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Lt. Gen. David Thompson, the vice commander of Air Force Space Command, said the fiscal 2020 budget will emphasize “same focus, and desire, and expectation” to fully fund space as the service’s fiscal 2019 budget did. Speaking at an AFA Mitchell Institute event on Friday, he also cautioned that operations can’t falter while the Pentagon begins creating US Space Command this year. Read the full story by Rachel S. Cohen.
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