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Inmarsat SVP Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch Underscores Communication’s Role in Military Missions

Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 26, 2018 — Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president of government strategy and policy for Inmarsat Government,  highlighted at the Satellite 2018 conference that communication is the “ultimate force multiplier” as it supports all missions that take place in the U.S. military, ExecutiveBiz reported.

National Defense Magazine reported that Cowen-Hirsch remarked during a panel discussion that the U.S. Air Force has not yet proposed a new satellite communications architecture since it canceled the Transformational-Satellite program in 2009, which was intended to be the military’s fleet of high-throughput communications spacecraft.

“We have had nearly a generation of ad hoc hybrid partnerships … between the commercial satellite communication industry and the U.S. military in particular,” she added.

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