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Space no longer ‘benign’ due to growing threats
Lt. Gen. James Dickinson, U.S. Space Command’s deputy commander, talks March 5 during an Association of the U.S. Army event on Army space and integrated air and missile defense in Arlington, Va. The lack of a visible threat makes some believe that adversaries haven't weaponized space and behaving like they do in other warfighting domains, the Army general said.

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U.S. Space Command Space Symposium 39 Video Opener
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U.S. Space Command opener video for Space Symposium 39.
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