AEther; A Journal of Strategic Airpower & Spacepower, Winter 2022 Vol. 1, NO. 4
Maxwell AFB, Alabama: United States Air Force, Air University, 2022. Presumed First Edition, First printing this issue. Wraps. 120 pages, plus covers. Illustrations. Footnotes. This is a Special Issue on International Space Policy. This special edition includes People's Liberation Army Logic of Preemption in Space, Article IX, International Space Collaboration, National Space Policy, Operational Considerations, Geosynchronous Orbit, Network Utilization, Logistics Architecture, Rendezvous and Proximity Operations. Laura M. Thurston Goodroe, DLS is the Editor of Æther: A Journal of Strategic Airpower & Spacepower and Air & Space Operations Review. She has nineteen years’ experience soliciting, researching, organizing, developing, finalizing, presenting, and supervising military, legislative, and intelligence products. Team leader and multi-domain professional with experience as a senior editor for US Air Force and US Army presses; combatant command long-range planner; regional and threat analyst; editor for a government agency; and editor, op-ed writer, speechwriter, and policy analyst for a U.S. Senator. Æther: A Journal of Strategic Airpower & Spacepower (Æther) is the flagship strategic journal of the Department of the Air Force, fostering intellectual enrichment for national and international security professionals. Æther provides a forum for critically examining, informing, and debating national and international security matters as they relate to airpower and spacepower. Contributions to Æther will explore issues relevant to national and international security as they relate to national and international airpower and spacepower. Air University is a professional military education university system of the United States Air Force. It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award master's degrees. Condition: Very good.
Keywords: People's Liberation Army, Preemption in Space, Article IX, International Space Collaboration, National Space Policy, Operational Considerations, Geosynchronous Orbit, Network Utilization, Logistics Architecture, Rendezvous and Proximity Operations, R