Recent News: The United States Space Force started its first national security mission on March 26, 2020, sending an exceptionally secure military interchanges satellite into space. The satellite was propelled from Cape Canaveral, Florida on an Atlas V551 rocket.
The mission includes the AEHF-6 (Advanced Very High Frequency) communication satellite.
It was the sixth and final satellite of the AEHF Planetarium that provides secure, jam-proof voice and data communications to US national leadership, military forces, and global accomplices Canada, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and Australia. These six satellites were built by Lockheed Martin. AEHF satellites can handle 10 times more data than older Milstar relay stations and feature advanced encryption technology.
- This will be the 6th support after the Army, Navy, Navy Corps, Coast Guard, and Air Force.
- The space power will comprise of three units.
- The space order will be headed by the most senior general to direct the tasks of the war order.
- The Space Development Agency will embrace the distinguishing proof and improvement of new advancements.
- The Space Operations Force is the third unit, shaped dependent on the mastery of pioneers and warriors.
- The framework has a low probability of encryption, interception & detection, and is fit for infiltrating electromagnetic impedance brought about by jammer-safe and atomic weapons.
- The satellite would give a worldwide, communications, secured interchanges ability for strategic, order and strategic fighting working ashore, maritime and flying stages.
- It will likewise fill in as the lifesaver of the US military power in the atomic war.
- Senior authority is intended to convey a living line of communication to military powers in all degrees of contention, including the atomic war.