U.S. Space Force to Fight Extraterrestrial Wars

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  1. wwkirk

    wwkirk Celestial

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    This would be really cool if it could be believed.
     
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  2. humanoidlord

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    the naval space command exists since the 60's, NORAD could also be called a proto-space force
     
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  3. Toroid

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    There's been no recent mention of what companies would receive contracts to build spacecraft implying they already exist.
     
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  4. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    I do not believe there is a Space Fleet, but it is very possible we have a few space faring crafts. As a possible result of recovered hardware, joint ET/human ventures and monies set aside for Black Projects not to mention a possible joint effort with other countries as well. And if artificial wormholes can be opened up...we could go almost anywhere almost instantly.
    Time will be the teller.....
     
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  5. nivek

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    So it begins...or did we already have a secret space force and this is just for posterity to make it public officially?...

    President Trump Signs Directive to Create a Military Space Force

    The Space Force just took a big step from sci-fi-sounding dream toward reality.

    President Donald Trump signed Space Policy Directive-4 (SPD-4) today (Feb. 19), ordering the Pentagon to establish the Space Force as the sixth branch of the United States military, to go along with the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard.

    But the Space Force still has a big hoop to jump through: Congress must approve the creation of any new military branch.

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  6. nivek

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    United States Space Command Commander Nominated
    By Defense.gov, Air Force Space Command Public Affairs / Published March 26, 2019

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    Official portrait of Air Force Gen. John W. "Jay" Raymond, for his position as commander, Air Force Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., taken Oct. 14, 2016. U.S. Air Force photo/Scott M. Ash

    PETERSON AIR FORE BASE, Colo. --
    The President has nominated to the Senate Gen John W. "Jay" Raymond as the Commander, United States Space Command (USSPACECOM).

    If confirmed, Raymond will lead the soon-to-be established USSPACECOM, which will focus on conducting all joint space warfighting operations, and ensuring the combat readiness of global forces.

    Establishing USSPACECOM is a critical step that underscores the importance of the space domain and its strategic contributions to U.S. national security. The USSPACECOM establishment will accelerate our space capabilities to address the rapidly evolving threats to U.S. space systems, and the importance of deterring potential adversaries from putting critical U.S. space systems at risk.

    If confirmed, and upon establishment of USSPACECOM, Raymond will remain dual-hatted as Commander, Air Force Space Command, Peterson AFB, CO.

    Further information on the establishment of USSPACECOM will be provided when an establishment date has been determined.


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  7. nivek

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    Space Force classified aspects - Senate Hearing April 11, 2019

     
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  8. Standingstones

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    Let’s try and remember, we now know that 21 Trillion dollars (with a “T”) is missing, misappropriated, whatever words you wish to use. Undoubtably, much of that has found its way to military black budgets. If you think that the government/military isn’t pushing for space warfare/platforms, you are sadly deceiving yourselves.

    I frankly don’t believe anything a government official would say about a space fleet. I am in the camp that believes we have developed technology that most people could not wrap our heads around. 21 Trillion goes a long way towards sci fi weaponry and technology.
     
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  9. nivek

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    I tend to agree, the government likely has some advanced tech we do not even know about, perhaps even the military or NASA has advanced space craft we know nothing about...I don't think it goes as far as what Corey Goode solicits in his stories, I seriously doubt we have any boots on Mars...

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  10. Toroid

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  11. wwkirk

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    Nor time travel...
     
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  12. pigfarmer

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    Like tic-tacs?

    I tend to believe the same thing myself
     
  13. pigfarmer

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    Bugs, Mr. Rico. Zillions of em!

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  14. wwkirk

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    Although it's a cliché, the book was better than the movie.
     
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  15. nivek

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    Nah, personally I wouldn't give us credit for the tic tac, to me that one is out of our league to build...

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  16. pigfarmer

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    Seems that way but I wouldn't entirely discount it. What was that study group from the '70s that Greenewald mentioned that was studying concepts for 30+ years in the future? Seems much the same as that list of contract 'deliverables' for AATIP.

    What if one or more of those went beyond a simple study?

    A new form of propulsion would be something that various agencies would be more than a little interested in and I'd find it surprising that some investment hadn't already been made.
     
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  17. nivek

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    I meant 'I' not 'u' in my last post, I corrected the typo lol...I suppose its possible our military could have a tic tac, especially if they were to retrieve some knowledge from a downed UFO years before, some sort of knowledge that would have advanced the technology in a short time, all the while keeping it secret from the public...I can see a possibility in that scenario...

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  18. spacecase0

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    I doubt they would have people on mars,
    why would they if they can get there from here in just a few min.
    super fast travel would make remote bases totally pointless.
     
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  19. pigfarmer

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    Considering how dependent we've become on satellite communications it isn't a stretch to say we have capabilities that we don't talk about, in Earth orbit anyway. First Rule of Fight Club is that we don't talk about Fight Club.

    Amateurs talk tactics professionals talk logistics. Establishing this new command is probably not all that much different than the Marines or Air Force. An organization with a specific mission statement that's become big enough to make it's own logistical trail a practical step. It just sounds a bit silly to the ear.

    But no, I do not think this encompasses boots on Mars, time portals or the like.
     
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  20. Kchoo

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    If the Space Force is needed, they will be there.

    The Moon, Mars, wherever they are needed.

    The Space Force Wants You!

    But seriously... it is about satellites right now.
    It is about global power in the long run.
    And it is about BIG money and new toys.

    I don’t have a problem with it.

    Space Force One should be interesting...
     
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