Space Force defines “spacepower” in capstone doctrine

Space Force defines “spacepower” in capstone doctrine
In yet another step toward firmly establishing an independent identity from the other services, the U.S. Space Force has published a new document articulating “spacepower” as a separate and distinct form of military power.

The Space Capstone Publication is the Space Force’s first official doctrine, and it will serve as a foundation for further doctrines that will delve deeper into the thorny military issues confronting the nascent service. The document lays out when military spacepower should be employed, who makes up military space forces, and the culture those forces should strive for. Key to that culture is organizational agility, innovation, and boldness. 

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