24 mars 2023 | International, Autre défense

US Space Force asks Congress for classified funding boost in wish list

Beyond the classified efforts, the service requests $43 million for its Defensive Cyber Operations for Space program.

https://www.c4isrnet.com/battlefield-tech/space/2023/03/24/space-force-asks-congress-for-classified-funding-boost-in-wish-list/

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