Despite Budget Uncertainty, Air Force Brass Says Space Programs 'In Good Position'

Host, Pat
April 2013
Defense Daily;4/15/2013, Vol. 258 Issue 12, p6
Market Research Report
The article offers information on the status of the space programs of the U.S. According to the Air Force Deputy Under Secretary for Space Richard McKinney, the country's space programs are in fine position despite uncertainty of budgets and the probable sequestration cuts.Air Force Acting Under Secretary Jamie Morin said that despite the better position of the space programs, it is not protected against challenges.


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