite communications doesn't care where that information comes
want to know that when they need to use their radio, they can use it, and if
somebody is trying to counter them using that radio, that they can pivot to an
alternative communications mechanism because what they care about is getting
their message across."
service will include certain aspects of the Enterprise SATCOM Vision releasing
in the fiscal 2021 budget.
explained that more steps would be taken in the fiscal 2022 budget.
further explained, "The '22 budget is now the next step if you will, and
we've continued to lay in both budget line items for being able to maintain a
common operating picture of our SATCOM links in theater as well as continuing
are certain inputs there for Protected Tactical Waveforms so that we can do
protected communications with more than just our traditional military
purpose-built systems, but ideally to use that waveform on other systems as
they are coming up with a strategy that will govern how the Enterprise SATCOM
Vision is implemented.
'22 budget submission is big for any service," "We're working on an Enterprise SATCOM
strategy that will follow from the vision document if you will."