US Must Deploy ‘Good Enough Stuff Faster’ to Counteract Chinese Satellite, Space Dominance: Security Analyst

Space Force intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Gregory J. Gagnon says the Chinese regime’s satellite fleet would threaten U.S. forces in the Pacific should a conflict break out.

NTD speaks to retired Army Col. John Mills, a senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy and the author of “The Nation Will Follow,” who outlines the “breathtaking” capabilities of these Chinese satellites, while explaining how the United States can counter them.

Mr. Mills says the United States needs to learn to be more agile, and deploy “good enough” equipment “faster” instead of the old strategy of developing “perfect” equipment that takes far longer to deploy.

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