Air Force Moving Forward With GPS III Launch Competition--With Or Without ULA

Host, Pat
October 2015
Defense Daily;10/8/2015, p7
Market Research Report
The article reports that the U.S. Air Force will conduct its first Global Positioning System (GPS) III launch competition despite the lack of participation from launch services provider United Launch Alliance (ULA).


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