CNAS Technology and National Security Program Director Paul Scharre talks to CBS News about the latest announcements regarding the potential creation of a separate military service branch, the US Space Force. While there are needs for innovation in space, focusing on the domain over the mission is a critical misstep when it comes to force structure, says Scharre.
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