Two months after Vice President Mike Pence expressed his intention to create a space army, the army is fighting to get there. This week, it was shown that the air force's internal estimate leaked to the press and costing about 13 billion dollars to create a space army. And the air force organization insists that we should not produce the power of the universe, but rather change the name of the Air Force.
Brian Weeden, a space expert at the Secure World Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to space security, says it is just the beginning of discussions on the progress with Space Force. The creation of a new branch of the army requires a complex bureaucratic rework. "Another, how can you make something that heals cards while doing what you really need," Weeden said.
The latest information of the space army this week and its meaning are as follows.
US Secretary of State Heather Wilson of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced on September 14 internal memos on Monday that the creation and unification directives of the space military would cost $ 3.3 billion in 2020. By Interior decoration Journalist Courtney Albon shows that more than 13,000 new staff and budget of $ 12.9 billion in 5 years are needed.
Making a separate branch of the army actually doing what the Pentagon actually does is a lot of money. The Department of Defense has launched numerous satellites for monitoring, missile detection and communication. And people overseeing these technologies are sp by the Air Force, the National Reconnaissance Bureau, the Department of Defense in the Navy. Perhaps the space army will place people involved in space flight on these branches on the central branch.
However, the leaked memo seems to call a new group …
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