Space Systems Command Gearing Up for Space Symposium Networking

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  • By Sarah McNulty, SSC Public Affairs
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Space Systems Command (SSC) will be presenting and exhibiting at the 38th annual Space Symposium April 17-20 in Colorado Springs, CO. SSC will exhibit alongside its U.S. Space Force sister field commands Space Operations Command (SpOC) and Space Training and Readiness Command (STARCOM) in a shared booth numbered 106-110.
Registered attendees are invited to visit the Space Force field command booth to meet representatives from each command, attend in-person presentations, speak with subject matter experts, network and learn about SSC’s, SpOC’s and STARCOM’s ongoing commitments to space defense.
SSC will also be seeking candidates for prospective future partnerships at the event. Collaboration between government, industry and academia is more critical than ever to keep the nation at the forefront of developing cutting-edge technology and strategies for robust and secure space infrastructure and capabilities. This is a prime opportunity for those who are innovating in the space domain landscape and wish to share ideas. SSC recognizes the value of collaboration and prioritizes innovative partnerships harnessed through its Front Door, Space Enterprise Consortium, SpaceWerx and other government agency innovation hubs.
To help aid guests in planning their visit, SSC has released a dedicated page on its website sharing all the information needed for registered attendees to coordinate their participation in SSC presentations, networking opportunities and more.
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