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Budgets | Forces - Strategic | Project Failures | Satellites & Sensors | Scandals & Investigations | Space | USA

U.S. Satellite Program Delays & Costs Defended, Criticized

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Despite a number of delays and cost overruns in programs like SBIRS High and AEHF Milstar 3, Air Force officials at the 21st National Space Symposium on April 5, 2005 said the Pentagon's acquisition system for buying high-tech military satellites and launch vehicles is not broken. The reasons for these delays and cost overruns involves....

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