U.S., Australia partner on satellite launch

08/7/2013 | Reuters

A rocket carrying a communications satellite for the U.S. military and its partners lifted off Wednesday evening at Cape Canaveral, Fla. The Delta 4 rocket and launch were paid for by Australia, which will use a percentage of the satellite's network though 2029. "This sharing of resources is very consistent with what the Department of Defense wants to do to form stronger coalitions with our allied partnerships, to share costs of operations," said Dave Madden, director of military satellite communications at the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center.

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