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Over the course of a matter of days, events unfolded that portend big changes for the future of U.S. national security and space, particularly how the defense and intelligence community launch the satellites that are a staple of operations worldwide.
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We hope you will join us for this in depth look into the current state of Egypt, the challenges the nation faces, and the future outlook for its government and people. Check out our new website - www.usa-egypt.org
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Yesterday evening, ASP CEO, Stephen Cheney, and Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate, Andrew Holland, were interviewed for Chicago Tonight as part of our nationwide tour on climate change and national security.Read more »
According to Fox News’s James Rosen, a top Russian official is still benefiting from a DoD contract that supplies the U.S. Air Force with RD-180 engines for its EELV Space Launch Program, despite White House sanctions in regard to the Ukraine crisis.Read more »
On Wednesday April 23rd, the American Security Project, in conjunction with The Weather Channel, hosted an event on the Hill about Weather, Climate, and National Security. The discussion on these issues was led by Mr. Bryan Norcross, Senior Hurricane Specialist for The Weather Channel, and Brigadier General Stephen A. Cheney, USMC (Ret), CEO of ASP.
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