From the Eisenhower administration, through the Cold War, and into the modern era space has been a domain of competition and cooperation. How have strategies employed by the US changed and stayed the same over the decades? In what ways has the warfighter been integrated into that evolution? Join Dr Mick Gleason and Robin Dickey from Aerospace’s Center for Policy & Strategy for their historical overview of contested space strategy.
This episode is part of a CSPS series on Contested Space. This series will cover a range of foundational topics impacting the protection of the space domain in order to maintain freedom of action for all space actors.
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