Tag Archives: David Thompson

In the News: Maj. Gen. David D. Thompson

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“Our strategic competitors are actively threatening our space capabilities and we must be ready.” -@AFSpace, April 4, 2017 Space superiority, with little to no certainty, is a war-fighting domain–not because we want it to be but because our enemies are seeking to conquer, not come together. Before the 1967 Outer …

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C. Dabney O’Riordan Appointed Co-Chief of SEC Asset Management Unit

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C. Dabney O’Riordan — an associate regional director at the Securities and Exchange Commission‘s Los Angeles Regional Office — has been appointed as co-chief of the asset management unit within SEC’s division of enforcement. SEC said Tuesday O’Riordan will work alongside co-chief Anthony Kelly to lead the unit’s mission to apprehend misconduct of investment advisers, investment …

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David Thompson: Adversaries Aware of US’ Space, Cyberspace Dependence

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Maj. Gen. David Thompson, vice commander for Air Force Space Command, has discussed the growing role of space and cyberspace in military operations with Air Force Times in an interview published Saturday. Thompson told Air Force Times’ Phillip Swarts that potential adversaries are aware of how much the U.S. armed forces missions rely on space and cyberspace. “Those same …

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Maj. Gen. David Thompson: DoD Space Object Tracking Website Forecasts Movements

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Air Force Maj. Gen. David Thompson, plans and policy director at the U.S. Strategic Command, has outlined the new information features of a Defense Department website that are designed to track so-called “objects of unknown origin.” Amaani Lyle reported Monday for DoD News that Space-Track.org includes information on the location of space debris to help satellite owners …

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