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U.S., coalition nations form Wideband Global Satellite partnership January 18, 2012 — Senior defense officials from six countries announced a multilateral partnership in wideband global satellite communication, which is valued at more than $10 billion, Jan. 17 here. MORE

Defense, State Agree to Pursue Conduct Code for Outer Space January 18, 2012 — The departments of Defense and State have agreed an international code of conduct should govern activities in outer space, and officials announced plans to work with the European Union to develop it. MORE

Information Assurance: Defending Cyberspace January 13, 2012 — Today, as never before, Department of Defense networks and the personnel who maintain them are being tested to the very limits of their ability to deflect assault. Attackers all over the world are utilizing every conceivable method to gain access to our critical systems and introduce malicious code to exploit or destroy our assets. MORE

DOD Leaders: U.S. Will Remain World's Strongest Military January 8, 2012 — The Defense Department's new, 10-year strategy will ensure the United States remains the world's strongest military power, DOD leaders emphasized in weekend interviews. MORE

Obama: Defense Strategy Will Maintain U.S. Military Pre-eminence January 5, 2012 — President Barack Obama today announced a defense strategy he said will allow the military to defend the United States and its national interests while cutting military spending in a responsible, balanced manner. MORE

Sailor shares recipe for success with high school students December 14, 2011 — Students at Bellevue West High School's culinary class received some food for thought after a Sailor shared his success story as a servicemember and personal chef to one of U.S. Strategic Command's top leaders Dec. 12. MORE

Airman brings space to ground forces December 7, 2011 — Satellite communications and Global Positioning Systems are common battlefield tools for U.S. and coalition forces in today's overseas contingency operations. MORE

Volunteerism benefits community, builds camaraderie November 29, 2011 — Some servicemembers work hard building structures with loud rattling power tools, others deliver home-cooked meals to elderly strangers who could use a helping hand, while others choose to mentor impressionable youth who need strong role models to look up to. MORE

Cyber, space symposium academic sessions engage younger generations November 23, 2011 — The 2011 U.S. Strategic Command Cyber and Space Symposium welcomed approximately 150 students and teachers from Nebraska and Iowa area high schools who participated in cyber and space related academic sessions Nov. 16 and 17. MORE

Cyber and Space Symposium explores challenges, opportunities November 21, 2011 — The 2011 U.S. Strategic Command Cyber and Space Symposium kicked off Nov. 15 at the CenturyLink Center in downtown Omaha with discussions highlighting the evolving nature of cyber and space capabilities and the rippling effects of their technological advancement through military, industrial and domestic applications. MORE

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