President Biden said that the United States is ready to engage with China “from a position of strength.”
September 2 marks the official end of the Second World War in the Pacific, and therefore the end of the global conflict.
The United States is the world’s single largest financial supporter of efforts to address landmines and unexploded ordnance, and to reduce the availability of loosely-secured, at risk weapons and munitions.
The Trump Administration and United States Congress are currently in discussions regarding a proposal to create and fund a service branch within the U.S. Air Force that would assist in deterring conflict in space.
International cooperation is a key component in the National Space Strategy.
The United States considers the private sector a vital partner in executing its National Space Strategy.
“We’ve renewed America’s commitment to human space exploration, vowing to go further into space, farther and faster than ever before.”
Today marks of one of the pinnacles of human achievement: fifty years ago, Apollo 11 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Collins were the first humans to land on the surface of the moon.
The first steps are being taken to establish a Space Force as the sixth branch of the American armed forces.
On a recent visit to Brazil, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis empasized the shared values of the “hemisphere's two largest democracies.”
The United States has raised concerns for many years that Russia is pursuing the development and deployment of anti-satellite weapons.
President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent statements on nuclear weapons development are irresponsible.