We are now in the first stages of development of an Orbital Test Vehicle by the Air Force. They only revealed few details about the OTV mission. There has been a suggestion it could be part of a push for a US Space Force.
With the new anti Gravity Technology, the U.S. can be more than prepared to dominate Chinese space-based radar, and neutralize the A2/AD Chinese strategy and undermine the Chinese system in the Pacific. It is important that the U.S. seriously consider both these flying anti gravity aircraft carrier technologies that has access to space and capabilities to develop anti-satellite weapons to remove this threat, but also to think very hard about the policy issues about whether we want to wage war in space, whether we want to pursue weapons in orbit. The conventional wisdom of the U.S. for a long time is that space is a unilateral U.S. advantage and if we could somehow make space a demilitarized zone that this could benefit the U.S. In the emerging world of potentially very-long reach Chinese A2/AD, that older assumption that space is a unilateral U.S.-advantage is subject to serious challenge. If China has military access to space, the military prognosis in the Western Pacific could be radically different.
China's 'black box' space station is built behind an 8ft fence in Argentina and shrouded in secrecy amid fears Beijing is using it to 'militarize' space
- The remote Chinese space station is surrounded by eight-foot barbed wire fence
- Station played 'key role' in landing of a spacecraft on the dark side of the moon
- However, there are fears over the true aims behind the station, built in Patagonia
- United States worried about what it sees as China's strategy to 'militarise' space