The United States is ready for space warfare
Lieutenant General Jesse Moorehouse, Deputy Director of Strategy and Plans and Commander of the United States Space Command, said in a press conference in London that the US military is prepared to engage in orbits.
Moorehouse stated that the United States is ready to fight in space tonight if necessary.
He added that if anyone threatens the United States or any of our interests, even if they are our allies and partners with whom we have mutual defense treaties, we are ready for war tonight.
The United States Space Command was originally established in 1985 as the center for military space command and control.
It was dissolved in 2002 and later reintroduced in the Trump administration in 2019.
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