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TAG: U.S. Space Force

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SpaceX launches GPS satellite to provide PNT services

June 18, 2021

GPS III SV05 is encapsulated within a SpaceX payload fairing at Astrotech Space Operations Florida in preparation for its June 17 launch. (Photo: Lockheed Martin)

GPS III SV-05 encapsulated ahead of June 17 launch

June 11, 2021

An Airman with the 374th Security Forces Squadron uses a Defense Advanced GPS Receiver (DAGR) to track the team’s current during a 2018 field training exercise at Camp Fuji, Japan. (Photo: Senior Airman Matthew Gilmore/U.S. Air Force)

BAE Systems to develop advanced GPS chips for warfighters

February 24, 2021

GPS IIIF’s M-Code can be broadcast from a high-gain directional antenna in a concentrated, high-powered spot beam, in addition to a wide-angle, full-Earth antenna. (Artist rendering: Lockheed Martin)

L3Harris contracted for GPS III Follow-On payloads

February 23, 2021

The official Space Force emblem was unveiled on Jan. 24. (Logo: United States Space Force)

US ally receiving modern military GPS user equipment

January 6, 2021

From his side window, a crew chief relays vital position information back to the CH-47 Chinook pilot as paratroopers hook their pallet of equipment to the underside of the helicopter during sling load and air operations training. (Photo: U.S. Army/Maj. Robert Fellingham)

GPS military code receives operational acceptance for early use

December 7, 2020

The U.S. Air Force’s Lockheed Martin-built next generation GPS III satellite on orbit. Rendering portrays GPS III Space Vehicles (SVs) 01-10. (Artist's Rendering: Lockheed Martin)

GPS satellite SVN-77/GPS III SV04 set healthy for use

December 3, 2020

A Falcon 9 carrying GPS III SV04 lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, Nov 5. (Photo: SpaceX via USAF)

GPS III SV04 receives operational acceptance, 1 more needed for M-code

December 2, 2020