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Over the past 50 years, space systems and technologies have increasingly become a critical part of our nation’s economic, scientific and national security capabilities. Without space systems, U.S. military forces have reduced operational effectiveness, policymakers cannot make informed decisions about the nation’s security and economy and civil financial and communications capabilities are degraded or disrupted. Our space capabilities are a source of national pride and an investment in the science and R&D needed to maintain U.S. global competitiveness.

RESEARCH PAPERS

REPORTS
Earth Observation Report

The Aerospace Industries Association takes great pride in our member companies’ work in support of the…

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The New American Space Age

Across the government and private sectors, more vehicles are now being built for human spaceflight than…

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Easing the Burden: Reducing the cost of national security space capabilities

For more than five decades, our national security space assets have grown tremendously more capable and…

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White Papers
Commercial Space Competitiveness - Strategy for the 21st Century

To become the commercial space leader, we must acknowledge the next generation of space innovation…

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Space Competitiveness Paper

To become the commercial space leader, we must acknowledge the next generation of space innovation…

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Global Positioning System Modernization

According to a 2011 economic study, 3.3 million U.S. jobs and $96 billion in annual…

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Councils and Committees

OUR TEAM

Frank Slazer

Vice President, Space Systems

Ashley Bander

Director, Space Systems

Miles Lifson

Manager, Team America Rocketry Challenge

Peggy Boyd

Administrative Assistant, Civil Aviation & Space Systems