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SpaceX to launch next X-37B mission for USAF

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Old June 7th 17, 01:21 PM posted to sci.space.policy
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Default SpaceX to launch next X-37B mission for USAF

SpaceX Falcon 9 To Launch Next X-37B Mission
Jun 7, 2017 James Drew - Aerospace Daily & Defense Report

From above:

"The ability to launch the Orbital Test Vehicle on multiple
platforms will ensure a robust launch capability for our
experiment designers," Air Force RCO director Randy Walden
said of the Falcon 9 pick. "We are excited about this new
partnership on creating flexible and responsive launch
options and are confident in SpaceX's ability to provide
safe and assured access to space for the X-37B program."

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