Australia’s Air Force chief says planning is underway for a new military “space command” amid growing global competition for supremacy in the skies well above earth.
- The space command is likely to be staffed by personnel from the Army, Air Force and Navy
- Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld says Australia is three to four years behind where he wants to be on this project
- It comes as the RAAF prepares to celebrate its centenary with a flyover in Canberra
In an interview to mark the RAAF’s 100th anniversary,…