Army Approves Plans to Use Satellites for Tactical Surveillance

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One of the desired capa­bil­i­ties for the tac­ti­cal space lay­er is posi­tion­ing, nav­i­ga­tion and timing.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Army lead­ers have signed off on plans to explore the use of satel­lites in low Earth orbit to give sol­diers ded­i­cat­ed sur­veil­lance, nav­i­ga­tion and imag­ing capabilities.
The Army’s effort is called “tac­ti­cal space lay­er” and is led by the U.S. Army’s Futures Com­mand, based in Austin, Texas.
The Futures Com­mand in an April 19 news release said it was giv­en approval for “rapid exper­i­men­ta­tion and pro­to­typ­ing efforts for tac­ti­cal space-based sen­sors with sup­port­ing ground-based equipment.”
One of the desired capabilities …

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