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Space Warfighting Analysis Center

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Space Warfighting Analysis Center
Founded~8 March 2021 (2021-03-08)
Country United States
Branch United States Space Force
TypeDirect reporting unit
HeadquartersWashington, D.C.
Commanders
DirectorAndrew D. Cox
Deputy DirectorBrig Gen Christopher Povak, USAF

The Space Warfighting Analysis Center (SWAC) is a direct reporting unit in the United States Space Force responsible for conducting analysis, modeling, wargaming, and experimentation to create operational concepts and force design guidance for the service. It is the Space Force's counterpart to the Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability and United States Army Futures Command.[1] It is headquartered at Washington, D.C..[2]

The establishment of SWAC was ordered by Chief of Space Operations John W. Raymond.[3] Originally planned as Space Warfighting Integration Center, Vice Chief of Space Operations David D. Thompson was tasked to focus with its establishment upon taking office.[1] Raymond approved the organizational design of SWAC on 8 March 2021.[4]

SWAC was criticized by the House Committee on Appropriations in a report as being duplicative of the Space Security and Defense Program (SSDP), refusing the $37 million budget request for the organization.[5] It is expected to complete its first architecture study, which focuses on missile warning, missile tracking, and missile defense architecture.[6]

List of directors

No. Director Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Term length
1Cox, Andrew D.Andrew D. Cox[7]~8 March 2021Incumbent~202 days

References

  1. ^ a b "First-ever Vice CSO joins U.S. Space Force". United States Space Force.
  2. ^ "BRIGADIER GENERAL CHRISTOPHER S. POVAK". www.af.mil.
  3. ^ https://media.defense.gov/2020/Nov/09/2002531998/-1/-1/0/CSO%20PLANNING%20GUIDANCE.PDF
  4. ^ "Space Force approves design for Space Warfighting Analysis Center | InsideDefense.com". insidedefense.com.
  5. ^ Macaulay, Catherine (13 July 2021). "HAC Excoriates DoD Failure To Reform Space Acquisition".
  6. ^ Hitchens, Theresa (28 July 2021). "Space Force Vice Argues Value Of Embattled Analysis Center".
  7. ^ "Space Force discussions with private sector on future space architecture to remain classified". SpaceNews. 22 September 2021.

See also

This page was last edited on 23 September 2021, at 09:02
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