The US military has for years enjoyed a broad technological edge over its adversaries, dominating foes with superior communications and cyber capabilities.
Now, thanks to rapid advances by Russia and China, the gap has shrunk, and the Pentagon is looking at how a future conflict with a “near-peer” competitor might play out.
Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson recently warned that both Russia and China are experimenting with ways to take out the US military’s satellites, which form the backbone of America’s warfighting machine.
“They know that we are dominant in space, that every mission …read more
Via:: Security Week