Lt. Gen. Stephen N. Whiting on Posturing U.S. Space Operations for a Warfighting Advantage
It is arguably one the most significant transformative periods in national security space history,1 affecting all aspects of space organization, capabilities, operations, readiness, training, and culture. Space Operations Command (SpOC) – which will mark two years as part of the U.S. Space Force this month – is an essential part of that transformation. As a field command of the U.S. Space Force and service component to U.S. Space Command, SpOC is responsible for the generation, presentation, and sustainment of combat-ready intelligence, cyber, space, and combat support forces.
Please join the CSIS Aerospace Security Project virtually on Friday, October 14 at 12:30 p.m. ET for a conversation between Lieutenant General Stephen N. Whiting, Commander of Space Operations Command, and CSIS’s Kari Bingen, on the changing space operating environment and how SpOC is postured to maintain a warfighting advantage in space and for the joint force.
This event is made possible by general support to CSIS.