United States Loses First Global Space War to Russians (Mr. Paul Szymanski)

November 6, 2021 @ 10:00 am 11:50 am PDT

(November 6) United States Loses First Global Space War to Russians, by Mr. Paul Szymanski

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AIAA LA-LV 11/6 Section (Town Hall) e-Meeting (on Zoom)

Saturday, November 6, 2021, 10 AM PDT (US/Canada)

United States Loses First Global Space War to Russians

What is Space War? How to Fight and Win the Next Space War?


Mr. Paul Szymanski

Outer Space Warfare Noted Author and Speaker, Space Strategies Center;

Space Control Consultant


The importance of outer space satellites and their supporting systems cannot be overstated. Their use in the military, civil and commercial world to provide communications, weather, navigation, timing, imagery and Earth resources monitoring provides major advantages to those who employ the information generated by these systems. However, due to the global reach of these space systems, advantages are provided to both friendly and adversary militaries. Beginning with the use of space systems to support military operations during the Arab-Israeli conflicts, and in Desert Storm, both major and minor players are considering how denial of space capabilities of their adversaries will be a force multiplier on terrestrial battlefields.

Based on mathematical/geometric analysis, it is now possible to verify United States attacks on 8 different Russian satellites. It appears that the United States and Russia have been at war in outer space in 2014, due to the Ukrainian conflict. It is my current assessment that the United States has lost this first-ever space war between major countries, due to Russian asymmetrical economic attacks on the US banking system.


Mr. Paul Szymanski

Mr. PaulSzymanski has 47 years’ experience in missile and space warfare policy, strategy, simulations, surveillance, resilience, threat assessment, long-range strategic planning, and command and control. In addition, he has a comprehensive experience base, having worked with multiple services (Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines), civilian agencies (NASA, DARPA, FEMA), and from the Pentagon (Secretary of the Air Force) to systems development (Space and Missile Systems Center – SMC, now Space Systems Command), technology development (Air Force Research Lab) to operational field test (China Lake Naval Test Center). This gives him a unique perspective in understanding divergent issues associated with each step of DOD procurement processes.


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November 6, 2021
10:00 am – 11:50 am PDT
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