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Netflix’s Space Force: Everything we know about Steve Carell’s new series

Netflix is taking workplace comedy out of this world for its new Space Force series starring Steve Carell.
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Netflix reveals release date and a new cast member for Space Force

The Steve Carell comedy is getting some added firepower from a Friends star
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Netflix reveals release date and cast for Space Force

The Steve Carell comedy is getting some added firepower from a Friends star
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Steve Carell's 'Space Force' Netflix show will blast off in May, lands big-name co-star

Steve Carell reunites with "The Office" creator Greg Daniels in "Space Force," inspired by President Trump. The show will premiere this spring.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Netflix’s Space Force Premiere Date & Photos Revealed

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Space Force: Filming begins on Steve Carell’s Netflix sitcom Netflix has revealed the Space Force premiere date and first look photos from Steve Carell’s new sitcom, his first since departing The Office. The series will premiere on the streaming service May 29. Check out the photos in the gallery below! RELATED: Atypical Season 3 First Look Photos Released by Netflix The streaming service gave Space Force a straight-to-series order, which is described as a workplace comedy...
Tags: Lisa Kudrow, TV, Movies, Nbc, Office, Netflix, TV News, Steve Carell, Trump, Golden Globe, Daniels, Carell, ComingSoon, Howard Klein, Space Force, Mark R Naird


Our First Look at Space Force, That Comedy About the Joke That Is the Real Space Force

Real life: Sometimes it’s stranger than science fiction. Even though we’re in the middle of a pandemic, Trump’s attempt to create a new branch of the military seems to still be underway. But until there are boots on the ground (of the moon), legitimacy is still a long way off. That is, unless you turn on Netflix.Read more...
Tags: Space, Comedy, Science, Netflix, John Malkovich, Streaming, Ben Schwartz, Donald Trump, Trump, Steve Carrell, Diana Silvers, Tawny Newsome, Space Force, Real Space Force


‘Space Force’ Premieres on Netflix in May, See the First Images From the New Steve Carell Comedy Series

Get ready to head to space…from the safety of your own home. Netflix’s Space Force, a new series co-created by The Office alumnus Steve Carell and Greg Daniels, takes one of the 10 bajillion stupid ideas from a certain someone who shall remain nameless, and turns it into comedy. Carell plays a general tasked with getting the newly created Space Force off the ground…and onto the moon. Netflix just announced a premiere date for the show, and released a slew of first-look images. In Space Force...
Tags: Images, Lisa Kudrow, Movies, Colorado, White House, Office, Netflix, Steve-Carell, Air Force, Mark, Daniels, Carell, US Armed Forces, Greg Daniels, Space Force, Mark R Naird Steve Carell


Lisa Kudrow Joins Steve Carell in ‘Space Force,’ Netflix Sets Premiere Date

“Space Force,” Greg Daniels and Steve Carell’s new workplace comedy, will launch May 29 on Netflix with Lisa Kudrow set to play a recurring role in the series, the streamer announced Wednesday. “Space Force” centers on Mark R. Naird (Carell), a four-star general and decorated pilot who dreams of running the Air Force but instead […]
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The US Space Force’s Space Fence orbital tracking system is officially operational

The U.S. Space Force is a relatively young arm of the U.S. armed forces, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t already operating assets. The USSF announced late last week that its Space Fence radar system is now officially operational, for instance. First: Yes, it is actually called that. Second, the Space Fence is actually a radar system that aims to provide advanced tracking of on-orbit objects, including, but not limited to, commercial and military satellites. The Space Fence ground infrastructure i...
Tags: TC, Space, Tech, Earth, Military, United States, Satellite, Lockheed Martin, Aerospace, Marshall Islands, Space Debris, Marshall, Outer Space, USSF, Space Force, U S Space Force


After 5 Years of Construction, 'Space Fence' Finally Declared Operational (slashdot)

An anonymous reader quotes Space News: The space surveillance radar site known as the Space Fence is ready for use after five years in construction, the U.S. Space Force announced March 27. The $1.5 billion Space Fence — located on Kwajalein Island in the Republic of the Marshall Islands — is a ground-based radar system that tracks satellites and space debris primarily in low Earth orbit... The Space Fence can track tiny objects as small as a marble. It also provides a search capability for ob...
Tags: News, Republic of the Marshall Islands, John Raymond, EditorDavid, Kwajalein Island, Space Force, U S Space Force, Space Fence


US Space Force Successfully Launches First Mission (slashdot)

schwit1 shares a report from UPI: The first official mission for the new U.S. Space Force lifted off from Florida at 4:18 p.m. EDT on Thursday into a virtually cloudless sky with a military communications satellite aboard. A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket emblazoned with the Space Force chevron logo carried the satellite toward orbit from Cape Canaveral Air Force Stations Complex 41. The payload on board is the sixth in a constellation of next-generation satellites known as Advanced Ex...
Tags: Florida, News, Australia, US, Canada, Lockheed Martin, Lockheed, UPI, Northrop Grumman, BeauHD, Netherlands United Kingdom, Space Force, U S Space Force, Cape Canaveral Air Force Stations Complex


After 5 Years of Construction, 'Space Fence' Finally Declared Operational

An anonymous reader quotes Space News: The space surveillance radar site known as the Space Fence is ready for use after five years in construction, the U.S. Space Force announced March 27. The $1.5 billion Space Fence — located on Kwajalein Island in the Republic of the Marshall Islands — is a ground-based radar system that tracks satellites and space debris primarily in low Earth orbit... The Space Fence can track tiny objects as small as a marble. It also provides a search capability for ob...
Tags: Tech, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Kwajalein Island, Space Force, U S Space Force, Space Fence, John Raymond Read


US Space Force Successfully Launches First Mission

schwit1 shares a report from UPI: The first official mission for the new U.S. Space Force lifted off from Florida at 4:18 p.m. EDT on Thursday into a virtually cloudless sky with a military communications satellite aboard. A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket emblazoned with the Space Force chevron logo carried the satellite toward orbit from Cape Canaveral Air Force Stations Complex 41. The payload on board is the sixth in a constellation of next-generation satellites known as Advanced Ex...
Tags: Florida, Australia, US, Tech, Canada, Lockheed Martin, Lockheed, UPI, Northrop Grumman, Netherlands United Kingdom, Space Force, U S Space Force, Cape Canaveral Air Force Stations Complex


ULA successfully launches first U.S. Space Force payload

The United Launch Alliance (ULA) has completed its 134th successful launch, continuing its perfect track record with a mission today for the U.S. Space Force. This is the first ever dedicated mission for the Space Force, a new branch of the U.S. armed forces dedicated to the defense and protection of America’s strategic assets in space. The payload today was the sixth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite that has been deployed for U.S. defense customers, though the original five...
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ULA successfully launches first US Space Force payload

The United Launch Alliance (ULA) has completed its 134th successful launch, continuing its perfect track record with a mission today for the U.S. Space Force. This is the first-ever dedicated mission for the Space Force, a new branch of the U.S. armed forces dedicated to the defense and protection of America’s strategic assets in space. The payload today was the sixth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite that has been deployed for U.S. defense customers, though the original five...
Tags: TC, Space, Cdc, America, Tech, Earth, United States, Telecommunications, Spaceflight, Ula, Aerospace, Boeing, United Launch Alliance, Tory Bruno, United Launch Alliance ULA, Space Force


Space Force to Get the Hell Off of Earth

The U.S. Space Force is scheduled to launch its first mission to space in a two-hour window beginning at 2:57 p.m. ET on Thursday from Cape Canaveral, sending a communications satellite into orbit aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket.Read more...
Tags: Space, Science, Technology, Earth, Military, US military, Satellites, Spaceflight, Ula, United Launch Alliance, Cape Canaveral, Space Force, U S Space Force, Atlas V


Digital Trends Live: Tech vs. coronavirus, hospitals and VR, throttling Netflix

On this Digital Trends Live, we discuss the top tech topics of the day, including hospitals turning to VR.
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U.S. Space Force first launch: How to watch live

Watch it happen live beginning at 11:57 a.m. PT today
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Emerging Tech, USSF, How To Watch, Space Force, U S Space Force


‘It’s Unprecedented’: COVID-19 Begins To Take A Toll On US Military

WASHINGTON (AP) — The coronavirus is taking a growing toll on the U.S. military, and commanders and senior officials are bracing for worse. From nuclear missile fields at home to war zones abroad, from flight lines to ships at sea, the Pentagon is striving to shield vital missions even as it faces urgent calls for help on the civilian front. Training exercises big and small, including one of the largest in Europe since the end of the Cold War, have been curtailed. Army recruiting stations have c...
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Watch ULA’s first dedicated rocket launch for the U.S. Space Force live

The United Launch Alliance (ULA) has a mission today, launching a specialized secure communications satellite for the U.S. Space Force. That’s the new space-focused arm of the U.S. military that was officially formed last year, in response to what the administration has characterized as a growing need to ensure America’s assets in space are properly defended. The launch today is set to take off from Cape Canaveral in Florida, with a lift-off time set for 2:57 PM EDT (11:57 AM PDT). The roc...
Tags: TC, Space, Florida, America, Tech, Atlas, United States, Telecommunications, Lockheed Martin, Spaceflight, Ula, Aerospace, Boeing, United Launch Alliance, Cape Canaveral, U.S. Air Force


Great Power Competition

The Air Force is changing. Air Force senior leaders are aware of the need to not only adapt, but retain the service’s competitive edge over our enemies. “All of us have to come together to understand the threat and be clear-eyed on the competition that we face,” said Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Stephen Wilson. “A changing world environment, strategic competition and peer competitors are the catalysts that make this change so immediately important.” ...
Tags: Space, Defense, Department Of Defense, Military, Gps, Nuclear, Air Force, Afa, Control, Wilson, Orlando Fla, Barrett, U S Air Force, United States Air Force, Stephen Wilson, Agile


Space Force gets its first weapon: a satellite jammer

The United States Space Force recently got its first real weapon, a satellite communications jammer. The device was previously used by the Air Force. While seemingly mundane, the jammer will serve a very real purpose on the battlefield. The United States Space Force has just gotten its first offensive weapon, a satellite jammer. While it might not be the kind of weapon that most people would have expected a space force to start with, the potential applications of the device will undoubtedly play...
Tags: Space, Technology, Russia, Military, Innovation, Telecom, Air Force, CCS, KU, United States Air Force, Space Force, United States Space Force, Maj Seth Horner


Launches from Europe’s spaceport are suspended in light of COVID-19

Despite indications just a few days ago that launches as soon as later this month were on track as planned, Arianespace announced on Monday that they made the tough call to suspend operations at the Guiana Space Center, Europe’s spaceport located in French Guiana. This includes suspending any launch campaigns currently on the calendar in the immediate future, like the Vega rocket mission carrying multiple satellites set for March 24 and the Soyuz rocket Falcon Eye mission set for April 14. Arian...
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Space Force needs to prepare for a new Cold War in Earth’s orbit

Are U.S. space assets at risk from enemy hunter-killer satellites? One ex-Air Force general thinks so.
Tags: Space, Trends, Earth, Features, Satellites, Air Force, Emerging Tech, Space Force


Experts say Space Force is a vital, massive shift for US military

Despite the many jokes made at the expense of the first new U.S. military branch in nearly 80 years, industry experts say the Space Force represents a massive — and strategically significant — shift for America’s defense. Many of modern life’s conveniences depend on the ability to consistently and securely access information provided by thousands of satellites currently orbiting the earth. That ability is now clearly threatened, according to experts from companies like Virgin Galactic, The Aeros...
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Managing the Future Talent

Lt. Gen. Brian T. Kelly is the deputy chief of staff for manpower, personnel and services, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia. He serves as the senior Air Force officer responsible for comprehensive plans and policies covering all life cycles of military and civilian personnel management, which includes military and civilian end strength management, education and training, compensation, resource allocation and the worldwide U.S. Air Force services program. During a...
Tags: Google, Leadership, Uncategorized, People, Military, United States, Air Force, Emotional Intelligence, Hunter, Kelly, U S Air Force, United States Air Force, White Sands Missile Range New Mexico, Talent Management, Personnel, Air University


Arming The Space Force: Choosing The Official Space Gun, PART 2

Arming the Space Force, the sixth and newest branch of the United States Armed Forces will be an interesting endeavor when it comes to small arms. Naturally, any conventional weapon will be at the Space Force’s disposal while on Earth, but space brings a whole host of issues and challenges when it comes to firing […] Read More … The post Arming The Space Force: Choosing The Official Space Gun, PART 2 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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What the Trump Defense Budget Gets Wrong About the Future of War

The massive 2021 Department of Defense budget that the White House sent to Congress clocks in at $740.5 billion, with $705.4 billion earmarked for the Pentagon – the remainder to the Department of Energy and other government agencies for national security projects. As always, the preparation of the request to Congress was a long and tortuous project, spearheaded by the Secretary of Defense and his team through an interminable series of reviews. Each of the services fought hard for its share...
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U.S. calls Russian satellites' activity "unusual and disturbing"

The commander of America's new Space Force says, in any other "domain," it "would be interpreted as potentially threatening behavior."
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100 U.S. Soldiers to Transfer into Space Force in 2021

The Army is the first branch outside the Air Force to announce initial plans regarding the new branch of service.
Tags: Defense, Army, Air Force, Space Force